3/29/2017 Christopher M. Raab

A Decade of College Row

This magazine article is part of Winter 2017/Issue 88
  • history lesson college row copy Image Credit: F&M Archives and Special Collections

In the spring of 2007, College Row was nearing completion on the north side of Harrisburg Avenue. Combining street-level retail space with apartment-style housing for 400 students, the new structures were designed to encourage juniors and seniors to live on campus. Before the construction of College Row, nearly two-thirds of upper-class students lived in private housing in the surrounding College Avenue and West James Street neighborhoods. To increase student safety and enhance social interaction on campus, administrators combined College Row with the newly developed College House system to transform F&M into the four-year residential campus we know today.

  • The intersection of Harrisburg Avenue and Williamson Parking Lot as seen in the 1980s. The intersection of Harrisburg Avenue and Williamson Parking Lot as seen in the 1980s. Image Credit: F&M Archives and Special Collections
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