This three story structure was built in 1914 and was a gift to Randolph-Macon from John P. Branch. Thomas Branch has recently been renovated and reopened in 2004. The second and third stories of Thomas Branch hold the Brock Residence Hall, which is named for Macon and Joan Brock. The Brock Residence Hall houses students partipating in the Wellness Environment for Living and Learning (W.E.L.L.). The W.E.L.L. is one of the living and learning environments Randolph-Macon has to offer. The residence hall spaces feature air conditioning, telephone, cable, and Internet access. The average room size is 12 feet by 14 feet.
The W.E.L.L. community will concentrate on two important and compatible, living options for students: (1) Healthy Living-an environment free of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs (substance free), and (2) Academic Success-an environment which promotes a quiet atmosphere focused on academic pursuits. The W.E.L.L. focused environments will be housed in the Brock Residence Hall in Thomas Branch and work on programmatic and educational outlets while leading a lifestyle of Healthy Living and Academic Success.
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