Cocke Hall is an academic building on The Lawn at the University of Virginia. One of three buildings, along with Cabell Hall (now Old Cabell Hall) and Rouss Hall, designed by Stanford White of McKim, Mead, and White to replace classroom space lost by the destruction of the Rotunda Annex in 1895, Cocke Hall was named after John Hartwell Cocke, a member of the University's original Board of Visitors. Completed in 1898, it originally housed the University's Mechanical Laboratory, and now houses the Classics and Philosophy Departments.
Cocke Hall is located on the south end of The Lawn, where it sits on the west side of a quadrangle formed with Old Cabell Hall and Rouss Hall. It faces the statue of Homer, and its rear façade overlooks the McIntire Amphitheatre.