Kershaw is one of the five substance free residence halls on campus.
Kershaw Hall 17 singles, 26 doubles and houses 69 students.
Kershaw has three lounges. The lounge on the first floor has a television, while the other floors have smaller lounges.
The Kershaw kitchen is located on the first floor and has a stove, an oven, a fridge and a microwave. The lounges on the second and third floors have an attached pantry with microwaves and sinks.
Kershaw has a trunk room located in the basement which is used for storage.
Kershaw Hall hosts a laundry facility in its basement, which has several washers and dryers that can be operated free of charge.
Rathje Hall, located near Kershaw Hall, has a computer lab with printing facilities.
Kershaw has a recycling room on the first floor.
Kershaw is equipped with air conditioning.
Kershaw is equipped with ADA-compliant elevators.
Named to honor Grinnell College's first black graduate, Hannibal Kershaw 1879, Kershaw Hall is between Lazier and Rose Halls on the east edge of campus. Constructed of white Iowa limestone, Kershaw Hall is connected to the other East Campus residence halls by a roofed loggia. Large windows in the first floor lounge open onto Mac Field and give the space an open, accessible feel.