King Hall

King Hall
Established 
1891

A residence hall with double, triple and quad rooms located on South Quad that was originally part of the Shepardson College.

History & Architecture

King was built as a dorm for women of Shepardson College in 1891. The design is Early Georgian Revival style in brick and stone. King Hall is named after J.W. King of Cincinnati, a trustee (1874-1886) who contributed money towards the building.

Like most of South Quad, King Hall became part of campus when the Shepardson College for Women, established in 1887, was incorporated into Denison University in 1900.
Designer/Architect 
Richards, McCarty and Bulford of Columbus
Building Style 
Early Georgian Revival style in brick and stone.