Roberson Hall

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Roberson Hall was completed in 2002 and had a capacity of sixty-four female students.

The residence hall was funded and named for Dr. Marshall Hoke Roberson and in honor of Georgia T. Roberson of Anderson, South Carolina. Roberson Hall is located close to campus, just behind the Foster Education Building and adjacent to Self Hall.

The rooms in this residence hall are suite-style, with two rooms adjoined by a shared bathroom. This residence hall has a large furnished common area, study area, and laundry facilities.

Roberson Hall has two room styles: a square room layout that measures 15 x 9 feet and a rectangular room layout that measures 20 x 7 feet. The rooms have extra-long twin mattresses and have 33 inches in the long rooms and 36-inch blinds in the square rooms.

Like all female residence halls, this residence hall has magnetic locks on the exterior doors with prop alarms for the safety of the residents. The rooms come equipped with a sink, two desks, two beds, two closets, and two dressers.

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