Located in the center of campus near the Quad and Commons Dining Hall, this historic facility is a traditional, coed residence hall. As one of the Residential College halls, Brogdon offers residents a chance to live and learn together by coenrolling them in certain core classes.
IMPORTANT: Acceptance to the Residential College Program is required in order to live in Brogdon Hall. Visit our Residential College site for more information and details about how to apply.
History of Brogdon
Brogdon Hall opened in 1951 and is named for Mary C. Brogdon, the college’s first Dean of Women. Serving for twenty-six years as the Dean, Brogdon oversaw the affairs of women on campus, taught English courses and orientation to freshmen. Retiring in 1949, Brogdon received numerous accolades, including the dedication of the Pedagog.
|Hall Details and Amenities||Room Details|
|119 Residential College students||ethernet connections||desks (2)|
|four floors||kitchen facilities with microwave||desk chairs (2)|
|air conditioned||tv and study lounges||extra-long twin beds (2)|
|24-hour visitation||laundry room||dressers (2)|
|vending machines||night stands (2)|
|elevator||lofting kit provided|
|floor plans||window size: 54x63|
|room size: 10x14*|
*Due to the uniqueness of all of our residence hall rooms, the sample dimensions given are not uniform for every room. Room sizes and layouts may vary.