McKee Hall was a dormitory on the Shimer College campus in Mount Carroll. It was built in 1922, with funds from the Baptist Board of Education. It was remodeled in 1938, and the kitchen was refurbished in 1946. The ground floor was entirely taken up by the dining room, with the kitchen attached. The top three floors were dormitory and McKee was removed from use as a dormitory after Spring 1967 although it was returned to use later.

McKee Hall was named for Shimer's second president, William Parker McKee, by motion of the Board of Trustees in honor of his lengthy service.

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