St Regulus Hall
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St Regulus Hall was originally built in 1880s as a hotel, and was extended in the 1950s after being acquired by the University. St Regulus Hall benefits from its history and old-fashioned charm, with the hall committee provides a sense of community.
St Regulus Hall is located in a quiet area close to the centre of town, directly next to St Mary’s Quadrangle, and several other Arts buildings.
- Traditional Hall of Residence
- Furnished bedrooms, with shared kitchen and bathroom facilities
- Communal facilities include a games room with a pool table, a library with a piano, a large TV room, a computer room, and laundry facilities
- Standard undergraduate contract Starts 10am Saturday 5 September 2015 (excludes Inter semester break when residents will have to vacate from 10am on 19 December 2015 and return 20 January 2016.
- Spring vacation is on a self-catered basis.
- Bed sizes are all single
- Single rooms: 98
- Shared rooms: 37
- 19 catered meals per week
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner is served on weekdays
- Breakfast and lunch on weekends
- Student catering menu
Residence fees 2015-2016
- Catered single: £6,150
- Catered shared: £5,544
HMO Licence Numbers: F2067/11, F2066/11, F2065/11
Life in St Regulus Hall
St Regulus Hall, usually referred to as "Regs", is one of the smallest of the undergraduate halls, with around 175 students. As a result it is a tight-knit and friendly community, with a strong and positive hall spirit. Most residents live in shared rooms, though single rooms are also available. Common areas include a common room with television and sofas, a games room, a library and a computer room. Regs is a fully catered hall with a lovely dining area large enough for the whole hall to sit down together, which is fantastic when we have one of our regular formal dinners.
The student committee organise a variety of events throughout the year, including hall parties, karaoke, quizzes, and the annual hall ball. The Wardens host frequent wine and cheese nights in the library (a great excuse for dressing up in your academic gown) as well as more informal events. You should join their facebook groups, where you will find out about all this and more: