Hollins University is located in Roanoke, which features a vibrant downtown, lively arts and culture, and an array of festivals and other special events throughout the year. There are nine residence halls on campus. The first-years live in Tinker and Randolph campus, the Sophomores and juniors generally live in the West, and primarily seniors live in Main or the university apartments across the street from campus. In its 56000 sq ft, Wyndham Robertson Library houses books, periodicals, and more than 14,000 volumes of children’s literature from the Francelia Butler Collection. The Eleanor Wilson Museum features the work of renowned, emerging, and regional artists. It presents exhibitions in a wide variety of media and genres.