Named after George Washington, whose major donation to Liberty Hall Academy in 1796 enabled the fledging school to survive, this room offers a queen bed, sitting chairs, a large closet, and a private bathroom. It also overlooks the front courtyard garden and adjoins the second-floor sitting room.
Named after Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, a professor of military tactics at VMI from 1851 until the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861, this finely appointed room features two mahogany twin beds, Audubon prints, and a large attached bathroom.
Named after George C. Marshall, a graduate of VMI who became the Secretary of State during World War II, this large room features a queen-size bed and a private bathroom with a whirlpool bathtub. It adjoins the second-floor sitting room.
Named after the beloved Robert E. Lee, who, after commanding the Army of Northern Virginia in the Civil War, became the President of Washington College until his death in 1870, this room offers a queen bed and a private bathroom.
Named after President Woodrow Wilson, who was born in Staunton, Virginia, just 35 miles north of Lexington, this room offers a king bed, a small sitting area, a private bath, and wonderful morning light.