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By: Sheares Media

This is a video preview of what kind of room you can expect to stay in, in Sheares Hall: Features of each block: We only offer single rooms, Each room is electronically coded with a keycard lock, (Your matriculation/student card is the coded key card — think hotel rooms) All blocks are gated with an electronic keycard lock that is accessible…

By: Kiang Kuang

What you can expect as an incoming Shearite Hi potential Shearites! My name is DaSH, the Sheares Hall Mascot, also a resident of Sheares Hall. My job is to help you decide on whether you should stay in Sheares Hall, and so I shall give you an overview of the Sheares Experience. Before entering Sheares Hall, be prepared to be…

By: Kiang Kuang

For incoming Freshman in AY14/15 Application to all halls and residences in NUS is centrally managed by the Office of Student Affairs (OSA). To apply for Sheares Hall, please do it via the University Hostel Management System portal by the NUS OSA. An application fee of S$26.75 (inclusive of GST) is charged for applying to stay in halls and residences. Deadline for…

By: Kiang Kuang

Hello everyone! Sheares Hall will be setting up a booth for Open Day 16th March 2014 at University Town, on Level 2 of the Education Resource Centre! If you would like to be a Shearite as you have seen in the video, do approach us and we’ll tell you more!

By: Sheares Media

(Full Photo Album at the bottom of this page!)  It was a day to celebrate old friendships and give to the next generation. The Dunearn Road Hostels/Sheares Hall Charity Golf, held to commemorate 60 years of Dunearn Road Hostels (DRH) and 30 years of Sheares Hall (SH), drew an enthusiastic response from ex-Hall residents. Dunearn Road Hostels, set up in…

By: Sheares Media

An exhibition to bring back fond memories and the good old times of residents of Dunearn Road Hostel (DRH) and Sheares Hall. The main purpose of this exhibition is to appreciate the hard works and journey that DRH and Sheares Hall have gone through which contribute to the Sheares Hall we live in today. Various activities such as thumb printing…

By: Sheares Media

Written by Joyce For those who are unfamiliar with Chingay, it is an annual street performance put up by various local and international cultural groups, and is usually held in conjunction with the Lunar New Year. Its origins in Singapore began in 1973, when the authorities decided to introduce the Parade as a way to bring back festive cheer to…