Corpus Christi College Oxford

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Accommodation

 

We guarantee all undergraduates College rooms for the duration of their three or four year course in Oxford. Graduates are entitled to two year's College accommodation. Private sector accommodation in Oxford is expensive and often difficult to find but this is not a problem members of Corpus need face unless they want to. Limited married accommodation is also available but not guaranteed (contact the Domestic Bursar for more information).


Our student accommodation is both comfortable and reasonably priced. Rooms are available throughout the main part of the College, in the newly refurbished (2016) Jackson and Oldham Buildings, Magpie Lane and Kybald Twychen (just across Merton Street - see map), and off-site at the Liddell Building (situated next to the University Gymnasium and Sports Ground, a five-minute bike ride away) and the newly constructed Lampl Building (45 en-suite rooms just off Park End Street). All undergraduate first years are housed on-site and second, third and fourth year undergraduates and all graduates are entered into a ballot to be housed either in one of the nine houses situated within about a mile of the City centre or in the rooms on the central site, 35 of which provide en-suite facilities. Apart from these, all rooms are single study-bedrooms with washbasins and shared bathrooms.


We also have some accommodation suitable for disabled students. At present, the upper part of the library and the JCR are only accessible to wheelchair users through the use of a stairclimber, but the accessibility of all College rooms is under review."


Daily/Weekly average room rate = £21.81/£152.67


Length of undergraduate contract in days 3 x 60 days = 180


4th year scientists on extended terms are charged the standard 60 days rent per term plus £15 per day for the period between the end of 'standard' term and the end of the extended term.


Students who wish to remain in college accommodation for a short period at the end of term or return early prior to the start of term can apply to do so; however, accommodation cannot be guaranteed nor can it be guaranteed that it will be in a student's term-time room.


The daily rate for a room in the vacation is £15 if staying for academic study related directly to a student's course.  The daily rate charged for those wishing to stay for extra-curricular activity (both academic, for example an internship, and non academic) is £19.


If a student is staying in college accommodation in the vacation for academic study approved by their tutors they can apply for assistance to cover some of the costs via vacation credit..  Students can apply for a vacation residence credit (£15 per night) up to a maximum of 14 nights a year for 1st and 2nd years and up to 21 nights a year for Finalists.  

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