Welcome to Hardy Hall (formerly known as Jamestown North). This building was renamed in the spring of 2016 in memory of African Americans important to W&Ms past. Hardy Hall was named after the late Carroll Hardy, the longtime Student Affairs administrator who was affectionately known on campus as “Dean Hardy.” For over 15 years Dean Hardy worked tirelessly to increase the diversity of our student body through six summer enrichment programs for students in grades 8 to 12, by establishing the National Black Student Leadership Development Conference for college students, through the creation and nurture of 15 multicultural student organizations, and by founding the Hulon Willis Association, a W&M organization devoted to African-American alumni. By any measure, Carroll Hardy was a trailblazer at William & Mary. In 2012 she was elected an honorary alumna of the College.
This building opened the fall of 2006. Rooms in these buildings range from singles, doubles, suites, and cluster arrangements on four floors. Residents enjoy the multiple reading rooms, the game room and lounges located throughout the buildings. The duty office is located in Lemon Hall and both buildings have a laundry facility. Hardy Hall is home to two soundproof practice rooms furnished with pianos. Located next to Barksdale Field, Hardy Hall faces Landrum Drive. Hardy houses the Mosaic House and Lemon houses the Eco-House, both Living Learning communities.
- Co-ed housing
- Communal kitchens and lounges on every floor
- Laundry on first floor
- Floors: 4
- Bathroom: hall/suite
- Wireless Internet access
- Individual room-controlled heating and air conditioning
- Public Phone Locations & Numbers
- Street Address: 700 Landrum Drive