Living in the Village

Quick Facts About The Village

During the 2006-2007 academic year, Phase I of the apartment-style housing program ushered in a new era in student residential life at the college. With the completion of the Michael S. Brown Village Center in the fall of 2011, the Village now houses 428 students and can accommodate all members of the senior class.

All seniors have an apartment option at no extra charge.

Ron Smith of McMillan Smith and Partners is the architect of the village. Rick Webel of Innocenti and Webel in New York is the landscape architect.

The Michael S. Brown Village Center houses 80 students 4BR apartments located on the top two floors of the building.

On the ground floor of the Michael S. Brown Village Center there are meeting and office spaces that house the Mungo Center for Professional Excellence and the staff members who oversee it. The ground floor is also home to several classrooms, where more than a third of the student body has classes. 

The Michael S. Brown Village Center also brings new dining options to the Village with the inclusion of a well-stocked market and a cafe style eatery that serves salads, sandwiches, pasta and more. Both are open late and allow students to pay for purchases with Terrier Bucks.