H.D. Long Residence Hall

H.D. Long Hall is Bryan's oldest residence facility, opening in January of 1964. Two months later, Huston Hall, Long's sister building opened its doors.  This hall is named for Dr. H. D. Long, member of the board of trustees from 1946 to 1968 and its hard-working chairman from 1955-68.

Long contains 52 residence rooms which are individually climate controlled. Each student room has a sink and is furnished with beds, wardrobes and study desks. Some student rooms are fitted with movable, modular furniture. The building also has a lounge, a kitchen, bathrooms on each floor, a laundry room, storage facilities and a resident director apartment.

Meet H.D. Long Resident Director Matt Williams and his staff here.

Quick Facts about Long

Floors: 4

Residence rooms: 52

Students per room: 47 rooms accommodating two people, four rooms housing one person and two rooms housing three people

Current Capacity: 102

Room Description: 14' x 16', Cinderblock walls and tiled floors

Furniture/Amenities: Bed, desk, chair, wardrobe and sink with medicine cabinet

Community Areas: Lounge (cable tv), kitchen (refrigerator, stove, oven and microwave) and laundry room (washers, dryers and ironing board) all housed on the second floor

Showers per student: About one shower for every four men

H.D. Long is well-known for: Being Bryan's oldest residence hall, housing a wide range of underclassmen and upperclassmen, and the legendary wide hallways where something is always going on

H.D. Long's game(s) of choice: FIFA, NCAA Football, Dominion, Settlers of Catan, Cornhole and Sand Volleyball