There is additional accommodation for fee-paying students in high-quality College flats on two annexe sites in the city: 

East Oxford site

The East Oxford site is just less than 3 km from the central College site and next to the College's Sports Ground. These are self-contained, self-catering flats with 3 or 4 bedrooms, an open plan living/dining room and kitchen, and a bathroom/toilet. All residents have use of the large gardens at the site.

Flats for established couples at the East Oxford site

The College has 11 one-bedroom flats for established couples in a dedicated block (Thelwall House). These are available to married couples and couples in civil partnerships, and to unmarried graduates who are in a stable relationship. The flats comprise an entrance hall, an open plan living room/dining room with a fully fitted kitchen off, a double bedroom, a small study and a bathroom/toilet. Application for the flats is open to graduates in any year whilst they are paying fees. Allocation is made at the start of August each year, with priority being given to married couples and those in civil partnerships.

North Oxford site

The North Oxford site is situated about 1 km from the central College site, near to the University Science Area. The flats comprise three single bedrooms, a bathroom/WC and a kitchen/dining room. There is also a conservatory for the use of residents, and a large garden area to the rear of the flats.

General information for all flats at the Annexe sites

All flats are fully furnished with electric cookers and refrigerators, but students must provide their own cooking equipment, crockery and cutlery. Bedding and towels are not provided. Basic cleaning equipment is provided in each flat/house, and there are communal vacuum cleaners in each block. Each site has a laundry, with token operated automatic washing machines and tumble dryers. The laundries also have an iron and ironing board which can be used free of charge.

All flats have free ethernet access to the College and University computer networks, but telephone service, if required, must be arranged by the occupants directly with the telephone company. There is a public payphone at both complexes. Televisions are not provided, and students wishing to bring their own will need a valid television licence.

There are regular bus services from both sites, to and from the city centre, and many students choose to cycle to College. There are locked bicycle sheds at both sites. Limited car parking is available at both sites, but parking permits must be displayed. Due to restrictions on space only one car per flat is allowed a permanent permit, which gives permission to park on site but does not guarantee a space.

We regret that we are unable to accommodate children in any of our properties, as we have no accommodation suitable for families. Please note that the keeping of animals and other pets is not allowed.