Hall Type: Coed
Eligibility: All class years
Total Rooms: 113
Air Conditioning: Yes
Room Types: Double, Triple
Break Period: Closed for Christmas break
Hall Director: Michael Wode
Assistant Hall Director: Taylor Ellis
Pastoral Resident: Fr. Dan Parrish, CSC
Motto: For the strength of the pack is the wolf, and the strength of the wolf is the pack.
Signature Event: Lund Family Feud
UP's newest residence hall, Lund Family Hall, opened its doors in August 2016. Each residential floor is complete with a social lounge and complemented by two study rooms on each residential wing. A large lounge on the first floor that boasts a fireplace, pool table, comfy couches and chairs, is an inviting space to gather with friends for socializing or all-hall events. A state-of-the-art community kitchen off the main lounge is a great place for making tasty treats for after-Mass socials. The courtyard outside the main entrance to the hall is a welcoming space for residents to gather when the weather is nice. You'll notice that the Lund Family Hall incorporates many design elements that we love from our existing residence halls. We look forward to the contributions this new community will make here on The Bluff!
The Lund Family Hall is named for Allen and Kathleen Lund and the members of their family, many of whom are students and alumni of the University. The Lunds are longtime supporters of the University of Portland and Catholic education. Allen is the current chairman of the University of Portland’s Board of Regents and has been a member of the board since 2001. The Lunds have supported many crucial endeavors at the University, including the University's Bell Tower, the Beauchamp Recreation and Wellness Center, and an endowed scholarship for students. The naming of our newest residence hall after the Lund family honors their charitable contributions and their ongoing relationship with the University of Portland.
What is the average size of a Lund Family Hall room?
Double rooms in the Lund Family Hall are configured differently depending on which floor of the building they are on. The first and second floor double rooms are approximately 206 square feet and are designated as extendable, meaning they can hold two or three students, while the third floor double rooms are standard double rooms at approximately 175 square feet. There are seven triple rooms in the building, which range from approximately 320 square feet to 370 square feet.
How is a double room in Lund Family Hall laid out?
Beds can be bunked or lofted. For each student in the room, there is a wardrobe, a dresser, and a desk. Dressers, wardrobes, and desks are moveable. Rooms have laminate flooring made to resemble hardwood.