Blanton-Nason-Brewer Hall

Blanton-Nason-Brewer Halls

Overview

Affectionately know as BNB, Blanton-Nason-Brewer Hall combines history and functionality in a residence hall where community life is big. Blanton and Nason were the first residence halls built on campus in 1948. A decade later, Brewer was added completing the building’s “U” shape. Residents can relax in the comfortable corner lounges on each floor or take advantage of a sunny day and play outdoor games in BNB’s large courtyard

Layout: Semi-suite style housing with single, double, and triple rooms
Capacity: 330
Floors: 3
Communities: Sorority housing, Pre-Med Living Learning Community, Service Learning Living Learning Community, and Sustainability Living Learning Community
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Public Amenities

  • Wi-Fi, wired Internet, and cable access
  • Kitchens on each floor
  • Community lounges on each floor
  • Study lounges on each floor
  • Computer stations
  • Laundry facilities on each floor
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What’s Nearby

A convenience store is one building to the south in Dobson Hall, and a cafeteria is one building to the north in Missouri Hall. Close to Violette Hall, Kirk Building,  McKinney Center (Disability Services, Student Health Center, University Counseling Center), the Quad, Pickler Memorial Library, and the Ophelia Parrish Building.

Location