Larsen Hall

Opened in 1907 and named for the first president of Luther College, Laur Larsen, Larsen Hall is the oldest residence hall on campus. In addition to serving as a residence hall, Larsen also houses the offices for Health Services, Counseling Services, and the Center for Global Learning. It is one of three residence halls on campus containing single rooms for students.

  • Houses 145 students
  • One-, two-, and three-person rooms
  • Hardwood floors in most student rooms
  • Study lounge, social/TV lounge
  • Computer lab
  • Centrally located
  • One CAT6 network connection per person in each room
  • Wireless network coverage throughout the building
  • Kitchen including microwave, sink, stove, and refrigerator
  • No smoking allowed anywhere in the hall.

Room Dimensions and Furnishings

  • Larsen Hall single and triple rooms vary in size depending on location within the building.
  • Larsen Hall two-person rooms are 10-feet-8-inches by 14 feet.
  • The following is provided for each student: twin bed, desk, desk chair, dresser, and built-in closet. All furniture is moveable. The location of the built-in closets varies from room to room.