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Campus Living

Housing options for students

The Housing Office at Luther Seminary provides students and their families with a variety of options located on or near campus.

Managed by Luther Seminary, LDR apartments offers students efficiency and one-bedroom apartments, the Luther Seminary Houses offer students and families an alternative to apartment living, and Stub Hall provides housing for interns needing short term arrangements. 

On occasion, we receive information regarding available off-campus housing opportunities

Below are photos and descriptions of the housing options we offer for students. We hope this helps you get a better sense of what community life is like here at Luther. If you have any questions while you are in the process of deciding where to live, please don’t hesitate to contact us at housing@luthersem.edu. You can fill out a housing application here.

Housing Timeline

March 1 - Lease Renewal Process (for all current renters in 2016-2017)

March 24 - Lease Renewal Deadline (for all current renters in 2016-2017)

April 1 - Housing Options available to all current students (including students starting seminary in Summer/Fall 2017)

August 1 and August 15 - Lease start dates for 2017-2018

LDR Apartments

These unfurnished apartments are located at 1559 Fulham (one block north of Northwestern Hall). LDR includes three efficiency units and five one-bedroom units. Rent includes heat, water, trash/recycling, and internet. Student is responsible for electricity. These units are specifically for single students.

Marketed to returning students, interns and new students. Rent is billed by semester. 9 units.

Efficiency and 1 BR Units (unfurnished)
Rent for 2017-2018:                        
    • Efficiency - $625/month + utilities (12 month lease)
    • 1 BR - $650/month + utilities (12 month lease)
    • Deposit - $500
  • No Pets
  • Amenities:
    • Internet included in rent
    • Coin laundry in building
    • Limited storage available
    • Free parking adjacent to building
    • Adjacent to campus
    • Resident lounge with cable TV
Luther Seminary Houses (unfurnished)
Marketed to returning students, interns and new students. All students must have signed lease. Houses are available only to Luther Seminary students, their spouses, and dependents. Pets are allowed with $250 deposit.
1456 Branston Street (unfurnished)
  • 4 BR (4 students), 2 BA
  • 2660 sq. ft.
  • Projected rent for 2017-2018:
    • $2000/month + utilities (12 month lease)
    • Deposit $2000
  • Amenities:
    • Adjacent to campus
    • Great built-ins throughout house
    • Remodeled kitchen
    • Hardwood floors
    • Living rooms upstairs and downstairs

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1467 Branston Street (unfurnished) - Rented
  • 3-4 BR (3-4 students), 1.75BA
  • 1866 sq. ft.
  • Rent for 2017-2018:
    • $2000/month + utilities (12 month lease)
    • Deposit - $2000
  • Amenities:
    • Hardwood floors throughout
    • Great built-ins
    • Adjacent to campus on quiet street
    • Ample storage in basement
1479 Branston Street (unfurnished)
  • 3 BR (3 students), 1 BA
  • 1584 sq. ft. (including basement)
  • Rent for 2017-2018:
    • $1500/month + utilities (12 month lease)
    • Deposit - $1500
  • Amenities:
    • Adjacent to campus on quiet street
    • Garage stall included
    • Recently remodeled
    • Ample storage in basement
    • Laundry included
1483 Branston Street (unfurnished) - Rented
  • 3-4 BR (3-4 students), 1.5 BA
  • 3173 sq. ft. (including basement)
  • Rent for 2017-2018:
    • $1500/month + utilities (12 month lease)
    • Deposit - $1500
  • Amenities:
    • Adjacent to campus
    • Garage stall included
    • Remodeled kitchen
    • main floor bedroom and bathroom
    • Ample storage in basement

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1533 Fulham Street (unfurnished) - Rented
  • 3 BR (2-3 students), 1 BA

  • 1600 sq. ft (not including basement)
  • Rent for 2017-2018
    • $1500/month + utilities
    • Deposit - $1500
  • Amenities:
    • Adjacent to campus
    • Newer kitchen
    • Hardwood floors
    • Garage stall included
1535 (rented), 1539, 1545 (rented) and 1549 (rented) Fulham Street (unfurnished duplexes)
  • 2 BR (2-3 students), 1 BA
  • 1892 sq. ft. (including basement)
  • Rent for 2017-2018:
    • $1050/month + utilities (12 month lease)
    • Deposit - $1050
  • Amenities:
    • Adjacent to campus
    • Garage stall included
    • Laundry included in basement

Click here to view pictures of 1535 Fulham. Duplexes are similar in layout.

1419 Grantham Street (unfurnished) - Rented
  • 4-5 BR (4-5 students), 2.5 BA)
  • 2398 sq. ft.
  • Rent for 2017-2018:
    • $2000/month + utilities (12 month lease)
    • Deposit - $2000
  • Amenities:
    • Hardwood floors throughout
    • Great built-ins
    • Master bedroom on second floor
    • Ample storage in basement
    • Remodeled kitchen
    • Great location in St. Anthony Park neighborhood

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Stub Hall

Students living in Stub Hall will work together to build their own representation of Christian community based on the works for Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Life Together), Bishop Seraphim Sigrist (A Life Together) and Soren Kierkegaard (Practice in Christianity) and other relevant works. This program is optional for students in Stub Hall. Students not living in Stub Hall are welcome to participate as well.

Rent is billed by semester. Up to 20 beds available (10 female beds, 10 male beds).

  • Dorm-style rooms in single and double occupancy (furnished)
  • Rent for 2017-2018:
    • Single - $335/month ($1675/semester)
    • Double - $230/month/resident ($1150/semester)
    • Double as Single - $460/month ($2300/semester)
    • Summer option available
    • Deposit - $300
    • Short term leases are available
  • Pets are not allowed
  • Amenities:
    • Internet and utilities are included in rent
    • Community kitchen on 2nd floor
    • Coin laundry in building
    • Access to God’s Gym
    • Adjacent to campus
    • Free parking adjacent to building

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Off-campus housing

If off-campus housing is what you seek, the Housing Office is happy to assist you in finding the best accommodations for you and your family. Below you will find the most current listings available.  In addition, as a service to students, the listings are posted on a bulletin board on the lower level of Northwestern Hall and on the Community Life Facebook page. These listings are not evaluated by the Housing Office. Arrangements for off-campus housing are to be made directly by the student.

Local off-campus rental options: