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Ask any Concordia student and they'll tell you that residence hall living at Concordia has all the usual comforts and amenities of college life. And, while years from now you may not remember the historic details of a Civil War battle or even your entire calculus semester, you'll always remember times spent with wonderful friends in great conversation in your residence hall.

Concordia is pleased to offer new students a variety of housing options in one of the four campus residence halls and two campus houses. Housing is safe and secure, with Resident Assistants (RAs) always available to provide you with support and information on student activities and other important campus issues.

The residence halls at Concordia provide rich living-learning environments where students have the opportunity to share their collegiate experiences with peers. Students study, relax, learn, and develop friendships through the supportive communities that are formed.

Bohm Hall and Sieker Hall: "Corridor style" arrangements where students share bathrooms in the center of each floor. Both are single-sex buildings that house women and men respectively.

Rippe Hall and Romoser Hall: "Section style" arrangements where students share bathrooms within a section of 10 rooms. Romoser houses men and upper-class women separated by floor and section. Rippe houses women and first-year men also separated by floor and section.

Ressmeyer Hall: This historic house functions as "Campus Christian Ministiries" Center. The mission of this house is to serve the community by hosting spiritual events (i.e. Table Talks, Bible studies), sponsor campus wide service learning projects, and assist Concordia Clubs and Activities in implementing and executing various serving learning projects.

Koepchen Hall: This off-campus house is open to upper-class students who are in the professional development stages of their studies. It provides a quiet environment conducive to studying and allows students to maintain a consistent schedule that is necessary during internships, student teaching, or Nursing clinical rotations.
Concordia New York
171 White Plains Road
Bronxville
NY 10708 USA
Tel: +1 914 337 9300
India Office
Concordia College -India Liaison Office
4th Floor, 15, Venkataraman Street
T. Nagar, Chennai - 600017, Tamil Nadu, India
Phone: 044 45544267 / 45544268
Mobile: +91 0 9003259538
Email: indiaadmissions@concordia-ny.edu