What costs are covered in the Residence Charge?
The Residence Charge covers the rent of the room, the services of a bedmaker, bed linen, duvet, furniture, hot water, network use, access to a kitchen for snack preparation, heating and electricity.
Do I have to pay a deposit?
All students are required to pay a £250.00 deposit, regardless of whether they live in or not. You will be invoiced at the beginning of September and expected to have paid it within 10 days.
Can I live out of College Accommodation?
Graduates can choose to find their own accommodation in Cambridge. You may find the following website helpful: http://www.accommodation.cam.ac.uk/
How much notice do I need to give if I wish to live out?
Graduates are required to sign an Occupancy Agreement for 50 weeks (24 September 2016 - 09 September 2017). If an occupant wishes to move out they are required to give at least one full term’s notice, except in the summer Long Vacation Term (24 June - 09 September), when 4 weeks’ notice is required. Full details of the notice requirements are included in the Occupancy Agreement.
Can I have a fridge in my room? Can I put posters on the walls?
See Information for Junior Members page here (p.28)
Is insurance provided?
The College provides a basic insurance for student possessions kept in their room through Endsleigh insurance. Please note this does not include bicycles, mobile phones or laptops outside the College room. For more information, please see the following links: Certificate of Insurance and Key Facts
What other facilities are provided?
Rooms are cleaned and bed linen is changed once a week. Washing machines and driers are available in most graduate buildings. There are card-operated launderette facilities on site. For further information see the Information for Junior Members page here (p.16).
Is there a Smoking Policy?
Yes. Smoking is not permitted in any private or public room of the College, nor on any staircase, hallway, walkway or balcony. However, there are certain exceptions. Please see Information for Junior Members pages here (p.24) and here (p.56/57) for more details.
Is accommodation available for couples?
The College has 2 small flats suitable for graduates with partners; these are for graduate students only and are allocated by ballot; the flats are not suitable for children. There are no College crèche facilities and no accommodation for students with children.
Who can I contact for further information?
Please contact the Accommodation Officer.
Does the College adhere to any code of practice with regard to accommodation?