Olson Hall

The entrance to Olson Hall

Olson Hall is a first-year and upper-class residence hall located nearby Koren and the Center for the Arts. Upper-class students are housed in four-person suites, which consist of two double-occupancy bedrooms connected by a common room.

Residence Features

  • Social lounge, television lounge, and study lounge
  • CAT6 network connections are available in each room
  • Wireless network coverage throughout the building
  • Computer lab
  • Laundry room
  • Kitchen including microwave, sink, stove, and refrigerator
  • Parking available directly behind building

Room Dimensions and Furnishings

  • Two-person rooms measure 11 by 14 feet
  • Furnishings provided for each student: is provided in the bedroom for each student: twin bed, desk, desk chair, desk hutch, 3-drawer dresser, and built-in closet
  • Suite common room includes two to three pieces of furniture that include a combination of couches, chairs, and end tables

Quick Facts

  • Named after Luther's third president, Oscar L. Olson
  • Built in 1955 and renovated in 2004
  • Martin Luther statue in front of Olson is identical to one that stands in Worms, Germany