St Regulus Hall wardens

Updated on: 6 December 2023

St Regulus Hall was built in 1880s as a hotel, and was extended in the 1950s after being acquired by the University. It is beside St Mary’s Quadrangle, and several other arts buildings.


The team is available: 

  • Monday to Friday, from 7pm to 8am 
  • Saturday and Sunday, from 2pm to 8am 

There is a daily drop-in session from 7pm to 7.30pm in the wardens’ office. 


Phone: +44 (0)1334 46 7059 


The team

Halls Life Coordinator

Dr Cassice Last

Hello, my name is Cassice Last and I am the Warden of St Regulus Hall. We are a small traditional hall of about 175 residents, perfectly located near the heart of the old part of town.  

With my team of assistant wardens, who live in the hall, we work to ensure that St Regulus is a safe and enjoyable home from home for all our residents. One of us will be in the wardens’ office from 7pm to 7.30pm every day. You can also see us at meal times. Come and chat with us and share any concerns. Please also suggest ideas for events you would like us to organise or ways in which we can make your experience in St Regulus better. 

Assistant wardens

Andrew Milne

Hey guys, I’m Andy. I’m a second year PhD student in International Relations studying quantum understandings of consciousness and how they might change understandings of different cultural and religious knowledge systems. If you don’t want to talk to me about my clearly fascinating research, I also love running along the coast, swimming at East Sands, being mediocre at chess, and preaching at people about meditation.

Elizabeth Mason

I’m Lizzy and my favourite thing to do in town is to walk to East Sands along the coast and admire all the dogs walking with their owners.

Jordina Frances de Mas

I’m Jordina, a PhD student in the School of Computer Science. I finished my MSc in Formal Methods here three years ago. I studied Mathematics and Physics before that. I’m a foodie but I don’t like cooking. I’m always eager to learn new things, from sciences to arts and everything in between. I also really enjoy nature, hiking, rock climbing, skiing, driving and travelling. I look forward to meeting you all, so please don’t hesitate to say hi, have a chat or ask for help whenever I’m around.

Guide category

Student support