Built in 1928, Cobeen was formerly the LaSalle Hotel. The university purchased the building in 1964, remodeled it in 1965 and dedicated it in 1966. The hall is named for Charles Cobeen, a 1920 Marquette alumnus and longtime student union and university business manager.
Cobeen Hall is an eight-story residence hall ideal for athletic camps and youth groups featuring the following amenities:
- Extra-long twin beds (linens upon request)
- Desks with chair
- Free wireless Internet access
- Community bathrooms with private shower stalls
- Limited number of quads with shared bath
- Common study/meeting room on each floor
- Common space on the second floor
- Common space and kitchenette on lower level
- Parking (nightly rate)
- 24-hour desk service
- Coin-operated laundry
- Vending machines
To inquire about guest housing, dining services and meeting facilities for your summer conference or other program, please contact us.