Robert House

Inside Robert House
Joseph T. Robert House, built in 1916, is a three-story residential building that houses 40 students in single occupancy rooms. Robert House was the home of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. while he attended Morehouse College. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors with grade point averages exceeding 3.0 may reside in this single room residential house. Robert Hall is located on the main campus, near Chivers Dining Hall and the campus promenade.

Joseph Thomas Robert was a physician, preacher, and professor who became the first president of Augusta Institute, which became Morehouse College. He continued to lead the institution during its move to Atlanta and transition to Atlanta Baptist Seminary.

Living room in Robert House