Eagle Village is a pedestrian-friendly residential and retail mixed-use village for townspeople, students and faculty to shop, live, work and enjoy entertaining facilities, all within a sustainable “green” urban setting.
The Anderson Center, is a two-story facility designed to provide seating for more than 2,700 people for convocation events and approximately 2,000 spectators for athletic events. Opened Fall 2011, the center is named for President Emeritus William M. Anderson Jr., who dedicated 23 years to UMW. The facility will accommodate larger audiences for university events and will provide an inclement weather location for the many outdoor programs planned throughout the academic year.
Monroe Hall has reopened for Fall 2011 after a major renovation.
UMW Dahlgren Campus, slated to open in 2012, will serve as an anchor for development of educational and research partnerships between NSF Dahlgren, the business community and state higher education institutions.