Welcome to Lemon Hall! Lemon Hall was named after an enslaved man owned by William & Mary in the late 18th century. He is the person for whom our Lemon Project is named; this is a university initiative launched by the Board of Visitors in 2009 to explore William & Mary's part in slavery and segregation and our current efforts to overcome that legacy.
This building opened in the fall of 2006. Rooms in these buildings range from singles to doubles, suites, and cluster arrangements on four floors. Residents enjoy the multiple reading rooms, game rooms, and lounges throughout the buildings. The duty office is in Lemon Hall, and both buildings have a laundry facility. Located next to Barksdale Field, Lemon Hall faces Jamestown Road.
- Co-ed housing
- Communal kitchens and lounges on every floor
- Laundry on the first floor
- Floors: 4
- Bathroom: single-use hall/suite
- Wireless Internet access
- Individual room-controlled heating and air conditioning
- Public Phone Locations & Numbers
- Street Address: 700 Landrum Drive