We expect to be able to accommodate most Freshers who wish to reside in accommodation arranged by College for the academic year 2018/19. If you are a part-time student staying in Oxford for a short time, we can offer you somewhere to stay in our short to medium-term accommodation.
Contact details for student residents
If you would like to discuss areas of your accommodation further, including provisions, your tenancy agreement, domestic arrangements, cleaning or other related issues please contact Charlotte Orton via email@example.com.
Accommodation Licence to Occupy
Students living in College accommodation are required to sign an Accommodation Acceptance form; this will be sent to you by the Accommodation Officer. Prior to signing that agreement, you will need to have read the Accommodation Licence to Occupy, a copy of which can be downloaded by clicking here.
If you have any maintenance issues please email Jason King the Facilities Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org
A House Officer has been appointed in each block at College and at Wellington Square. Please find their contact details on the pin board in each house.
Rent is due on or before the 1st of each month and can be made monthly or a full year in advance. Rent can be paid either via the Online Store (which is the preferred method of payment), over the phone or by person in the Finance Office by card or cash or via the bank by BACS and by Cheque payable to Kellogg College. Please note there is a 2% charge for paying by Credit Cards or Non-UK issue Debit Cards.
Please contact the Finance Office if you have any queries on, email@example.com
Termly Room Inspection
Each student room in College accommodation will be inspected once during the academic year. Student rooms are selected on a random basis, and you will be notified at least 7 days in advance with further information.
Cleaning of communal areas (kitchens, common rooms, and hallways) is provided at all sites. Basic cleaning of bedrooms is only provided in College-owned accommodation. However, you are expected to keep bedrooms and communal areas clean and tidy.
Accommodation is provided on a self-catering basis. Every room has access to kitchen or kitchenette facilities, including appliances and storage space. We suggest that students purchase crockery, pans, and utensils based upon actual need after arrival. Residents are not permitted to bring their own kitchen appliances.
The College Dining Hall serves lunch and dinner on weekdays during term, as well as brunches at weekends. The charges for these meals are added to students’ battels accounts to be settled at the end of each term.
IT and Wifi
All accommodation is connected to the University’s IT network and College-owned accommodation makes use of the University’s Wi-Fi provision. For all IT and Wifi issues please contact the IT Officer via firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking is not permitted.
Access to accommodation
Kellogg College is committed to making arrangements to enable any student with a disability to participate as fully as possible in student life. Students with disabilities or specific needs are encouraged to notify the College as soon as possible, so that we can make every effort to make adjustments to accommodate your needs.
The nature of our old buildings inevitably makes access difficult to some areas, but some major spaces in the College, such as the Dining Hall, MCR Common Room, Library and Circulation Space, are now accessible by wheelchair and we have adapted a fully equipped student flat on site to be accessible.
If you would like to discuss your particular needs that are academic- related please contact the Academic Administrator, Sarah O’Brien via, email@example.com.
Alternatively, please contact the Accommodation Officer, Charlotte Orton via firstname.lastname@example.org for accommodation enquiries.
Kellogg College subscribes to The Universities UK Code of Practice for the Management of Student Housing this is available for here.