Facilities Management

Our Facilities

  •  Martin Ruter Residence Hall

    Ruter

    Year Built: 1955
    Total Area: 18,836 sq ft
    Architect: Group Two Architecture

    Named in honor of Martin Ruter, a pioneer Methodist missionary and educator, Martin Ruter Residence Hall is Southwestern’s oldest standing and only all-male residence hall. Central Texas, Southwest Texas, and Texas Annual Conferences of the United Methodist Church provided funds for the building. With its community baths on each floor and traditional residence hall format, this three-story residence hall was designed to encourage hall pride and unity. The first-floor lobby is equipped with a communal lounge and TV. Each room comes with an extra-long twin bed, a desk and chair, a dresser, ample closet and storage space, and a set of bookshelves. The building houses 92 first-year students and 3 student Residential Associates.

    Ernest Clark Residence Hall

    Clark Res Hall

    Year Built: 1961
    Total Area: 22,095 sq ft
    Architect: Page Southerland Page

    Herman Brown Residence Hall

    HB Res Hall

    Year Built: 1966
    Total Area: 23,871 sq ft
    Architect: Page Southerland Page

    Moody Shearn Residence Hall

    MS Res Hall

    Year Built: 1966
    Total Area: 23,871 sq ft
    Architect: Page Southerland Page

    J.E. and L.E. Mabee Residence Hall

    Mabee Res Hall

    Year Built: 1985
    Total Area: 46,000 sq ft
    Architect: Graeber, Simmons, and Cowan, A.I.A. Architects Inc

    The Grogan & Betty Lord Residential Center

    Lords Res Center

    Year Built: 1995
    Total Area: 74,713 sq ft
    Architect: Group Two Architecture

    Brown Cody Residence Hall

    BC Res Hall

    Year Built: 1997
    Total Area: 37,597 sq ft
    Architect: Hastings+Chivetta

    Charline Hamblin McCombs Residential Center

    McCombs Res

    Year Built: 2000
    Total Area: 36,388 sq ft
    Architect: Group Two Architecture

    Dorothy Manning Lord Residential Center

    DLC

    Year Built: 2007
    Total Area: 30,460 sq ft
    Architect: Group Two Architecture

  • Kappa Alpha House

    KA HouseYear Built: 1957
    Sqft: 7,735
    Architect: Cameron Fairchild and Associates

    Phi Delta Theta House

    Phi HouseYear Built: 1957
    Sqft: 8,485
    Architect: Cameron Fairchild and Associates

    Kappa Sigma House

    Sig HouseYear Built: 1965
    Sqft: 4,722
    Architect: Page Southerland Page

    Pi Kappa Alpha House

    PikeYear Built: 1998
    Sqft: 6,666
    Architect: Group Two Architecture

    Sharon Lord Caskey Community Center

    CaskeyYear Built: 1995
    Sqft: 6,300
    Architect: Group Two Architecture