St Salvator's Hall
8 The Scores
+44 (0)1334 467147
St Salvator’s Hall was originally built in 1930, and lies in a central, but quiet, location between The Scores and North Street adjacent to the United College Quadrangle. The hall boasts an impressive oak-paneled dining room, featuring a series of stained glass windows commemorating founders and benefactors of the University.
The building is in close proximity to the Castle, and Castle sands. It is close to several Arts buildings in the centre of town, and a full range of shops are within a minute’s walk of St Salvator’s Hall.
- Traditional Hall of Residence
- Furnished bedrooms, with shared kitchen and bathroom facilities
- Communal facilities include a reading room, library, games room with a snooker table and TV projector, common room with a piano, and laundry facilities
- Standard undergraduate contract Starts 10am Saturday 6th September 2014 (excludes Inter semester break when residents will have to vacate by 10am on 20 December 2014 and return 21 January 2015. First meal breakfast on 22 January) Spring vacation is on a self-catered basis.
- Single rooms: 65
- Shared rooms: 63
- 19 meals per week
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner is served on weekdays
- Breakfast and lunch on weekends
Residence fees 2014-2015
- Catered single: £5,945
- Catered shared: £5,359
Life in St Salvator's Hall
St Salvator's Hall, or more commonly known by its residents as 'Sallies', is a traditional hall of residence in St Andrews. Sallies accommodates approximately 190 undergraduate students. About a third of the residents are returning students and the others two thirds are first years. Sallies is situated in the centre of town close to all amenities and offers great views of the North Sea, St Andrews Castle or St Salvator's Lawn. There is not a bad view from any room!
Sallies is one of the last halls in St Andrews which continues long standing traditions, one of these being High Table; every Thursday a small group of students are selected to attend a formal dinner in Hall with a prominent member of the community and/or university academic staff. This is a great way to meet other students and see your professors in a social setting. Everyone gets a chance to sit at High table throughout the year, and is regarded by past residents as one of the highlights of their year.
Due to the size of Sallies, there is a very tight knit community and a feeling of homeliness. The hall committee is constantly on hand for assistance and runs weekly events throughout the year from the Sallies Hall Ball, to quiz nights and wine tasting.
Sallies also has a fantastic team of wardens who are always available for a chat or pastoral care. Along with the wardens, there is always a friendly face in Sallies and Residential Services Managers, Kitchen Staff, Cleaners and Porters work hard to ensure that Sallies feels like a home away from home. Please feel free to join the St Salvator's Hall group on Facebook.
Want to find out more? Check out the St Salvator's Hall's online video!
HMO Licence Number: F1779/11