Sherrill Hall is a mixed-college, mixed class-year residence hall. Its double rooms provide homes to 105 first-year and upperclass Hobart students on the ground and first floors and a mixture of first-year and upperclass William Smith students on the second and third floors.
The building has study/TV lounges and bathrooms on each floor, a kitchen area, laundry room and vending machines. All rooms are equipped with full telephone, cable, and computer/Internet access.
The residence was built in 1960 to house Hobart students and was named after Bishop Henry Knox Sherrill, who was the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church.
Located at the corner of St. Clair Street and Pulteney Street, it originally housed 116 men, had a lounge/ballroom, and a recreational facility in the basement. Sherrill Hall was home to WEOS, the campus radio station, until the 1997-98 academic year.
When WEOS was moved, that space became the Student Activities Center and is currently used as classrooms. The College Store is also housed in Sherrill Hall.
Room dimensions: 13’7”x 14’
Bedroom floor color: Blue/Grey carpet
Window treatment: Pull-down shades (white)
Bed style: Extra long twin (80" long )