Honors Humanities students live in two neighboring dorms, Anne Arundel Hall and Queen Anne's Hall. Both dorms are conveniently located behind McKeldin library, providing quick access to the mall, South Campus dining hall, the Student Union, and most academic buildings. Room styles include singles, doubles, and triples. Each building is wheelchair accessible, and both have several rooms equipped and accessible for persons with disabilities. Honors Humanities is committed to making the residence halls welcoming spaces. Each person, including LGBTQ community members, persons with disabilities, and students with religious housing needs, has a rightful place in our community. To the best of our ability, we will work with you to meet your housing needs. To read more about LGBTQ campus housing resources, visit the Reslife LGBTQ Housing website, email Honors Humanities, or confidentially contact reslife directly by emailing Michelle McCubbin at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to discuss with us how we can best meet your housing needs, please email us at email@example.com.
- Most academic buildings and libraries are less than a 5-minute walk away.
- Lounge and study space on each residence hall floor.
- A charming community lounge space in the Anne Arundel Hall cupola.
- Air conditioning available year round.
- Wired and wireless internet access in each room. Dorm rooms include data jacks and cable connections.
- Baby grand piano in the Anne Arundel ground floor lounge.
- Video projector and sound system in study rooms, as well as the ground floor lounge.
- A cozy student library on the first floor of each building.
- 24-hour access to the kitchen in each building.
- Exterior barbeque grill.
- Microwaves on every floor.
- Package pick-up facilities located in Queen Anne's Hall.
- Living-Learning Program offices located on the ground level of Anne Arundel Hall.
- Shuttle UM stop located right outside the buildings. Free shuttles include the campus connector, the grocery shopping shuttle, and the Prince George's Plaza shuttle, among others.
Anne Arundel Hall and Queen Anne's Hall are conveniently located in the humanities heart of the University of Maryland's campus. They are directly across the street from Tawes Hall, the home of the English Department, as well as the Art-Sociology building, the home of the campus art library. Located behind McKeldin library, the dorms share easy access to McKeldin Mall's buildings, which house both humanities and STEM programs. They are also a five minute walk to the Stamp Student Union as well as the South Campus Dining Hall.
If you would like to schedule a visit Honors Humanities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about housing at UMD, visit the Resident Life Home Page.