Hopper Hall is a 513 bed suite-style residence hall and our largest traditional residence hall building on main campus. Hopper houses upperclassmen. There are 13 highly trained Resident Assistants to make your VSU experience one of the best. Hopper has a center-front position on main campus and houses the university's main offices such as a state-of-the-art residential dining facility, the campus mail center, the Dean of Students and Student Life Offices, VSU's radio station (WVVS), and VSU's newspaper (The Spectator). The building's centralized front desk is staffed 24/7.
The original facility, dedicated in November 1966, was named in honor of Annie Powe Hopper, who served as dean of women from 1923-1943. The two-story facility was constructed at a cost of $705,391 and housed 200 women.