Please note: This is NOT the most current catalog.
Located in Northfield, Minn., 40 miles south of Minneapolis-St. Paul, the St. Olaf campus includes 30 major academic, residential, and service buildings, most of which are constructed in the Scandinavian-modern architectural style.
Administrative Parking Lot:: Building 1: Education Department, TRIO programs; Building 2: Center for Experiential Learning (Career Connections, Internships, Entrepreneurial Studies and Civic Engagement); Building 3: Academic Support Center; Building 4: Classrooms; Building 5: Classrooms
Boe Memorial Chapel (1953): Chapel and pastors' offices, classrooms, Religion Department offices
Christiansen Hall of Music (1976): Department of Music classrooms, rehearsal halls, practice rooms, studios, Halvorson Music Library, Urness Recital Hall
Dittmann Center (1960 and 2001): Offices of the Departments of Art and Art History and Dance, classrooms, studios, rehearsal halls, student gallery, and Flaten Art Museum
Holland Hall (1925 and 1969): Social science (Departments of Economics, Nursing, Political Science, Social Work and Family Studies, Sociology/ Anthropology, Departments of History and Philosophy; classrooms and offices.
Regents Hall of Natural and Mathematical Sciences (2008): Departments of Biology; Chemistry; Environmental Studies; Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science; Physics; Psychology; classrooms, laboratories, Glasoe Science Library
Rølvaag Memorial Library (1942 and 1966, expansion 1990-92): Book and periodical collections, reference and study rooms, English Department classrooms and offices, college archives, office and archives of Norwegian-American Historical Association, the Office of Information and Instructional Technologies, the Kierkegaard Library, and the World Language Center.
Science Center (1968): Undergoing renovation
Skoglund Athletic Center (1967): Gymnasium-auditorium, fieldhouse, swimming pool, racquetball courts, Department of Exercise Science offices and classrooms, human performance lab, offices, and locker rooms
Speech-Theater Building (1920 and 1977): Department of Theatre and theater arts facilities, including two theaters.
Steensland Museum (1902): Office of International and Off-Campus Studies, Asian Studies Department (Chinese, Japenese).
The Old Main (1878 and 1983): World languages classrooms and offices. (Classics, Greek, Latin, German, Norwegian, Russian), Romance Languages [French, Spanish]. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Tom Porter Hall (1992): Athletic teams’ dressing rooms, weight training and athletic training facilities
Tostrud Center (2002): Fieldhouse, running track, elevated track, climbing wall, weight room, fitness room with cardio equipment, locker rooms, and offices
Student Residence Halls and Houses
Administration Building (1959 and 1986): Admissions, Academic Advising Center, Accounts Payable, Advancement & College Relations, Affirmative Action, Alumni & Parent Relations, Annual Giving, Business Office, Church Relations, Dean of Students, Dean of the College, Financial Aid, Health Services, Human Resources, Institutional Diversity, Institutional Research & Evaluation, Parking, Payroll, President of the College, Public Safety, Registrar, Residence Life, Stewardship, Student Accounts, Treasurer's Office
Buntrock Commons (1999): Dining, recreation, bookstore, post office, print center, student government, and media offices, Student Support Services
Norman E. Madson Facilities Building (1923 and 1967): Facilities Building
Skifter Hall (1931): Vice President for College Relations; Sing for Joy; Communications-Marketing; Church Relations; Center for Lifelong Learning