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James Hall

Building Details

1135 East Street
Grinnell, IA 50112
United States
Date of Construction: 
1915
Offices / Resources: 
Residence Life
Description: 

Rooms

James Hall has 10 singles, 22 doubles and a triple. and houses 57 students.

Floors Singles Doubles Triples
Pit 1 4 0
First 1 5 1
Second 3 8 0
Third 5 5 0

Standard Single

James Hall standard single looking in   James Hall standard single looking out

Standard Double

James Hall standard double looking in   James Hall standard double looking out

Amenities

Lounges

James Hall has three lounges. There are lounges  in the pit, and on the first and third floors. The first floor lounge has a television.

James Hall Lounge

Kitchens

The James kitchen is located in the pit. It is equipped with a stove, an oven, a fridge and a microwave.

Storage

James has a trunk room for storage which is located in the pit.

Laundry

Nearby laundry facilities are located in Main Pit and Loose Pit.

Computer Lab

Nearby computer labs and printers are located in Cleveland and Read.

Recycling

A recycling facility is located on the first floor of James.

Building History: 

Mary B. James, for whom James Hall was named, was a respected and revered schoolteacher in the Grinnell community. James Hall is part of the Quadrangle on South Campus, built in 1915, which was originally home to the female students. Like all Grinnell residence halls, James is now co-ed, and students have named an annual cross-dressing ball in honor of "Mary B. James."   James Hall is one of the three substance free residence halls on campus. 

Building is Substance-Free: 
yes
Building is Gender Neutral: 
yes
Residence Life Coordinator: