Roper Hall is a small, tightly knit building housing approximately 50 residents. This community provides an intentional space dedicated to celebrating, exploring, and affirming black student experiences at AU and beyond.
About the Hall
Roper Hall has a traditional residence hall design with fully furnished double and triple occupancy rooms and shared bathrooms. The building has a central lounge space with a kitchen, lounge furniture, and television for students to study or socialize with their community. The building also has a laundry room.
Personalize Your Room
Decorative and additional items can be purchased from the HRL coordinated vendors through our Personalize Your Room webpage. Each room will include the furniture noted on this webpage.
In-hall staff include resident assistants (RAs) and community directors (CDs). Roper's RAs live on each floor, acting as peer educators and helping residents transition to university life and connect to their community. The Roper community has one CD, a professional staff member who supervises RAs to foster a living-learning environment to bridge the academic and residential experience.
- Wi-Fi throughout building
- Cable-ready TV with HDMI cord in lounge area
- Laundry room on first floor
- Community kitchen
Sink with garage disposal
Dining room table and chairs
- Vending machines
- Social area
- Double and triple fully furnished rooms with adjustable beds
- Windows with rollershade blinds
Additional dresser drawers
- Desk, hutch, chair, and bookshelf
- Carpeted floors
- In room Wi-Fi and Ethernet connections
- Cable-ready outlet
The First Year Residential Experience, known as FYRE, is the umbrella community for all students that live on campus during their first-year (Anderson, Centennial, Letts & Roper Halls). Throughout the year, there are a ton of out-of-the classroom programs & opportunities for residents to learn, make connections, engage with campus partners, and have fun.
The Black Affinity Housing provides an intentional residential community dedicated to celebrating, exploring, and affirming black student experiences at AU and beyond. The live-in experience encourages dialogue and community building that is mindful of the diverse social, cultural, and academic needs of Black and multicultural students. Black Affinity Housing will enrich all of campus life by promoting solidarity among students of all backgrounds and identities.
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Where I really find joy in my work is helping to create a strong sense of community in our buildings and on our campus. I want Roper to truly feel like home to our first-year students, a place where students feel like they can be themselves.