Living in a residence hall while attending college provides a socially rich and academically supported experience. Living in a residence hall gives the advantage of being closer to classes and being able to tune in to what's happening on campus. Students who live in residence halls tend to make more friends, attain higher GPA's, gain leadership experience, and manage their time more effectively than those who do not live in residence halls. Other advantages to living in the Southern Oregon University residence halls include:

CONVENIENT SERVICES AND CAMPUS ACCESS

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UTILITIES INCLUDE

  • Electricity, water, heat, gas, garbage disposal services, and expanded cable TV service, Ethernet Access, and some laundry.
  • Daily custodial service for community spaces.

 

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A VARIETY OF MEAL PLANS TO CHOOSE FROM

  • Many on-campus eateries with a large variety of food selections 
  • Special dinners, brunches, and buffets offered throughout the year

 

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COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
FREE fun and exciting programs offered regularly to residence hall students

  • Recreational, social, academic, cultural, and political events/programs available 
  • Unlimited opportunities to meet and create friends  
  • Specialty halls designed to complement and enhance students' interests 
  • Student staff members available to provide "peer" support

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CONVENIENT LOCATION

  • No parking hassles 
  • No commutes 
  • Easy access to all campus resources such as the library, labs, faculty offices and recreational facilities 
  • Secure buildings, patrolled by Security and Safety Officers 
  • Beautiful grounds
Campus Public Safety
 (541) 552-6258 (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM)
 (541) 552-6911 (Evenings and Weekends)
  campuspublicsafety@sou.edu
  inside.sou.edu/security
Southern Oregon University
1250 Siskiyou Blvd
Ashland, OR 97520
 (541) 552-7672
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