Patterson Hall is named after Albert L. Patterson. Albert Patterson, father of Governor John Patterson (1959-1963), served as an Alabama state senator from 1947 – 1951. He served briefly as the Attorney General of Alabama before being assassinated in Phenix City, Alabama, on June 18, 1954.
Patterson Hall is a suite-style residence hall for students who have earned at least 24 semester credits and have at least a 3.0 GPA.
New transfer students that are applying for housing for the Fall semester, should apply by March 1st. Priority in assignments is based on each student's cumulative grade point average, credit hours earned and date that the Housing application is submitted.
Constructed: 1961 (Renovated in 2011)
Classification: Coed (single gender by room)
Type: Rooms with private bathrooms and kitchenettes
Location: Center of campus, near Wallace Hall and the cafeteria
Occupancy: 50 (Two students per room)
Number of Floors: 2
Spacious two-person rooms with separate sleeping areas
Full kitchen with refrigerator and stove
Bathroom with tub in each room
Reserved for residents with at least a 3.0 GPA
Multiprupose study and activity space
Tiger Bucks-operated washers and dyers