Are you ready for an experience that will change your life?

Memorial hall houses both Junior and Senior Undergrads alongside Graduate and Seminary students. There is a large shared lounge with tv, pool table, fireplace, and couches. Residents also have the benefit of a full size shared kitchen with plenty of storage and refrigerator space. With regular campus events, Multnomah Campus Lions home games, and community events in the lounge – there is always something fun for you to do.

Living in Memorial

Community is a big part of the Multnomah Campus. Discover more about living in Memorial and your next steps towards moving in.

Our Residence Life staff is dedicated to creating an enjoyable living environment for you that deepens your personal and spiritual growth. Participating in events and programs as well as eating in the cafeteria will help you get plugged into the community quickly. Staff can also serve as a resource to you as you navigate a new campus culture and adjust to life at the Multnomah Campus of Jessup University. Our goal is that living on campus will help you thrive in your academic pursuits!

  • Fully furnished dorm rooms
  • All utilities and WiFi included
  • Shared lounges
  • Shared kitchen
  • Shared bathrooms (gender-specific)
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Secure bike storage
  • 24/7 access to Campus Safety
  • Custodial care
  • Residential Staff
  • Beds with mattresses
  • Desk and chair*
  • Sink/vanity
  • Ceiling fan
  • Dressers
  • Closets
  • Bookshelves

*Suites may include extra sitting chairs, but these are not guaranteed.

Residents have access to a shared, non-gender-specific kitchen. We highly recommend that residents supply a mini-refrigerator in their rooms and plan on storing other kitchen supplies and food in their rooms as well. Unfortunately, no other small electric kitchen appliances may be used in the rooms but can be used in the kitchen space. We also highly recommend purchasing at least a partial meal plan.

Memorial Hall’s Checklist

Wondering where to start with packing? Use these lists to help you begin the process.

What to bring
  • Linens
  • Non-halogen study lamps
  • Hangers
  • Personal belongings
  • Mini fridge
  • Basic cookware if desired
  • Shower caddy
What NOT to bring
  • Pets
  • Alcohol, tobacco, marijuana
  • Candles, incense, open flames
  • Weapons or firearms (even decorative)
  • Halogen torch lamps
  • Nails, screws, drywall anchors
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