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Facilities & Directions

Robertson Center

The Robertson Center is the home to Southwestern basketball and volleyball. Originally built and dedicated as the Sid W. Richardson Physical Education Center in September of 1976, the building was renamed in 1996 for Corbin J. Robertson.

The Robertson Center provides more than 95,000 square-feet of comprehensive recreational and athletic facilities. It also houses the competition gym where the men’s and women’s basketball teams and volleyball teams compete, a practice gym, weight room, indoor track/workout facility, athlete and public locker rooms and the Wazel Natatorium.

The CJR also holds a state-of-the-art athletic training room where four full-time athletic trainers reside. Additionally, the center is home to offices for the Kinesiology Department, Intercollegiate Athletics Department and offices for Health Services, Counseling Services, Athletic Training and Intramural and Recreational Activities.

During the summer, the Robertson Center is holds numerous basketball, volleyball and swimming and diving camps welcome more than 10,000 athletes from the state. Along with vaiours summer camps, a number of select basketball and volleyball tournaments are held on campus each June and July.


Directions to the Robertson Center

From Interstate Highway 35: Take Exit 261 (Georgetown). Follow Texas Highway 29 east into Georgetown, approximately 1.5 miles. Turn left at Southwestern Blvd.

From State Highway 130 (Tollway): Take Exit 415 (Georgetown). Follow Texas Highway 29 west into Georgetown, approximately 2.4 miles. Turn right at the Maple Street stoplight, the last street before the train tracks.

Parking is available along Southwestern Boulevard. For all athletic events at the Corbin J. Robertson Center. For ADA parking, turn left at Taylor Rd. There is an ADA Parking Space and ADA Van Parking Space on the southeast side of the Robertson Center, near the building. The Center's two accessible entrances are just short distance on the southwest side of the building.