Nestled in the middle of Old Campus, Barrett is close to academic buildings located on Old and New Campus, as well as the Sadler Center, the Campus Center, Barksdale Field and Colonial Williamsburg.
Residence hall floor plans range from a traditional hall-bath layout, to the more modern cluster or suite-bath layout, and apartment style. William & Mary offers both air-conditioned and non air-conditioned accommodations, although availability varies annually.
Situated next to the Matoaka Woods Nature Center, the Botetourt Complex is comprised of five residence halls—Dinwiddie, Fauquier, Gooch, Nicholson and Spotswood.
The Bryan Complex is comprised of five residence halls each named after former Presidents of the College—Bryan Hall, Camm Hall, Dawson Hall, Madison Hall and Stith Hall.
Centrally located on Old Campus, residents are close to the Sadler Center, the Campus Center and academic buildings.
DuPont is located near the New Campus academic buildings and is close to the Recreational Center and the Dining Commons (the "Caf"). Residents live in double suites on three floors with residents in two rooms sharing one bathroom.
Hardy Hall and Lemon Hall, formerly known as Jamestown North and South, opened the fall of 2006 and are located next to Barksdale Field.
Jefferson's residents enjoy easy access to the academic buildings on Old Campus, the Sunken Garden and the Campus Center which houses the Marketplace dining facility.
Landrum Hall is one of the most centrally located residence halls, situated behind the famous Crim Dell Bridge.
These cottage-style residences enjoy a central campus location and have easy access to the Sadler Center, Zable Stadium, Lodge 1, and academic buildings on Old and New Campus.
Located just off Jamestown Road on Rolfe Road and adjacent to the Mason School of Business. Residents have a short five minute walk to New Campus, while old Campus is a bit further.
Old Dominion is conveniently located across the street from the Sadler Center providing easy access to dining facilities, the post office and the Sadler Center.
The Randolph Complex is located on Ukrop Way across from the Caf and is home to Cabell Hall, Harrison Hall, Page Hall, Nicholas Hall and Pleasants Hall.
Reves Hall is located next to the Campus Center on the corner of South Boundary and Jamestown Roads allowing for easy access to the Marketplace dining facility in the Campus Center as well as the College Bookstore in Colonial Williamsburg. It is connected to the Reves Center for International Studies.
Yates Hall is located close to New Campus academic buildings, the Dining Commons (aka "the Caf"), William & Mary Hall and the Recreational Center.