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    Brown Hall
    Brown is situated at the edge of Colonial Williamsburg. Residents have immediate access to Aroma's (a popular coffee shop), the College Bookstore and the Campus Center.

Welcome to Brown Hall! Brown is situated at the edge of Colonial Williamsburg (CW) at the corner of Prince George and North Boundary Streets. Residents have immediate access to CW, Aroma’s (a popular coffee shop), the College Bookstore and the Campus Center. Popular among students, the Marketplace and the Candy Counter are located in the Campus Center.

Seventy-two freshman residents live in singles, doubles and a quad on three floors. The first floor has two lounges and a large sunroom. Outside of Brown is a side yard which is great for picnics. The duty office , located in Hunt Hall, allows residents access to vacuum cleaners, DVD players, and other amenities.

What is the history behind Brown Hall? It was built in 1930 by the Women’s Missionary Society of the Virginia Methodist Conference with funds donated from Mrs. Edward Brown. The building originally served as a residence for Methodist women students at the College, and it was purchased by the College in 1939.

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For more information about an individual room, click on the room number. Floor plans are provided to demonstrate differences between room types. Individual rooms vary. All dimensions and square footage are approximate and should not be relied upon as representation, express or implied, of your actual assigned room.

Brown 1st Floor

103 108 110 109 107 111 113 112 114

Brown 1st Floor

Brown 2nd Floor

203 209 207 211 213 200 214 210 212 204 210 205 208 206 208b

Brown 2nd Floor

Brown 3rd Floor

303 309 307 311 300 313 314 301 312 305 302 304 310 306 308

Brown 3rd Floor