F. E. Robinson Residence Hall

F. E. Robinson Residence Hall opened in August 2006.  The hall is named for F. E. Robinson, one of Bryan College’s founders and generous donors who served as chairman of the board of trustees for over 25 years.

Providing housing for 120 women, the building is a traditional style hall with bathrooms and lounges on each floor, a computer lab and is wired for residents to have wireless Internet access from their rooms.  Rooms are individually climate-controlled and are equipped with movable, modular furniture.

Meet F. E. Robinson Resident Director Kim Tuttle and her staff here.

Quick Facts about Robinson

Floors: 4—and an elevator! Robinson 4th floor has the best view on campus!

Residence rooms: 60

Students per room: Two women per room

Current Capacity: 120

Room Description: 14' x 16', Cinderblock walls and hardwood laminate floors

Furniture/Amenities: Bed, desk, chair, wardrobe, dresser and sink with medicine cabinet. All rooms have movable furniture.

Community Areas: Lounge (cable tv), kitchen (refrigerator, stove, oven and microwave), laundry room (washers, dryers and ironing board) and limited storage provided for residents. There is also a state of the art computer lab and wireless access for the residence.

Showers per student: About one shower for every four women

Robinson is well-known for: Being called "The Palace", since it is Bryan's newest residence hall. It is often also referred to as "North Hall" due to its northern-most location among Bryan's five residence halls.

Robinson residents' activity of choice: American Idol (this seems to draw the largest group!)

Robinson pastimes: Supporting Bryan College athletic teams! Making lifelong friendships! And there is even some studying that happens outside the classroom!