Bell Hall

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Bell Building

Acquired by the College: 1999

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Located at 109 Cary Steet off Jamestown Road, the Bell Hall was once a hospital. It was acquired by the College of William and Mary in 1999 to act as temporary housing for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture while Swem Library was being renovated. In 2006, the building was used by the Psychology Department for their EEG Lab. Psychology faculty offices moved to Tyler Hall in 2009. Bell Hall currently houses the Office of Human Resources.


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