Robertshaw Hall was constructed on campus in 1989. This $2.5 million, 23,142 square-foot, three-story building features 50 rooms for 100 students. Some of its rooms provide handicap access.
This residence hall offers a semi-traditional style of college living with each room accommodating two students. An adjoining bathroom is shared among four students. The rooms are furnished and include mini-refrigerators, microwaves, cable service, Internet ports for each resident, and free local telephone service. In addition to laundry facilities, Robertshaw Hall provides several study lounges, a TV lounge, and a game room with a pool table and ping-pong table for student use.
Centrally located and close to campus facilities, Robertshaw Hall provides a commanding view of Pitt-Greensburg’s beautiful campus.
It is named in memory of John A. and Emma R. Robertshaw and their family.
Did you know . . . Robertshaw Hall was the first residence hall to be constructed on campus?