Luther House is the building where Lutheran Campus Ministry (LCM) programs and offices are located. The building was constructed in 1941 and purchased by LCM in 1943.

The house serves a variety of functions for the ministry. The top floor consists of a two-bedroom student apartment, library, and study room. The main floor contains the kitchen, dining/meeting areas, James McCauley Memorial Library, and staff offices. The full basement is used as a laundry/rec room. An ample backyard is available for outdoor activities, such as fire pit gatherings and barbecuing.

Luther House is a wonderful space for groups to gather. In addition to student programs, Luther House is used as a meeting space for various community groups. If you are looking for a meeting space for your group, please go to Lodging & Meeting Space for more information.