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Andrews Hall

Andrews Hall

Andrews is the only place on campus that I can call 'home.' Everyone decorates his/her rooms in different ways, so each room is individual. I always know that there is someone to hang our with late at night.

Built in 1947, Andrews Hall is named in honor of Elisha Benjamin Andrews, president of Brown University from 1889 to 1898. Andrews is nestled between Miller and Metcalf and is divided into two halves, East (even numbered rooms) and West (odd numbered rooms), each of which is serviced by an elevator.

Andrews Hall contains several first-year units surrounding three floors of upper-class singles. The rooms are large and pleasant, and each has a sink with a medicine chest. A formal dining room is located on the first floor. Once used for daily meals, this dining room is now only used for special occasions and events.

Residence Hall Features

  • Communal baths are located on each floor.
  • Two communal kitchens with microwaves, ranges, and refrigerators are on each floor.
  • Two communal lounges located on each floor.
  • Trash and recycling facilities located on each floor.
  • Laundry room located on the first floor of West Andrews
  • Elevator located in building.

Residence Hall Rooms

  • Singles: 17
  • Doubles: 125

Items Provided in Room

  • A bed (11.5 inches clearance from the floor) with twin extralong mattress and pillow
  • A desk and chair
  • A bookcase
  • A dresser
  • A built-in closet
  • A wastebasket
  • A recycling bin (shared between roommates)
  • General room lighting
  • Sink with mirror
  • Please see the New Student FAQ for suggestions on items to bring and not to bring.