Housing, Dining & MoreAt Concordia, we're proud of our strong academics, arts and athletics programs, but we know that some of the most cherished parts of college life occur during the in-between times - those fun, spontaneous moments when you really get to know the amazing people who attend Concordia.
Where Concordia Lives
Residence Life at Concordia includes residence halls for freshmen and sophomores. Each is designed to be a small "community within a community" with ample hangout space, computer labs, pool and ping-pong tables and even small chapels. All rooms have high-speed Internet and cable TV connections.
Juniors and seniors can either live on-campus in furnished apartments and townhouses with full kitchens or go off-campus for a first taste of independent living.
If you can't get enough global exposure through our language and study abroad programs, you might want to consider living in our International Center.
Where Concordia Eats
All campus residents are required to sign up for a meal plan. Paying for meals and snacks is as easy as swiping your Concordia ID card. No cash, no exact change, no hassles.
We have a new campus dining center, Anderson Commons in the spacious $32 million Knutson Campus Center, that is open from pre-breakfast to late dinner. We offer a changing daily menu of hot meals, pizzas, deli sandwiches, light salads, healthy sides, drinks and desserts.
Your meal plan includes your own personal guide when it comes to nutrition. NetNutrition is a Web-based program where you can find our menu options, nutrition information, ingredient lists and more.
There are also some great casual dining spots, like The Maize where you can sprawl out on a couch, watch TV and order quick snacks like pizza and subs. The Korn Krib is the campus convenience store, where you can use your Dining Dollars—also preloaded on your ID card—to refuel.