Brett Hall

Brett Hall Building


Brett Hall is a traditional residence hall built in 1964. Named after Phillip Milledoler Brett, who has served as both a Trustee of Rutgers University and President of Rutgers from 1930-1932. It is located near “Bishop Beach” at the center of College Ave around 12 other residence halls, and is one of several residence halls to host SAS Honors Program Housing.

  • Type of Residence Hall: Traditional Hall
  • Number of Students: 216
  • Average Room Size: 16x12
  • Availability: Continuing Students, Honors Student
  • Contract Type: Undergraduate Academic Year (Two semesters)
What's Nearby?

Centrally located on College Avenue Campus, placing it adjacent to University services including: College Avenue Gym, Alexander Library, Brower Commons Dining Hall, Rutgers Student Center, Health Services, and academic buildings. A few shorts blocks to downtown New Brunswick and Easton Avenue.

Features & Amenities

  • Air conditioning (lounges only)
  • Vending machines
  • Wifi throughout the building
  • Laundry facility
  • Building main lounge
  • Building study lounge
  • Floor lounges
  • Pool table, ping pong table
  • Communal kitchen (with stove top and oven) (one in the building)
  • Communal microwave, refrigerator, sink
  • Communal bathroom (separated by gender)
  • Elevator

What's included in my space?

What’s included in my room?

  • Twin extra long bed and mattress
  • Closet space
  • Dresser
  • Desk
  • Chair
  • Microfridge
  • Blinds or curtains
  • Wifi in bedrooms
  • Linoleum flooring

Room Photos

Brett Hall Bathroom Brett Floor Lounge Brett Communal Kitchen Brett Hall Laundry Brett Hall Main Lounge Brett Hall Study Room

Floor Plans

Contact and Location