The Mesa Neighborhood
Luján Hall is home to the Honors, Scholars, and Leaders Residential Learning Community. With 35 fellow Bears, the Honors Program is a community of self-driven, creative, problem solvers who pursue inquiry-based learning. Luján Hall is only a short bike-ride or walk to Central Campus academic buildings and the Tobey-Kendel Dining Hall.
Built in 1936, Luján Hall blends historic English-Tudor style architecture with state-of-the-art living arrangements. Luján Hall and many of the residence halls in The Mesa Neighborhood are part of the University of Northern Colorado Central Campus Residential District, a registered state historic district.
- 2 to 5-person, Suite Style rooms with bathrooms.
- Gender Inclusive
- ADA Accessible Rooms Available, please see the Disability Resource Center for Housing Accommodations
Luján Hall Features
Luján Hall Amenities
Luján Hall is home of the Residential Connection of Honors, Scholars, and Leaders. With 35 fellow Bears, the Honors Program is a community of self-driven, creative, problem solvers who pursue inquiry-based learning.
- Honors Program
- Belong to a community of intellectually challenging peers
- Participate in Student Honors Council Leadership and Events
- Co-Enroll in HON100