Living on Campus
What better way to be part of the Golden Bear community than to live within it? From the convenient access to campus facilities to having your peers just around the corner, living on campus allows you to belong to a community, create unforgettable memories, and make life-long friendships!
CSP’s first-year students all live on campus unless living at home with their family. That makes your residence hall a fantastic place to get connected, meet new people, and have fun!
First-year students apply for campus housing after they have been admitted to CSP, and housing assignments are determined in the summer.
Our first-year residence halls are: Luther Hall, Wollaeger Hall, and Hyatt Village.
of first-year students live on campus!
First-Year Students: Housing Details
Living Learning Communities (LLCs) offer a unique opportunity to connect classroom learning with a residential community.
At CSP, we’re excited to offer two LLC opportunities for our first-year students interested in either business or science. Learn more about each program and all the benefits of participating!
Housing almost 100 first-year students on four separate wings, Luther Hall features 12 x 18 foot, two-person rooms, community style bathrooms, and air conditioned community lounges.
The lower level is attached to the university tunnel that connects to most university facilities including the Library, Dining Hall, Academic Advising, and academic buildings.
Housing first-year students on its upper two levels, Wollaeger Hall features 12 x 18 foot, two-person air conditioned rooms and community style bathrooms.
The main level of Wollaeger Hall is home to the Barbara Schoenbeck Early Learning Center and Hand-In-Hand Child Care Center, which serves the local community and offers training and enrichment for Concordia students pursuing careers in early child education.
Housing a mixture of men and women enrolled in our Living Learning Communities, Hyatt Village features 10 x 12 foot, two-person air conditioned suites.
Our suite-styled living options consist of two people per room sharing a private bathroom facility with suite mates (2 other people of the same gender in their own room connected by the bathroom). There are five pods, each consisting of 8 rooms and a community lounge with new 4K flat screen televisions, lounge furniture, study tables, microwaves, and toasters.
Luther Hall, Wollaeger Hall, and Hyatt Village Costs: 21-22 Academic Year
- Housing Cost: $2,562/semester ($5,124/academic year)
- Meal Plan Cost: $2,388/semester ($4,776/academic year)
Total Cost: $9,900/academic year
First-year students are required to live on campus unless living at home with a parent or guardian. If you meet this criteria you must submit the Petition to Live Off Campus in lieu of the housing application.
While transfer students are not required to live on campus, we hope you’ll consider it! Living on campus is a great way to make the most of your time at CSP and conveniently stay connected.
Transfer students apply for campus housing after they have been admitted to CSP, and housing assignments are determined in the summer (for the fall semester) or winter (for the spring semester).
Holst Hall houses all of our upperclassmen (including new transfer students) on campus.
Transfer Students: Housing Details
Holst Hall Costs: 21-22 Academic Year
- 4-bedroom apartment: $3,379/semester ($6,758/academic year)
- 2-bedroom apartment/Studio: $4,829/semester ($9,658/academic year)
Meal Plan Costs: 21-22 Academic Year
Students living in Holst Hall have the option to select a Holst Hall meal plan, a full meal plan, or opt out of a meal plan.
- Holst Hall Meal Plan Cost: $1,010/semester ($2,020/academic year)
- Full Meal Plan Cost: $2,388/semester ($4,776/academic year)
- Meal Plan Opt Out Cost: $300/semester ($600/academic year)
Originally named the Residence Life Center (RLC), Holst Hall opened for fall semester 2008. This four-story, 290 bed apartment style residence hall features a mix of studio, two- and four- bedroom fully furnished apartments and houses sophomore, junior, and senior students.
The two- and four- bedroom units feature two bathrooms, a full kitchen, furnished living room and individual bedrooms. The studio units include a kitchen, living/sleeping area and a separate bathroom. Building amenities include a fitness center, laundry facility (laundry is free at CSP!) and media room.
In May 2011 The Residence life was renamed Holst Hall by the Concordia University Board of Regents in honor of 20-year president Rev. Dr. Robert Holst.
Dining at CSP
Finding delicious meals and snacks on campus is a snap! CSP Dining is proud to offer a program complete with signature items and menu selections that include just about every item you can imagine. Flex Points can be used like cash at either location.
- Virtual Campus Tour – see all of campus, including our residence halls!
- Holst Hall Virtual Tour
- Luther Hall Virtual Tour
- High-Speed Full Campus Tour
- Residence Life Information
- Commuter Resources
Questions about living on campus? Contact the Office of Admissions: email@example.com | 651-641-8230