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Pembroke Hall is a traditional style residence hall for first-year men at Belmont University. Located on North Lawn, near the academic center of campus and the Belmont Mansion, Pembroke Hall is the fourth oldest building on Belmont’s campus, housing its first residents in 1913. Pembroke Hall is three stories tall and houses approximately 128 residents.
Most rooms in Pembroke house two students, while a small number of rooms are reserved for a single student. Some corner rooms in the building are capable of housing three students. There is one community bathroom on each floor. Each room has a cable hook-up and high-speed Internet access for each student. All rooms also have a sink, mirror, and two closets. Each resident is provided a bed with mattress, a dresser, a desk, and a chair. The laundry facility is located in the basement and consists of 8 washers and 8 dryers. Coins are not necessary to operate the laundry machines, as a one-time fee is assessed to each student to cover the cost of laundry. A check-in desk is located in the 1st Floor Lobby for Pembroke residents to sign in guests during visitation hours. A mailroom is also located in the lobby, as well as a big screen television, surround sound, and couches.
Pembroke has five Resident Assistants (RAs). One RA is assigned to 1st Floor, and two RAs are located on both the 2nd and 3rd Floors. RAs are available to provide peer guidance, develop community building activities and floor programs, and serve as a resource to students. RAs report to the Residence Director (RD). The RD is a full-time, live-in employee of Belmont University. The RD has a Bachelors degree, and in some cases, a Masters degree. The RD is responsible for the administrative details of the building, including maintenance requests, discipline, supervising the RAs, and serving as a resource for students. The RD Office is located off of the 1st Floor Lobby, and the RD apartment is also located on the 1st Floor.