Livedalen HallLivedalen Hall, dedicated during Homecoming 1963, was named for a Hatton, North Dakota, farmer, Ole Livedalen, who had willed to Concordia its largest single gift to that date. Livedalen provides housing for 231 men and women on separate wings and features a recreation room with ping pong, foosball and pool tables. A single-story annex, containing a lobby, information desk and the hall directors apartment, connects the residence hall with the Cobber Bookstore.
Rooms: All of the rooms are two-person rooms with the exception of one single room on each floor. Each room is furnished with beds (80'' x 39''), built-in wardrobe, dressers, mirror, desks, chairs, bookshelves, study lamps, drapes and internet and cable television access.
Information desk: The hall information desk is located in the main lobby and is open from 6 p.m. - 6 a.m. each day. The desk staff monitor the building as well as making change and checking out equipment for residents.
Lounges and recreational areas: The main lobby consists of a small waiting area for students and guests. The main lounge is located on the lower level. It is furnished with a television, tables and chairs, a piano, ping pong tables, pool tables, and a foosball table. Ping pong paddles, pool cues and balls, assorted sports equipment, games and videos may be checked out at the desk.
Study areas: Study rooms are located on each floor. A study lounge is also located in a section of the lower lounge.
Kitchen: A kitchen, complete with stove, refrigerator and microwave oven, is located in the basement just off the laundry area and is available to residents of Livedalen. Cooking utensils may be checked out at the desk.
Laundry facilities: The laundry room is also located in the basement. The facilities include automatic commercial washers and dryers. Students must furnish their own irons.
Cleaning equipment: Assorted cleaning supplies and vacuums are available at the desk.
Storage room: The storage room, located in the basement, provides storage for suitcases, trunks and seldom-used items. Contact a staff member to make arrangements for its use. The college does not assume liability for items stored in the storage room. Also, items which are unmarked, or unclaimed for two years, will be donated to local charities or otherwise disposed of.