At Mountain Meadows, learning is a continuing passion. Opportunities are readily available in our own community classes and discussion groups as well as through the life-long learning and education opportunities at a respected local university.


A number of committees organize stimulating, well-attended presentations and discussions in our state-of-the-art meeting rooms, including our Friday Forums, author conversations, and previews of local live theater. Our Library and monthly Book Club are on-site literary resources. The Chautauqua discussion group meets twice a month for lively and thoughtful consideration of topics of general interest. A variety of other resident-organized groups meet regularly to share intellectual interests. ... Learn More >>


The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), active at more than 120 colleges and universities across the country, has a vibrant and extensive program at Southern Oregon University. This formal education program, primarily for seniors, with instructors from the local area, many from Mountain Meadows, is an important part of our intellectual life at Mountain Meadows. Over 300 OLLI classes are presented every year at SOU, all available for a nominal annual fee. For more information on the program visit the OLLI website: (inside.sou.edu/olli) ... Read More >>


Only a short drive away, SOU is not only an economic pillar of the Ashland community, but also has a variety of academic programs, courses and resources that many of us enjoy. SOU has highly-regarded programs in the performing arts, including theater and music, as well as in environmental studies. With 6,200 students, SOU offers a wide ranges of undergraduate courses as well as several graduate programs For more information on SOU click here or visit sou.edu ... Read More >>

Internet Service Providers

Residents have access to several internet service providers, including Charter Spectrum with internet access in excess of 120 Mbps download, cable TV and voice-over-internet services; and Ashland Home Net with local support. A computer station using the Windows operating system with printer is available to residents in the Clubhouse. ... Read More >>