Robertson Hall is named after former college board chairman Reuben B. Robertson. Robertson served as President and Chairman of the Board of Campion Paper & Fiber Company in Canton. Robertson is credited as the first person in the paper industry to start a "tree farm" program for paper mills - treating trees like any other farm product. He was named "Man of the South" for the 1950s being cited for his leadership in the field of human relations, forest conservation and exponent of American free enterprise.
Who Lives Here: All classifications of students - Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate.
Number of residents: 82
Number of floors: 3
Room Types: Double occupancy efficiency style apartments.
Bathroom: Located within the room.
Gender: Single gender rooms with men and women living on the same floor.
Laundry room: first floor.
Kitchen: located in the room.
Study Lounge: None.
Location on campus: Uppercampus / "The Hill"
Parking: Reynolds - Robertson Lot (Lot 52) and Old Water Tower Lot (Lot 51) immediately adjacent to the building. (Provided for informational purposes only. On-campus parking requires the purchase of a permit and eligibility to park in various lots is determined by the type of permit for which a student is eligible. In addition, purchase of a permit does not guarantee parking in any particular parking spot or lot.)
Double rooms in Robertson Hall have a bathroom and a kitchenette in the room. Note that there are two sets of furniture in the room - one set for each resident.
Approximatley 15' x 23'
Approximately 275 square feet
Full size refrigerator
Cable Television Jack (1 per room)
Ethernet Port (2 per room)
Built in Closet
XL Loftable bed (2 per room)
XL Twin Mattress (2 per room)
Desk (2 per room)
Desk Chair (2 per room)
Chest of Drawers (2 per room)
All residence halls at Western Carolina University feature the following amenities: