Brownell Hall is the perfect blend of a traditional-style residence hall and upperclassman housing. In order to be eligible for Brownell, you must have at least 30 credits. Each apartment accommodates either four or six students and provides ample storage space. Additionally, each apartment is equipped with a full bathroom with multiple sinks and a furnished living room area. Separately controlled heating and air conditioning units are in each room of the apartment.
The living room comes with cable and two couches, while in the bedrooms each student is provided with closet space, a three-drawer dresser, bed, mattress, chair and desk. Each bedroom also is equipped with ResNet line for easy internet access. Finally, there are several common area closets and a walk-in pantry room in the apartment to be used for storage.
On the third and fourth floors of the hall there are common area lounges equipped with cable television and a full kitchen with stove. These lounges are open to all residents for use and are often the sights of floor meetings, programs, and other social activities within the building. The second and fourth floors are home to the two pool tables available for use by the residents within the building at no charge. Through the main office, residents are able to borrow pool balls and sticks to be used upstairs.
Brownell Hall DirectorJason Rizk