Presidents Row is comprised of four buildings. The buildings are Brown, Luján, Dickeson and Bond Halls.
There are four buildings that are part of Presidents Row. Each building was named after a former President of UNC. The four buildings are Brown, Luján, Dickeson and Bond Halls. Interior pictures can be seen at the bottom of the page. The Front Desk for all of the buildings in Presidents Row is Wilson Hall. Students can pick up packages and check out equipment at the Wilson Hall desk.
Brown Hall is home to 34 students and boasts historic charm and state-of-the-art living accommodations. One- and two-person suites share bathroom facilities. Recent renovations feature hardwood floors, air conditioning and ADA accessibility in select rooms. Brown Hall was built in 1930. Additionally, Brown Hall features two community rooms, the Fireside Lounge and Lower Centennial, which are great places to study, watch television on the big screen, meet with the staff who work in the RSVP Office, whose offices are located just off of Lower Centennial. The first floor also has the community kitchen for Presidents Row and laundry facilities are available both on the garden level and the second floor.
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Built in 1936, LujŠn Hall blends historic charm with state-of-the-art living arrangements. The unit reflects an English-Tudor style of architecture and offers one to five-person suites, which share bathroom facilities. All rooms feature hardwood floors and air- conditioning. LujŠn is home to 34 students. Students are housed on three co-ed floors and laundry facilities are located on the garden level.
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Built in 1940 and renovated in 2003, Dickeson Hall offers one to five person suites, which share bathroom facilities. All rooms feature hardwood floors and air conditioning. Dickeson houses 56 students on three co-ed floors and laundry facilities are located on the garden level.
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Our most recently renovated Presidents Row building, Bond Hall houses 51 students on three co-ed floors. Like LujŠn and Dickeson, Bond Hall units reflect an English-Tudor style of architecture and will offer one to six person suites, which share bathroom facilities. All rooms feature hardwood floors and air conditioning.
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Floor plans in the Presidents Row buildings vary significantly by room. The following are pictures of various bedrooms, lavatories and living rooms (please note that only the five-person suites in LujŠn and Dickeson and six-person suites in Bond have a shared living room):
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Interior Pictures of rooms in Presidents Row:
Sample double rooms, single rooms, living rooms, and bathrooms.
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