A typical double-occupancy room in Robinson and Falconio halls

St. Bonaventure University

Robinson & Falconio Halls

Robinson (Rob) Hall and Falconio (Fal) Hall are facing three-story mirror images of each other separated by a common courtyard. They are situated in the center of campus, just steps from the Sandra A. and William L. Richter Center, the university's fitness center; Reilly Center, where our Bonnies take on rivals on Bob Lanier Court; and the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts.

Photo: Students in the Rob-Fal courtyard, with the Richter fitness center in the background.

Robinson Hall houses approximately 175 students, while Falconio is home to about 190 students. Both are freshman-only halls and both are coed, with male and female students on the same floor and separate bathrooms. The university's Office of Safety & Security is located on the first floor of Robinson.


This is a room layout.

Rob-Fal Fast Facts:

  • Rooms are approximately 17'4"-by-10'10"
  • Nine RAs provide supervision and guidance
  • Falconio has a live-in professional staff member
  • Three ministers-in-residence call Rob-Fal home


  • Free laundry facilities in each building
  • Wireless internet
  • Each has a kitchen and dining area with a big-screen TV located on the first floor
  • Each student provided a bed, desk, chair and closet or wardrobe


A first-floor lounge in Falconio Hall