Halls Life

The Halls Life teams at each of the University’s halls of residence are there to support you during your stay in the hall.

They organise events and social activities, and they also care for your wellbeing and safety.

Guides on halls of residence wardens and support

    Agnes Blackadder and Powell Halls (ABPH) wardens

    Agnes Blackadder and Powell halls are large accommodation blocks on the North Haugh. Powell is used for postgraduate accommodation and Agnes Blackadder for undergraduate.

    Andrew Melville Hall wardens

    Andrew Melville Hall is known for its ship-like appearance. It is a catered hall on the North Haugh.

    David Russell and Fife Park (DRAFP) wardens

    DRA is a modern complex completed in 2004. Fife Park offers modern accommodation completed in 2015. They are near the Sports Centre on the North Haugh.

    John Burnet Hall (JBH) wardens

    John Burnet Hall is between the town centre and the North Haugh. It is a short distance from both science and arts buildings, golf courses and the sea.

    McIntosh Hall wardens

    McIntosh Hall was built as the Chattan hotel and became part of the University in 1921. It stretches the full length of Abbotsford Crescent and is near the Students' Union and the town's main shopping area.

    Old Mill wardens

    Old Mill is in the centre of Dundee, close to the V&A Dundee museum and the royal research ship 'Discovery'.

    St Regulus Hall wardens

    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.

    St Salvator’s and Gannochy House wardens

    St Salvator’s Hall is in the centre of St Andrews and boasts an oak-panelled dining room, featuring a series of stained glass-stained-glass windows commemorating founders and benefactors of the University. Gannochy House is a more modern annexe.

    University Hall wardens

    University Hall is next to the Sports Centre, and is a short walk from the science buildings on the North Haugh. It was originally built in 1896 as an all-female residence.

    Who the hall wardens are and what they do

    Learn what services and support the Halls Life team offer student residents in the University’s halls of residence.