Jones offers housing for upper-class students on the second and third floors. The first floor is home to the Center for Community Engagement, a Conference Room, and Overnight Suite accommodations for Wesleyan guests. Any community housed in Jones has been independent and energetic. Jones Hall was constructed in 1959 as a suite - style residence hall with extensive cosmetic changes in the summer of 1999. The building is situated on a hill beside Foster Lake.
Jones Hall includes 36 rooms and can house 68 women comfortably. Every room is wired for high-speed internet access and cable service. Wireless is available throughout the building. There is a printer located on each floor for student use.
Other Residence Hall Options:
First Year Residence Halls-Banks Hall, Wortham Hall
Upperclassman Residence Halls-Hightower Hall, Persons Hall
Upperclassman Apartment Buildings-Elizabeth Turner Corn Hall and Ernest and Pauline
Jones Hall is named in honor of C. Baxter and Carolyn Cater Jones. Mrs. Jones is a graduate of Wesleyan (Class of 1917), and Mr. Jones rendered valuable services as a trustee and college attorney over many years.