The Saugman Common Room

This room is the main area for Members to meet and socialise, with many College events taking place here. Located in the original wing of the college with a view over the Blackwell Quad through large windows, the Saugman room, a former cloister has an authentic character. Stocked with an extremely wide range of daily newspapers and monthly journals, the Common Room is a great place to relax and mingle with other College members.

The Hall

Located in the South wing, the Hall is a highly attractive dining room, seating up to 120 people for lunch every day and a range of special dinners and feasts throughout the term.

The large windows offer superb views to the college garden, which together with the high ceilings make this room a light, airy and comfortably spacious area.

The St Cross Room

The St Cross room is a meeting space for College committees. Offering presentation facilities and specially made furniture by London designer Luke Hughes, this room allows College business to be conducted in comfort and style. 

The Café and Bar

The College operates a café open Monday - Friday from 08:30 - 14:00. 

The space also doubles as the College's bar, open for special events.

The West Wing Lecture Theatre

The College's lecture theatre seats 100 and has modern presentation facilities. Our own talks series take place here, as well as external events and seminars, and arts events such as film screenings.

The Large Seminar Room

Our large seminar room has double doors opening out onto the quad, and a large boardroom table for committee meetings.

The Sybil Dodd Room

Our Sybil Dodd small seminar room can be divided into two providing flexible meeting space.

The van Heyningen Room

The Van Heyningen Room displays some of the College's most beautiful artwork, together with a section of our library, thus creating an elegant and intimate environment. Meetings and dinners can be held in this room up to a maximum of 10 people.

Ian Skipper Room

The Ian Skipper Room is a modern space for College meetings and committees. Folding tables allow the room to be configured to meet a variety of needs and a large window allows for ample natural light.