Phillips Hall, which features a breezeway connecting two wings, houses the administrative offices of the Chancellor and the vice chancellors for Academic Affairs, Administration and Finance, and Student Affairs, as well as Human Resources and the Cashier.
The two entrances into the building are both accessible, one accessing the east wing, and the other the right. They are connected by a breezeway.
The closest accessible parking is in lot P18 on University Heights next to the bus stop and lot P17 between Phillips Hall and Karpen Hall.
Accessible restrooms are in the building's west wing to the right past the stairwell.
Completed in 1961, Phillips Hall and Rhoades Hall (known then as The Administration Building and The Science Building, respectively) were UNC Asheville's first buildings. Phillips Hall originally housed offices, the library, and some classrooms. In 1970, the building was officially named in honor of Robert F. Phillips, a member of the UNC Board of Governors and the Asheville-Biltmore College Board of Trustees.