Concordia’s residence halls are great places to meet people. Don’t be surprised if one of your hallmates - a total stranger from Wisconsin (or Mongolia) who likes country music (or speed metal) - ends up being a good friend through the rest of your years on campus. On-campus housing is meant to be a safe, fun place for Concordia students to really get to know each other.
Our residence halls - and apartments, suites and townhouses (for upperclass students) - are designed with everything the modern college student needs to succeed: namely high-speed Internet connections, cable TV and lots of hangout space.
All freshmen and sophomores live on campus in residence halls where they can bond over a ping-pong tournament, "Glee"-watching parties or an impromptu midnight buffalo wings party in the lounge. You can even check out games, DVD players, and movies for free from the residence hall front desk.
Juniors and seniors who choose to live on campus can still get a taste of independent living in one of our furnished apartments or new townhouses with full kitchens.
For safety and security, all campus housing is staffed by a residence hall director and helpful student resident assistants (RAs).