Venues

Whether you need a meeting space for ten people or a lecture hall for 280 attendees, we have you covered. All buildings listed here are situated on Luther's campus, and are close to lodging and dining venues. Luther's guest wireless internet network is available to guests all across our campus for no charge.

Some of the buildings listed below are primarily academic facilities, and are more likely to be available for larger groups during the summer months. These buildings are marked with an asterisk.


Entrance to Dahl Centennial Union.

Dahl Centennial Union

Luther's student union building is the home of administrative offices, the book shop, and many meeting and dining spaces. Peace Dining room seats up to 300 people, and six other meeting rooms are sized to accommodate groups as small as 5 or as large as 75.

The Union also contains these dining options: Cafeteria, Oneota Market, Marty's, Nordic Brew, C-Store.


Shirley Baker Commons

Shirley Baker Commons

Located steps from the Baker Village townhouses, the commons is perfect for casual meetings, training camps, or a hospitality area. Restored prairie grasslands and woodland trails complement the Baker Village location.

View interior images in the slideshow below.


Center for Faith and Life (CFL)

Center for Faith and Life (CFL)*

The CFL includes the college's main performance hall, which seats over 1,400 people. It also includes a more intimate 150-seat recital hall, a prayer chapel, and the O.W. Qualley Lounge, which can be used for receptions and meetings.

The main lobby of the CFL is a large open area, providing an ideal space for participants to gather before an event and to network and continue conversations afterwards.


Valders Hall of Science

Valders Hall of Science*

Valders Hall of Science contains the college's largest lecture hall seating almost 300 people. There are two smaller lecture halls in the building, as well as numerous traditional classroom spaces.

The Valders Concourse is a large atrium area situated in the middle of the building, ideal for holding event registrations.


Entrance to the Franklin W. Olin Building.

Franklin W. Olin Building*

The Franklin W. Olin Building holds another lecture hall space, providing a great option for groups up to 135. Classrooms throughout the building offer a variety of "breakout" spaces, perfect for transitioning between a large session and smaller meetings within a conference. The Roundtable Room, pictured in the slideshow below, uniquely facilitates digital group collaboration and conversation.

Olin is conveniently located near a guest parking lot, ensuring that attendees can quickly and easily reach the venue.


Main Building Exterior

Main Building*

Located on upper campus near the Dahl Centennial Union, the Main Building holds administrative offices on the ground floor, and a variety of classrooms and faculty offices on the first and second floors.

Main's proximity to the union makes it an ideal location for events that include a trip to the cafeteria for a meal.


Loyalty Hall

Loyalty Hall*

Loyalty Hall is the home of the Alumni Services office here at Luther, as well as a state-of-the-art conference room that seats up to 40. This conference room has full A/V support, multiple input connection options, powered window shades, and more. 


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