Built in 1936, Luján Hall blends historic English-Tudor style architecture with state-of-the-art living arrangements. Luján Hall is home to 34 students in this building. Like Brown, Bond and Dickeson Halls, Luján Hall reflects an English-Tudor style of architecture. Luján Hall is part of Presidents Row community on Central Campus. Floor plans in the Presidents Row buildings vary significantly by room. Students that want to get involved in the Presidents Row community can be part of Community Council.
- Cable, WiFi, Internet
Private or Semi-private Bathrooms
ADA Rooms Available
TV and Recreation Lounge