Nestled in the Quiet Beauty
The beautiful campus of Immanuel Lutheran High School, College, and Seminary, located on the south side of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, comprises approximately 80 acres.
As one enters campus the prominent building is the Academic Center (AC). This building is where most high school classes are taught, as well as some college classes. In addition, there is an administrative section of the building.
Further south is Ingram Hall, which overlooks the Lowes Creek valley. This stately mansion contains the Seminary Department, including the Seminary Library, in the east wing and college classrooms in the west wing. The second floor contains meeting rooms and offices.
The Commons is located adjacent to and serving as the lobby area for the Field House. It contains the cafeteria, student lounge, canteen, and the offices of the Dean of Students and of the Assistant to the Dean. The Field House is the location of chapel, athletic events, and theatrical events.
There are three dormitories on campus. Male students live in North Hall. Female students live in South Hall, which is attached to Ingram Hall. College men and women live in separated sections of West Hall, also attached to Ingram and South Halls.
On the northwest corner of the campus are the homes for most of our professors.