Kilham Hall is on the northern side of upper campus, on the corner of Howard Street and Route 123. Students who identify on the female to nonbinary spectrum may elect to live in Kilham with other self-identified individuals on the same spectrum. All gender identities are still allowed to visit the spaces and use facilities, but cannot live in the building for a long-term basis.
There is a lounge on the first floor with a television and a study space. The lower level contains a kitchen with a refrigerator/freezer, stove, oven, sink, and microwave. There are also laundry facilities with two washers and two dryers and a large additional study space on the lower level. Rooms are carpeted with window blinds and are furnished with a bed, desk, dresser, and storage space for each student.
Built in 1932, Kilham Hall was named for alumna and former professor Annie March Kilham, Class of 1870.