Bob Bartlett Hall
Bob Bartlett Hall opened in 1969 as an eight-story hall with the capacity for up to 322 students in single and double occupancy rooms. The hall has a lounge on each floor and a large TV lounge on the ground floor, with a pool table and vending machines.
Bartlett Hall is co-ed and has gender-inclusive housing as well as the Stonewall Learning Communities. Gender-inclusive housing consists of rooms where students can live with any student - regardless of sex, gender, gender identity or expression.
Need help after hours? Call your Resident Assistant on duty at 907-322-7300.
Super-single rooms also available. Super-single room is a double room with a single occupant.
- In room wifi hotspot
- Kitchen (1)
- On-site free laundry (1)
- Furnished lounges (8)
- Live-in staff (8)
- Home to the Stonewall Living Learning Communities
- Renovated 8th floor
By the numbers
- 7 co-ed floors
- 197 rooms
- 322 residents
- Constructed in 1969
Our live-in professional and student staff are here to help our residents prosper in and out of the classroom.
Resident Directors (RD) have a background in student development. They are responsible for promoting a positive residential community, and facilitating large-and small-scale programs to help integrate residents into student life at UAF.
Resident Assistants (RA) have extensive training with student concerns and campus resources. They help organize social and educational programs throughout the year. They are trained in mediation and are available to help resolve any roommate conflicts within the community.