During the program, students will be staying in either Agnes Blackadder Hall (also called New Hall) or the David Russell Apartments, both on the University of St Andrews campus.
New Hall is a modern student living building, but still has a classic Scottish theme. In New Hall, each student will have a spacious private bedroom and bathroom. New Hall also has communal areas such as a kitchen facility, a computer room, a coffee bar, and a music room. In addition, there is elevator access to all levels. To learn more about New Hall, please click here.
The David Russell Apartments encompasses both David Russell Apartments and Fife Park. David Russell Apartments is comprised of 15 houses; Fife Park has 43 houses. Both communities share a central facilities building, laundry and computer room, as well as the Wardenial Team and the Management Team. A typical apartment within Russell houses five individuals, with en-suite bathrooms, a shared communal lounge and kitchen. A typical house in Fife Park accommodates six individuals, who share a shower room and a wash room, as well as a kitchen. To learn more about the David Russell Apartments and Fife Park, please click here.
As a new program, the Baylor Law School Academy of the Advocate at St Andrews has been provisionally approved by the American Bar Association Accreditation Committee.
"The University of St Andrews strives to make the campus accessible to all users. The University does recognise that, due to the ancient and medieval layout of the town and campus, limitations can be encountered. However, . . . the University endeavours to ensure that all its users are aware of the facilities on offer at the University." http://www.disabledgo.com/en/org/university-of-st-andrews (a website that is linked from the St Andrews website at http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/staff/academic/disabilities/physicalaccess/. For information about accessibility in Scotland, visit http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/....