Anselm House has arrived at
Melrose Station!

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Discover a place for conversation, study, and gatherings of all sizes.

Located at the corner of Washington and Oak in Minneapolis, Melrose Station is a hub of connection and study for the UMN community. Stop by, grab a cup of coffee, and pull up a chair. You're welcome here.

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720 Washington Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN

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summer Hours


10 a.m.–4:00 p.m.


10 a.m.–4:00 p.m.


Closed for summer

Weekly RHythms

We like to practice daily moments of gathering and rest. If you're around in the study center, please feel free to check out one or multiple of our daily rhythms.

Every Day:

Noon Prayer


Afternoon Tea, 3 p.m.


Afternoon Tea, 3 p.m.




Closed for summer


Parking at Melrose Station is limited, but the University of Minnesota provides two parking ramps nearby, located at 501 SE Washington Ave and 401 SE Oak St.

Along with ramp parking, there is metered parking and a Green Line light rail station nearby.

Washington Ave Ramp
Oak St Ramp

Melrose Station Events

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What's at Melrose Station?

Come to Melrose and grab a cup of coffee. You can study, eat a free waffle at Wisdom Over Waffles, linger over tea and snacks at Tea Time, or just exist in a welcoming environment of abundant hospitality.

Experience our Weekly Rhythms

Our community is formed by shared rhythms of hospitality. Pray with us every day at noon, eat waffles and learn from experts at Wisdom Over Waffles, and rest a while at Tea Time with tea and snacks.

Check out our theological library

Check out and read over 4,000 books in our theological library.

Become a Fellow

Our Colin MacLaurin Fellows Program offers one of the most innovative programs of Christian education and formation available to students attending any public university.

About Ken Melrose

Ken Melrose served as the president & CEO of Toro for nearly 25 years. A firm believer in the power of servant leadership, Melrose leveraged his influence to equip and empower others. Before his passing in 2020, Melrose—a longtime friend of Anselm House—was the first to invest in a vision for Anselm House's flagship campus presence in Minneapolis, and Melrose Station was born.