Chaminade has a proud boarding tradition dating back to our founding in 1910. For more than a century we have hosted students from all over the United States and the world. The resident hall is important in the creation of a diverse learning environment and helps create a family atmosphere that is a trademark of a Marianist education.
With the building of Marianist Hall, we are able to move our residency program into the modern era, allowing us to better serve our students and continue the legacy we have built for over 100 years.
Each room will be home to two students. A shared bathroom with full amenities will be assigned to a maximum of four students. The bedrooms will feature sustainable design including a high efficiency HVAC system, motion sensor LED lighting and accommodations for modern technology.
Our resident program is a long standing hallmark of life on the Chaminade campus and is fundamental to our culture. By embarking on a project to provide a new facility to house our resident students, we are committing to an ongoing rich and diverse environment for all of our Chaminade Gentlemen. We know that this environment is vital for them to succeed in the global community of tomorrow.
Gathering spaces will be available throughout the building to allow for students to come together as they relax and become accustomed to the family spirit that is such a large part of the Chaminade experience.
Chaminade currently houses students from 14 countries, including Mexico, Canada, China, Thailand, Finland, and Spain. With students coming from all over the world, we are able to provide a culturally diverse learning environment.