Bell Hall

Bell Hall

Bell reflects a corridor design with double occupancy rooms and community baths located on each floor. Each community bath is cleaned by housekeeping staff on a regular basis.

Bell Hall also has a kitchen facility with microwave oven, vending services, carpeted study lounge, TV lounge, and laundry facilities. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the entire building. 

Bell Hall will be used for summer housing for students enrolled in summer classes.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Bell Hall has:

  • Two XL twin beds with innerspring mattresses (beds are bunkable and height adjustable; underneath clearance: 5" to 28")
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two free standing wardrobes
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent/LED lighting 
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Cooling/Heating Instructions

  • This building will automatically switch between heating and cooling based on the outside air temperature. The outside temperature will need to be in the mid to low 50s for this change to occur. With this building, it is possible for the heat to be on at night and for cooling to be on during the day.
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 11'6" x 15'4"
  • Window Size:6'1" x 4'1"
  • Ceiling Height: 8'3"
 

History

Bell Hall was constructed in 1982 and was named for Francis Bell Jr., former rector of the JMU Board of Visitors.

Please note that rooms seen in these 360 views do not represent all available spaces on campus. Rooms within the building can vary in size and set-up. Room dimensions are not available for individual rooms. You can find information about furniture included in each room in our Room Contents Key.


Hillside Hall

Hillside Hall

Hillside reflects a corridor design with community baths located on each floor. Each community bath is cleaned by housekeeping staff on a regular basis.

Hillside Hall also has a kitchen facility with microwave oven, vending services, study lounges, TV lounge, and laundry facilities. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the entire building. 

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Hillside Hall has:

  • Two XL twin beds with innerspring mattresses (beds are bunkable and height adjustable; underneath clearance: 5" to 28")
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two free standing wardrobes
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent/LED lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Cooling/Heating Instructions

  • This building will automatically switch between heating and cooling based on the outside air temperature. The outside temperature will need to be in the mid to low 50s for this change to occur. With this building, it is possible for the heat to be on at night and for cooling to be on during the day.
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Type: Double
  • Room Size: 11'6" x 15'4"
  • Window Size:6'1" x 4'1"
  • Ceiling Height: 8'3"
 

History

Hillside Hall was completed in 1987 and is named for its location on Hillside field.


McGraw-Long Hall

McGraw-Long Hall

McGraw-Long reflects a corridor design with community baths located on each floor. Each community bath is cleaned by housekeeping staff on a regular basis.

McGraw-Long Hall also has a kitchen facility with microwave oven, vending services, study lounges, TV lounge, and laundry facilities. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the entire building. 

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in McGraw-Long Hall has:

  • Two XL twin beds with innerspring mattresses (beds are bunkable and height adjustable; underneath clearance: 5" to 28")
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two free standing wardrobes
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent/LED lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Cooling/Heating Instructions

  • This building will automatically switch between heating and cooling based on the outside air temperature. The outside temperature will need to be in the mid to low 50s for this change to occur. With this building, it is possible for the heat to be on at night and for cooling to be on during the day.
 

Room Specs for a Typical Room

  • Room Size: 11'6" x 15'4"
  • Window Size:6'1" x 4'1"
  • Ceiling Height: 8'3"
 

History

McGraw-Long, completed in 1984, was named for Walter J. McGraw, former rector of the Board of Visitors, and Nellie L. Long, an alumna and former member of the Board of Visitors.

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