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Gangelhoff Center

235 Hamline Avenue

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Completed in 1993, this is the center of athletic activity on campus. It features a 200 meter indoor track and a 45,000 square foot arena that accommodates basketball, volleyball, tennis and indoor soccer. Racquetball courts as well as a strength and conditioning room are also available. With a seating capacity of over 3000, the Gangelhoff Center has hosted conventions, concerts, graduation ceremonies and some of the NCAA Final Four events.

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Luther Statue and Syndicate Street



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Loma R. Meyer Hall

301 Syndicate Street North

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Constructed in 1917, Meyer Hall served as Concordia's first administration building. Today the top floor has classrooms and the middle floor houses the Office of Admission, Human Resources and other Administration offices.

The lower level is part of the tunnel, a lengthy indoor route between buildings. The lower level is also the home of the Campus Ministry office as well as the security office, mailroom and copy center.

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Graebner Memorial Chapel

1259 Carroll Avenue

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The oldest building on campus, the chapel was built in 1911 as the campus gymnasium. In 1953 it was converted to the campus chapel and was again remodeled in the early 1990s to improve the worship space for the campus. In addition to the daily 9:30 am chapel services held during the academic year, there are special late evening services led by the students. The ministry through the chapel exists to strengthen and nourish the Christian journey and to equip GodÂ’s people for service and witness in the context of their daily life.

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Residence Life Center (RLC)

1241 Carroll Avenue

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Four-story, 300 bed apartment style residence hall (mix of 4 and 2 bedroom units).

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Student Dining Hall, President's Dining Hall,
Health Center and OHSCO (Oswald Hoffman School of Christian Outreach)

1301 Marshall Avenue

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The Dining Hall serves lunch and dinner to residence hall students; breakfast is served at Union Station in the Student Union. Housed on the floor above the Dining Hall is the campus nurse, some counseling services, and the Oswald Hoffmann School of Christian Outreach (OHSCO). OHSCO oversees the Master of Arts in Christian Outreach program as well as other outreach programs. The lower level of the Dining Hall is home to the PresidentÂ’s Dining Room, where small formal meals are held.

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Library Technology Ctr (LTC), Pearson Commons

1282 Concordia Avenue




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The LTC was completed in 2003. The upper level has seven classrooms, each with up-to-date technology and large windows, and also the faculty scholarship center. The lower two levels are the home to the library and the technology offices.

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E.M. Pearson Theatre Arts Center

312 Hamline Avenue

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Completed in 1994, the theatre building is home to the 350 seat E.M. Pearson Theatre, which has an 80 foot fly gallery above the stage. The building also has a smaller black box theatre, a dance studio and costume and design studios, as well as offices for theatre faculty.

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Knoll Area


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The Knoll are is a great green place where students can study, have lunch, or hang out in between classes

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