Here, you can find information about how the ballot system works, as well as details about all the different rooms and houses.

At Corpus, every undergraduate student is provided with college accommodation for the duration of their course. First years are usually given rooms in the Oldham/Jackson Building, which is practically opposite the main college site on the other side of Merton Street. There is then a ballot system to decide accommodation for second, third and fourth years; those with exams in the coming year are given first pick.

There are a number of spacious rooms in college overlooking the quad, as well as a few rooms round the corner on Magpie Lane. A wide range of college-owned off-site accommodation includes Liddell Building on Iffley Road, which has several three or four person flats, the Lampl Building on Park End St, and some houses on Banbury Road  and Walton Street.

The college provides three meals a day in hall except Saturday, and there are also kitchen facilities available to all undergraduates. There are laundry facilities, with washing machines and tumble driers which can be operated using a pay-as-you go card purchased from the lodge. All rooms have wired and wireless internet connections.

A list of all on-site accommodation can be found here, and all off-site accommodation here. We also survey JCR members on how they found their rooms: 2017 results and 2016 results.

This website is still under construction and we aim to make more information on accommodation available in the nearer future. Until then, please contact the JCR Accommodation Officer with any queries.