Martin Ruter Hall
Ruter is a first-year men’s hall on the west side of campus, housing 92 residents and 5 student staff members in two-person rooms with community-style bathrooms.
The hall has laundry facilities and a lounge on the first floor equipped with a TV. Ruter is unique in that it encourages hall pride and unity with its community baths and traditional residence hall format
The university provides each resident in Ruter Hall with:
Ruter Staff (’13-’14)
Kenny Klinglesmith, Head RA
Dickson Wharton, RA
Anthony Wilkins, RA
Simon Gersib, RA
Jordan Curtis, RA
Take a Tour
Take a quick, guided video tour of Martin Ruter Hall with the Southwestern Ambassadors.
Martin Ruter Hall, a residence hall for men, was erected in 1955 in honor of Martin Ruter, a pioneer Methodist missionary and educator. Funds for the building were provided by the Central Texas, Southwest Texas and Texas Annual Conferences of the United Methodist Church.