Housing almost 100 first-year women on four separate wings, Luther Hall features 12 x 18 foot, two-person rooms, community style bathrooms, and air conditioned community lounges. The lower level is attached to the university tunnel that connects to most university facilities including the Library, Dining Hall, Academic Advising, and academic buildings.
Housing first-year male students on its upper level, Wollaeger Hall features 12 x 18 foot, two-person air conditioned rooms and community style bathrooms. The main level of Wollaeger Hall is home to the Barbara Schoenbeck Early Learning Center and Hand-In-Hand Child Care Center, which serves the local community and offers training and enrichment for Concordia students pursuing careers in early child education. Constructed in 1964, Wollaeger Hall was named after Rev. Herman William Franz Wollaeger, Ph.D., professor of German and librarian at Concordia from 1904 to 1941. At various points, the hall served as a women’s residence and a health center.
Housing a mixture of upper-class students, Hyatt Village features 10 x 12 foot, two-person air conditioned suites. Our suite-styled living options consist of two people per room sharing a private bathroom facility with suite mates (2 other people of the same gender in their own room). There are five pods, each consisting of 8 rooms and a community lounge with new high definition flat screen televisions.
Originally named the Residence Life Center (RLC), Holst Hall opened for fall semester 2008. This four-story, 290 bed apartment style residence hall features a mix of studio, two- and four- bedroom fully furnished apartments and houses sophomore, junior, and senior students. The two- and four- bedroom units feature two bathrooms, a kitchen, living room and individual bedrooms. The studio units include a kitchen, living/sleeping area and a separate bathroom. In May 2011 The Residence life was renamed Holst Hall by the Concordia University Board of Regents in honor of 20-year president Rev. Dr. Robert Holst.