Loose Hall has 3 lounges. The main lounge is located on the first floor and has a piano, a television, and a DVD player.
Loose Hall has five kitchens. There is a kitchen on every floor, and there are two on Loose first. The kitchens are equipped with a stove, an ove, a microwave and a fridge.
Loose Hall has a trunk room located in the south side of the pit.
Loose Hall has a laundry facility in the basement which has several washers and dryers.
A computer lab with printing facilities is located on the first floor of Read, the residence hall right next to Loose.
Loose Hall was dedicated to two Iowans, Francelia Spitzer Loose, a schoolteacher, and her physician husband, Dr. David N. Loose, although neither were alumni of Grinnell. Loose Hall was one of the first residence halls on campus to have co-ed floors after coeducational living was adopted in 1968 and is the largest South Campus residence hall.