Concordia University, St. Paul owns and operates two apartment buildings to meet the housing requests of students whose needs are not met by the residence hall setting. Such individuals include (but are not limited to) those who are: married, single parents, or 21 years of age and older. One and two bedroom units are available. Located conveniently on the corner of Marshall Avenue and Hamline Avenue, Mary and Martha Hall provide an on-campus option for non-traditional students seeking the community, ease, and resources provided by on campus housing. Students are not required to be on the university meal plan and enjoy amenities such as parking, laundry, storage, and paid utilities.  Please contact Jake Wakem at or 651-641-8228 for more information.


To apply for apartment housing the individual must be accepted to Concordia University. Applicants are to read the Apartment Housing Agreement and complete the application form. A security deposit of $125 must be paid for the assignment to be confirmed and prior to keys being issued. Students and non-students should contact Jake Wakem at 651-641-8228 for an application or additional information.

The Apartment Housing Agreement and Application will be available online soon.

To request a copy of these forms or for more information about the apartments, please contact Jake Wakem at or 651-641-8228.

Policies and Lease Terms


The apartment housing charge includes all utilities except Internet and cable television.


Concordia University apartments are unfurnished, however several amenities are included.
Included with all apartments:

  • appliances (stove and refrigerator)
  • on-site laundry (coin operated)
  • utilities included (water, heat, electric, trash removal)
  • cable-ready
  • snow removal
  • lighted parking lots
  • on-street parking

More amenities are available depending on the building.


Pets are not permitted of any kind in the apartments.


All apartments are non-smoking.

Lease Terms

The University makes apartment units available on a very limited basis to those for whom residence hall life is not well-suited. Priority is given on the basis of the date the housing application is received. Apartment tenants provide their own window treatment and furnishings. Charges for housing are made for each academic term, payable in advance. All utilities, except telephone and cable TV, are included in the apartment housing assessment. A $125 deposit is due at the time of signing of the housing agreement.

The apartment housing agreement obligates the resident for an entire year. A fee is charged for canceling this agreement at the end of a semester. The cancellation fee is based on the date the cancellation request is received. The deposit is forfeited if the agreement is canceled prior to the end of the agreement.

Apartment Buildings

Concordia University has two apartment buildings for student use.  Each building has a page with more information, including amentities unique to that building, bedroom numbers and square footage, and photographs.


1336 Marshall Avenue West
Saint Paul, MN 55104



1332 Marshall Avenue West
Saint Paul, MN 55104