University Housing

Brumby Hall

DESCRIPTION

Brumby Hall re-opens for fall 2020, featuring a complete interior renovation, including student rooms, community bathrooms, main floor, lobby and study spaces. Updates are based on the overwhelmingly positive reaction to the Russell Hall renovation, such as freestanding furniture in rooms, more programmatic spaces and in-room temperature control. The spirit of Brumby will be kept alive through features that have made it a perennially popular hall: the sense of community fostered in high-rise living and the iconic rotunda, which provides a gathering space for students. A complete update of mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, as well as exterior maintenance and repair complete the project. Originally constructed in 1966, Brumby Hall houses first-year students in double-occupancy rooms with community bathrooms. All residence halls have secure two-factor building access, WiFi and Ethernet internet access, laundry rooms, study lounges, community kitchens and access to a 24-hour desk.


Floors: 9 | Elevator: Yes | Capacity: 940 | Gender: Coed | Mattress: 80" x 36" extra-long twin


Visitation: Restricted

Open For Breaks: No

Bus Stops: WCS

Parking Lot: W08, W09, W10

Community Office: Creswell Hall
brumsec@uga.edu
706-542-8344


24-Hour Desk: Brumby Hall
706-542-8344


Mailing Address: Brumby Hall, Room Number
615 Baxter Street
Athens, Ga 30609-4000


RATES

ResidenceCommunityFallSpringRoom Type
Brumby HallBrumby Community$2,997$2,997Double with community bath
Brumby HallBrumby Community$3,359$3,359Double with bath

Rates have been approved by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents.

* Denotes roommate option

ResidenceCommunityFallSpringRoom Type
Brumby HallBrumby Community$3,056$3,056Double with community bath
Brumby HallBrumby Community$3,425$3,425Double with bath

Rates have been approved by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents.

* Denotes roommate option


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