The community comes together for a multitude of events, bringing students from different cultures and background together to experience new and exciting traditions and events. Examples include a Jamaican Jerk festival and Chinese New Year; and regular staples such as tea parties and end of semester programming. Photo: YNC Photography ClubRead More
Each of the three Residential Colleges have their own courtyard. They are social spaces on campus where students from different cohorts, faculty members, and residential staff meet and mingle or bond over activities
organised by the Residential College offices and their respective College Councils.
Student activities thrive in the Main Quad, an open and flexible space dedicated to the residents of Yale-NUS. Want to do yoga midday, or even organise an outdoor acapella performance? Many public events open to friends, family, and the general public have been held in the main quad. Photo: Public Affairs Office
*Image: Within the Main Quad
With heritage trees that are species native to Singapore, the Campus Core is the largest green space on campus where the original topography of University Town was preserved during the construction of Yale-NUS. Many first-time visitors are drawn to this green landscape at the core of the campus. Photo: Public Affairs OfficeRead More
Each Residential College has its own courtyard, which are outdoor spaces for students to relax in-between classes with friends, meet classmates and professors to talk about projects, or hold social gatherings with their student organisations. It’s a common space where the Residential College community of students, staff and faculty comes together to celebrate a multitude of events.Read More