Built in 2009, McCrory Hall for the Performing Arts is home to our theater and music programs.
SAS Conference Services offers your organization a beautiful and centrally-located venue for all your gathering needs. Located between Atlanta and Nashville, on the beautiful Cumberland Plateau, SAS is the perfect location to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city to celebrate, collaborate, and create. We provide a full-line of conference and event services. Our meeting spaces are available for use year round and we offer lodging services from May to September. We also offer assistance with dining, off-site event and conference program coordination.
- Professional Development Conferences / Board Meeting
- Sports Camps
- Government Agency Seminars
- Religious Conventions
- Institutes and Seminars
- Youth Camp and Leadership Programs
- Family Reunions / Weddings
- Musical / Theatrical Performances
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Each day, students and faculty gather for meals in the historic Robinson Dining Hall which was built in 1931.
Restored and rededicated in 2016, St. Andrew's Chapel is the spiritual heart of the SAS community.
The gymnasium includes a basketball/volleyball court, weight room, locker room, athletic trainer's room, and the athletics offices.
Perched atop the Cumberland Plateau, between Nashville and Chattanooga, St. Andrew's-Sewanee and the surrounding communities offer beautiful views, excellent dining, and more outdoor activities than a visitor can accomplish in a single visit.
Sewanee, home to the University of the South, provides year-round cultural and athletic opportunities, including lectures, concerts, art exhibitions, movies, plays, a five-week Summer Music Festival and the nationally-renowned Sewanee Writers' Conference. The University's gothic stone architecture (quarried from local sandstone) is similar to that of Oxford University in England. Downtown Sewanee includes restaurants, gift stores, and an outdoor venue for concerts. Local artisans and craftsmen sell their wares in local shops and at frequent fairs.
The 13,000-acre domain of the University, which adjoins the SAS campus, is a paradise of forests, bluffs, and waterfalls with 65 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. The views are incredible, with cliffs dropping off a thousand feet to the valley below. Additional outdoor recreation, including boating and caving, can be pursued at the region's state parks. Canoeing and whitewater rafting are also just a short drive away.
Sewanee provides a central starting point for exploring Nashville, Chattanooga, and Atlanta. In addition to its country music roots, Nashville offers 4-star dining, a vibrant contemporary art scene, museums, professional sports, shopping, and all genres of music. Chattanooga, rated a top family getaway by Southern Living magazine and Outside magazine's best town, is home to a world-class aquarium and American art museum, a zoo, children's museum, IMAX theatre, and a variety of outdoor recreation.
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Director of Auxiliary Programs