Miller and Dieseth Halls (Towers)

Exterior of Miller and Dieseth Halls (Towers).

Miller and Dieseth are upper-class residence halls located nearby Valders Hall of Science and Regents Center. Combined they house 735 students, primarily of which are sophomores and juniors, in two-person rooms and suites. They're connected via Brunsdale Lounge, which functions as a social meeting place as well as popular study location for students.

Residence Features

  • Some rooms overlook the scenic Upper Iowa River Valley
  • Air conditioned
  • All furniture can be moved and beds can be lofted with materials provided
  • Large study/social lounge with fireplace
  • Each floor contains a study lounge as well as kitchenette or laundry
  • Ping-pong table, pool table, foosball and large screen TV in the social lounge
  • Large kitchen with microwave, stove, sink and refrigerator in each building (cookware and utensils available in service center)
  • Wireless network access throughout the buildings
  • Computer lab in each building
  • Four sound-proof music practice rooms in Miller

Quick Facts

  • Referred to as "Towers" by students
  • Situated on a bluff overlooking the Upper Iowa River Valley
  • Named after Frank Miller and John Dieseth, two former Luther Board of Regents members
  • Built in the late 1960s and renovated in 2012