Classrooms, rehearsal rooms, and teaching studios are centrally located in buildings on the campus of The University of the South. Most concerts are held in the 1,000-seat auditorium at Guerry Hall. Outdoor concerts are held in a charming courtyard known as Guerry Garth. The annual Brass Concert and large choral-orchestral works are presented in All Saints’ Chapel, a soaring neo-Gothic space with cathedral acoustics. St. Luke’s Chapel, our 125-seat recital hall, is often used as a venue for master classes and small recital performances.
Housing, Meals, and Medical Care
Students are housed in university dormitories and arranged by age and gender. Dorms are supervised by qualified adults and assisted by college student proctors. The University’s campus dining facility, McClurg Dining Hall, serves meals three times daily.
All students must be covered by health insurance. International students may make health insurance arrangements through their airline provider or contact SSMF by May 8, 2017 at email@example.com to arrange health insurance through The University of the South.
Area medical facilities include:
- Southern Tennessee Regional Hospital, on campus:available 24 hours a day for emergency and critical care services.
- Sewanee Pediatrics: available for students under 18.
- Mountain Medical Clinic in Monteagle, TN.
- Complete Express Care in Winchester, TN.
- Fast Pace Urgent Care in Winchester, TN.
Several special recreational outings are arranged each summer and include hiking, swimming, and caving. The Fowler Sports and Fitness center is a state-of-the-art athletic facility that houses a swimming pool, weight room, and courts for basketball, volleyball, handball, racquetball, and squash. Outdoor facilities include an all-weather track, 10 tennis courts, golf course, an equestrian center, and several fields for recreational sports.