Roberts Hall, Bucknell's oldest residence hall, underwent a $15 million renovation in 2016, which brought back some of its original splendor while meeting modern code and comfort standards.

The building provides housing for 136 students, primarily sophomores, in two-, three- and four-person suites, each with a private bathroom and shower. Bucknell earned LEED® Silver certification for the renovation, which added sustainable design features including energy-efficient windows, low-flow plumbing and room-occupancy sensors.

A new outdoor study and meeting space with benches and café tables also was created in a 100-year-old grove of trees encircled by Roberts, Trax Hall, Kress Hall and the Carnegie Building.

Roberts Hall Amenities

  • Elevator and ADA access
  • Grand entrance and spacious first-floor lounge and study rooms
  • Enlarged porch seating area
  • Basement rec room featuring billiard tables, light fitness area and attached video game/media room
  • New furniture: non-loftable beds, desk, desk chair, dresser and standard wardrobe (Approx. 3' x 2'x 6-½')
  • Four additional lounges with kitchenettes
  • Lounge with tv/roku
  • Air conditioning
  • Outdoor study / meeting space with benches and cafe tables
  • Three possible suite combinations: 2 doubles, a double and a single, and 2 singles.
  • Laminate wood floors in bedrooms
  • Laundry in the basement
  • Coed floors
  • Bike Racks
  • Window screens are not provided by the University