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Luther Seminary

United States
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About Luther Seminary

Luther Seminary educates leaders for Christian communities called and sent by the Holy Spirit to witness to salvation through Jesus Christ and to serve in God's world.

The mission statement represents a major marker on the path of our journey. It serves as a primary point of reference for all of the seminary's strategic decisions.

This mission statement is dynamic in character -- a living statement that continues to breathe life into the seminary's work.

Luther Seminary's international students are just some of the students who make up the ecumenical and diverse student body. This academic year, Luther Seminary welcomed 44 international students in a variety of programs from 20 different countries. Current international students are from:

Argentina, Barbados, Canada, China, Ethiopia, Ghana, Iceland, India, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Myanmar, Namibia, Netherlands, Nigeria, South Korea, Tanzania, the U.K. and Zimbabwe.

Campus information

Northwestern Hall | 1501 Fulham Street

  • Northwestern Hall houses Luther Seminary's Administrative offices, the Chapel of the Cross and classrooms.
  • Lower Level - Storage and Mechanical areas.
  • First Level - Business Office, Financial Aid, Seminary Relations, Student Affairs and the Auditorium.
  • Second Level - Registrar, Chapel of the Cross and classrooms.
  • Third Level - Contextual Learning

Olson Campus Center | 1490 Fulham Street

  • This main building on campus contains the Chapel of the Incarnation, Cafeteria and main Dining Room and Luther Seminary Bookstore. The Campus Center is also the location for the campus Information Desk and main switchboard.
  • Lower Level - Lecture hall and seminar meeting rooms.
  • Ground Floor - Chapel of the Incarnation, Bookstore, Cafeteria and main Dining Room, Information Desk.
  • Upper Level- Charles and Sharon Olson Commons and Cafe, Faculty Lounge, Olson Dining Room, Offices for the Seminary Pastor 

Bockman Hall | 2375 Como Avenue

  •  Bockman Hall houses the Office of Technology as well as classrooms, a student lounge, faculty offices and student dormitory rooms.
  • Lower Level - Office of Technology, classrooms, Word & World office, game room
  • First Floor - Classrooms, faculty offices and student lounge
  • Second Floor - meeting rooms and short-term student housing
  • Third Floor - short-term student housing

Gullixson Hall | 2375 Como Avenue

  • The second floor of Gullixson Hall houses the library. Gullixson Hall also contains the rare book room, faculty offices, classrooms & a computer lab.
  • Lower Level - Concord office, student computer lab, faculty lounge
  • First Floor - Classrooms and faculty secretary
  • Second Floor - Library
  • Third Floor - Rare book room and Archives
  • Book Stacks - Levels 3-8 of the Library

Stub Hall | 2329 Hendon Avenue

  • Stub Hall is located just down the hill from Northwestern Hall and has a large conference room for meetings, exercise facilities and guest housing.
  • Lower Level - Exercise room and Laundry
  • First Floor - Guest rooms and Stub Hall Lounge
  • Second Floor - short-term guest and student housing, meeting room
  • Third Floor - short-term guest and student housing rooms

House 18
The former residence of Luther Seminary's president.

Old Muskego Church
This piece of history was built in 1844 in Wisconsin by Norwegian immigrants and then moved to Luther Seminary in 1904 piece by piece. It is still used for weddings, baptisms and festival services.

Greenway Village Apartments  | 1570 Eustis Street, Greenway Village
Greenway Village consists of five residential buildings featuring one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. These apartments are owned and managed by BBH Management Co.

LDR Apartments | 1559 Fulham Street
North of Northwestern Hall are the LDR Apartments. Luther Seminary offers efficiency and one-bedroom apartments.

The neighborhood that surrounds Luther Seminary is called St. Anthony Park, a residential community situated within the heart of the Twin Cities. St. Anthony Park is home to neighborhood shops that include Micawber's Bookstore, Muffuletta Café, Dunn Bros Coffee, Finnish Bistro and the Bibelot Shop.

Attending Luther Seminary, however, does not limit you to a small-town atmosphere. The great thing about Luther Seminary is that you are minutes away from downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul. The Twin Cities are wonderful communities in which to live, work, learn and play. There are also plenty of options for shopping, hotels and restaurants in nearby Roseville. 

Whether you looking for a small-town neighborhood feel, or craving a big city experience, Luther Seminary gives you access to both. 

What are the Twin Cities? 

  • the term "Twin Cities" is a nickname given to Minneapolis and St. Paul?
  • Saint Paul is the state capitol, but Minneapolis is larger?
  • the downtowns of these cities are a mere 9 miles apart and share the same airport?
  • the Twin Cities is one of the largest metro areas in the country?
  • the Twin Cities have earned top rankings on the national level when it comes to livability, being bike- and runner-friendly, local music scene, finding a job and cleanliness.

Accommodation

The Housing Office at Luther Seminary provides students and their families with a variety of options located on or near campus.

Managed by Luther Seminary, LDR apartments offers students efficiency and one-bedroom apartments, the Luther Seminary Houses offer students and families an alternative to apartment living, and Stub Hall provides housing for interns needing short term arrangements. Greenway Village Apartments, managed by BBH Management Company, offer students and their families one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments.

On occasion, we receive information regarding available off-campus housing opportunities. 

LDR Apartments
These unfurnished apartments are located at 1559 Fulham (one block north of Northwestern Hall). LDR includes three efficiency units and five one-bedroom units. Rent includes heat, water, trash/recycling, and internet. Student is responsible for electricity. These units are specifically for single students. Marketed to returning students, interns and new students. Rent is billed by semester. 9 units.

Efficiency and 1 BR Units (unfurnished)

  • Rent for 2016-2017:
  • Efficiency - $600/month + utilities (12 month lease)
  • 1 BR - $625/month + utilities (12 month lease)
  • Deposit - $500
  • No Pets
  • Amenities:
  • Internet included in rent
  • Coin laundry in building
  • Limited storage available
  • Free parking adjacent to building
  • Adjacent to campus
  • Resident lounge with cable TV

Luther Seminary Houses (unfurnished)
Marketed to returning students, interns and new students. All students must have signed lease. Houses are available only to Luther Seminary students, their spouses, and dependents. Pets are allowed with $250 deposit.

Stub Hall
Students living in Stub Hall will work together to build their own representation of Christian community based on the works for Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Life Together), Bishop Seraphim Sigrist (A Life Together) and Soren Kierkegaard (Practice in Christianity) and other relevant works. This program is optional for students in Stub Hall. Students not living in Stub Hall are welcome to participate as well.

Rent is billed by semester. Up to 20 beds available (10 female beds, 10 male beds).

  • Dorm-style rooms in single and double occupancy (furnished)
  • Rent for 2016-2017:
  • Single - $300/month ($1500/semester)
  • Double - $200/month/resident ($1000/semester)
  • Double as Single - $400/month ($2000/semester)
  • Summer option available
  • Deposit - $300
  • Short term leases are available
  • Pets are not allowed
  • Amenities:
  • Internet and utilities are included in rent
  • Community kitchen on 2nd floor
  • Coin laundry in building
  • Access to God’s Gym
  • Adjacent to campus
  • Free parking adjacent to building

Greenway Village Apartments
Greenway Village Apartments consist of five buildings with one-, two- and  three-bedroom apartments adjacent to Luther Seminary's campus. These apartments are owned and managed by BBH Management Company. Each unit includes a separate room for study. Single students as well as students with families are welcome. All units are carpeted and equipped with a stove, air-conditioner and refrigerator. Laundry facilities are available. To inquire about apartment availability or to schedule a tour, please contact BBH Management Company.Marketed to returning and new students and interns looking for year lease. Applications are processed through Greenway Village.

Off-campus housing
If off-campus housing is what you seek, the Housing Office is happy to assist you in finding the best accommodations for you and your family. Below you will find the most current listings available.  In addition, as a service to students, the listings are posted on a bulletin board on the lower level of Northwestern Hall and on the Community Life Facebook page. These listings are not evaluated by the Housing Office. Arrangements for off-campus housing are to be made directly by the student.

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