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Monroe Hall

  • Monroe Hall, a four story brick residence hall with classic colonial architecture and dormer windows, surrounded by mature trees and landscaping
    Monroe Hall  Situated near the Sunken Garden, Monroe is convenient to the Sadler Center and the academic buildings of Old Campus. Residents of Monroe also have easy access to Zable Stadium, Colonial Williamsburg and Wawa.  
  • Open lobby area with large windows and seating areas
    Lobby  Welcoming lobby in the renovated Monroe Hall.  
  • Rendering of bedroom with two beds, two desks, decor and an arched window
    Double Room  Double occupancy room in the renovated Monroe Hall.  
  • Rendering of a large study room with seating areas, desks, chairs, collaboration tables and private group study area with a modern decor
    Learning Commons  Study area in the renovated Monroe Hall.  
  • Rendering of a large lounge with kitchen area, peninsula island, seating areas with a couch, chairs, dining table and modern decor
    Lounge  Third floor lounge in the renovated Monroe Hall.  
  • Modern decor room with a wall mounted display, copier/scanner, sink and countertops and multi-tiered re-configurable work tables and chairs
    Project Room  Resident project room in the renovated Monroe Hall.  
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Monroe Hall will be offline during the 2023-24 academic year for renovation.

Welcome to Monroe Hall! Monroe's classical architecture compliments the picturesque Old Campus. Situated near the Sunken Garden, Monroe is convenient to the Sadler Center and old campus academic buildings. Residents of Monroe also have easy access to Zable Stadium, Colonial Williamsburg and Wawa.

One hundred thirty-six freshmen live on three floors which are split into six wings with one men's and women's wing per floor. Lounges and communal kitchens are located on each floor, along with a large attic where many social functions are held each year. The laundry room is on the first floor. Monroe Hall opened in 1924 and was named after W&M alumnus and fifth President of the United States, James Monroe.

  • Coed housing
  • Air-conditioned with thermostats in all bedrooms
  • Communal kitchens
  • Laundry
  • Hall baths
  • Smoke-Free
  • Number of residents: 148
  • Floors: 3 & attic lounge/study area
  • Wireless access
  • Public Phone Locations & Numbers
  • Accessibility
  • Street Address: 226 Richmond Road
Floor Plans

Floor plans are provided to demonstrate differences between room types. Individual rooms vary. If you experience difficulty accessing the content due to a disability, contact us at [[living]].

Level 1

Floor plan of level 1

Levels 2 & 3

Floor plan of levels 2 and 3

Level 4

Floor plan of level 4