Residential Life in Ashland, Oregon
Our boarding dormitory is located at 1250 Siskiyou Boulevard in Ashland, Oregon on the campus of Southern Oregon University (SOU), approximately 15 minutes south of Medford.
The dormitory is a fully supervised facility with a wide array of activities and services including a cafeteria, in-room broadband internet access, recreational opportunities, student lounges and library access all within steps of the dormitory.
Bus transportation to and from St. Mary's School is provided each morning and afternoon. There is an additional bus for athletes who have team practices and games.
Ashland is a small, charming town with many unique shops, restaurants, art galleries and movie theaters. The community is a safe, friendly, and welcoming place for students to live and study.
Medford and Ashland are located halfway between San Francisco and Portland. Ashland is only a thirty-minute drive from Mount Ashland, where students can ski and snowboard in the winter.
Ashland is also the home of the world famous Oregon Shakespeare Festival which has professional performances nine months out of the year.
To learn more about Ashland, please visit the Ashland Chamber of Commerce.
Living at Southern Oregon University, Cedar Hall
The dormitory for St. Mary's students is located at Cedar Hall on the beautiful Southern Oregon University Campus.
- Two students per room (Single rooms may be available.)
- A game room where students can have parties, play video games, or play ping pong
- A kitchen, a living room, and a laundry facility
Please click here to see pictures of the city of Ashland and the SOU campus.
Please click here to see pictures of the dormitory.
Every week, the entire dormitory gathers after dinner to share information, address dormitory issues, and promote elements of character education and community membership.
The meetings deal with serious issues as well as aspects of safety, health, personal responsibility, and community needs. The residential faculty also carry out a series of formal programs addressing community responsibility, dorm values, conflict resolution, time and stress management, and personal wellness and safety.
To ensure that the students have enough time to study and to rest, the dormitory's curfew is 11pm during the week and midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. We also have study hours between 8-11pm Sunday through Thursday.
One of the best parts of boarding life is the diverse activities that are organized each month. There are also a variety of school-wide activities like dances, which are open to all high school students.