At Marylhurst, we recognize there are many factors that go into your success as a student. We provide many support systems and services, for student populations large and small.
Honoring the longstanding, inclusive ministry of our foundresses, the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, Campus Ministry supports individual spiritual growth among people of all faiths. We provide spiritual guidance and emotional support to all students, on campus or online. We offer opportunities for prayer and ritual, ecumenical and interfaith dialog, community service and outreach. We reach out to spiritual and secular communities alike to encourage healing and peace. Most importantly, Campus Ministry helps the Marylhurst community to respect the uniqueness and dignity of each person.
- Monthly Catholic Mass in Wiegand Chapel
See events.marylhurst.edu for upcoming dates
- Sign up to receive news and announcements from Campus Ministry
Room 204, Marian Hall
The Blessed Marie-Rose Durocher Meditation Room provides a quiet, peaceful setting for contemplation and reflection.
Marylhurst University is committed to ensuring that all students have equal access to its academic programs. Students with disabilities are entitled to reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Students have the right not to be discriminated against or treated with disrespect based on an actual or perceived disability. They are entitled to access all university programs if “otherwise qualified” to participate and if the accommodation does not fundamentally alter the academic program. Students will need to submit appropriate evidence (documentation) of disability from a qualified medical or psychological professional as that is an integral part of determining appropriate accommodations.
To learn more or to register with Disability Services, please contact us:
Student Food Pantry
The Student Food Pantry is a large cabinet stocked with non-perishable food items, on your left as you enter Marian Hall.
All Marylhurst community members who are in need of food are welcome to access the student pantry and take what they need. If you need to access the pantry when Marian Hall is locked, check in with student services in B.P. John; security will let you in.
Everyone is invited to donate to the pantry.
Bring commercially sealed, non-perishable food items to:
- Main lobby in B.P. John Administration Bldg., or
- Main entrance of Marian Hall
At the present, Marylhurst does not offer on-campus housing. So we have compiled resources to help you find a place to live in Portland and surrounding areas.
SALT – Financial Planning and Resources
Marylhurst University has partnered with the American Student Assistance (ASA), a nonprofit organization, to provide financial guidance for our students and alumni.
ASA runs a program called SALT that helps our students and their families make smart financial choices for life. You can take advantage of services to help you wisely and effectively manage debt, whether you incur it paying for your education or through personal expenses. SALT also augments the campus services we provide to help you find scholarships, internships and employment opportunities.
// Learn more about SALT and other ways to manage the funding of your education
ITS Help Desk at Shoen Library // 503.699.6318 //
Your Marylhurst I.D. card serves as both your student I.D. and Shoen Library card.
To obtain a Marylhurst ID card bring a valid form of photo identification, such as a driver’s license to the ITS Help Desk in Shoen Library. If staff are not available to assist you, call the ITS Help Desk at 503-699-6318 to request a card.
If you’re an online student, or not able to come to campus during business hours, call the ITS Help Desk at 503-699-6318 to request a card.
Marylhurst University students are involved in the community at all levels, including voting in local, state and national elections. Make your voice heard – register to vote!
State of Oregon: Voter Registration
Other States: National Voter Registration Application