The Cloisters are University of Mary student apartments whose names draw inspiration from our treasured Benedictine Tradition and strike a special chord with Rome study-abroad students.
Subiaco, the easternmost building, takes its name from the Italian valley and town in which St. Benedict first retreated as a hermit before emerging to found 12 monasteries. Not only did The Rule of St. Benedict greatly influence the spread of monasticism, it has intimately contributed to the formation of the mission and identity of the University of Mary.
Subiaco offers fine apartment living for juniors, seniors, and graduate students. It has 11 two-bedroom units and one one-bedroom unit. In addition, students will enjoy gathering in the newly renovated Chesterton’s, which is adjacent to The Cloisters.
Apartment Style | Upperclassmen
- Resident Population: 46
- Open during Christmas Break
- Completion of a minimum of 60 credits
- Maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0
- Maintain a student conduct level at or below a Level 3
- Washer and dryer
- Wired internet
- Wifi access
- Air conditioning
- Dining table & chairs
- Full kitchen
- Single or double occupancy
- Twin XL bed
- Desk & chair
Our apartments include shared spaces of a living room, full kitchen, and two full bathrooms along with two double-occupancy bedrooms. Residents are responsible for all regular cleaning of all apartment spaces throughout their housing contract.
Residence Director for the Apartments, Manager of Chesterton's
It is a true gift to plan for, spend time with, and form our students on a daily basis! My primary responsibilities entail planning formative and enjoyable programs for upperclassmen men and women, supervising a team of dedicated Resident Assistants, coordinating the logistics surrounding daily life in the Apartments, and overseeing many of the activities that take place at Chesterton's, our campus pub!