Providing convenient, affordable housing to students is a priority for Brooklyn Law School. We own and operate ten student residences, including Feil Hall, our magnificent new high-rise building that houses approximately 360 students. The Law School is proud to offer housing to one-third of our student body, and to guarantee housing to all of our first-year students. Please help us reach our goal of offering quality, affordable housing to our entire student body.
We welcome your gifts at all levels. A variety of naming opportunities are available for leadership gifts.
So Many Ways to Give
A gift to the Residence Hall Fund may be recognized in many different ways. Your generosity can honor a special person in your life, celebrate a lifetime achievement, honor a family legacy, or ensure a lasting tribute by providing for the Law School as part of your estate plan. A variety of giving opportunities are listed below, all of which can provide support for the Residence Hall Fund.
The Honor Roll of Donors
The Donor Wall in the lobby of Feil Hall prominently displays the names of generous donors who contribute to the Residence Hall Fund.
Name the Feil Hall Lobby
Your donation underwrites the furniture and equipment in the entrance lobby and, in recognition of this gift, the lobby will be given the name you designate.
Name a Feil Hall Floor
Your donation creates a named floor in Feil Hall. A plaque will commemorate your gift.
Name a Feil Hall Apartment
Your donation establishes a named apartment in Feil Hall. A plaque will commemorate your gift.
Name an Historic District Building
In addition to Feil Hall, the Law School owns nine buildings in the beautiful Brooklyn Heights historic area that are used to provide affordable housing to our students. Two of our buildings have already been named. Your gift will name one of the remaining buildings in this landmark district.
If you would like more information or want to make a contribution to the Residence Hall Fund, please call Jean Smith, Director of Development at 718-780-0638.