Flanked on either side by Hardin and Sexton, James Hall is appropriately a central hub of Centenary's residence life. This large hall with a welcoming front porch can house nearly 200 students in two connected buildings: James Proper and James Annex.
James Main Lounge is the biggest residence hall lobby on campus and serves as a common meeting place for many informal study groups and sponsored student activities. James is also the home of the World House for Social Justice, three of Centenary's Living Learning Communities, and the Residence Hall Association (RHA) office.
James is close to Jones-Rice Intramural Field, the Student Union Building (the SUB), and the Caf - check it out on the campus map!
Fast Facts about James
|Room Style||Two-room suites housing four students|
|Bathroom||One residential-style bathroom per suite|
James Proper bedroom floor space: approximately 17'9" x 12'6". Window space: approximately 5'8" x 5'11".
James Annex bedroom floor space: approximately 17'8" x 10'1". Window space: approximately 3'6" x 5'9".
|Room Amenities||Cable TV hookup, wired and wifi internet|
|Hall Amenities||Main Lounge with TV and DVD player, study area, computer lab, vending machines, kitchen, laundry room with no-cost machines|
|Experiential Learning||James is home to the World House for Social Justice and three Living Learning Communities: Le Quartier Français, Node, and Santé|