The College anticipates having 96 rooms available to offer to single graduates. The accommodation block has five floors. There is a comprehensive CCTV monitoring system, a lift and access is via an electronic card swipe system. A caretaker resides on-site for urgent maintenance support.
The rooms are divided into the following bands:
||NUMBER OF ROOMS
||PROVISIONAL 2022/23 MONTHLY RENT
||Large studio bedroom
||Studio bedrooms or largest of the bedrooms sharing a kitchen and washroom with one other resident
||Large bedroom sharing a washroom and kitchen with one other resident
||Standard bedroom sharing a washroom and kitchen with one other resident
||Large bedrooms sharing washrooms and a kitchen with seven other residents
||Standard bedrooms sharing washrooms and a kitchen with seven other residents
||Standard (single bed) bedrooms sharing washrooms and a kitchen with seven other residents
||Small (single bed) bedrooms sharing washrooms and a kitchen with seven other residents
Bathrooms in the accommodation block have a toilet, sink and shower. The 8-bed clusters have separate shower room, and a separate toilet and sink. Bedrooms in the 8-bed cluster flats have a built-in sink in each room. The first, second and third floors have two common rooms each. (NB: The building also has a ground floor and fourth floor).
The accessible rooms are reserved for students with special access requirements and, if so required, are priced at band E and F.
All bedrooms are at a minimum furnished with the following furniture:
- Queen or Single sized bed
- Desk Chair
- Chest of drawers
- Desk lamp
- Mattress and mattress protector
- Waste bin
- Pin board
Kitchens are furnished with the following:
- Oven and hob
- Fridge with freezer compartment (cluster rooms will have separate fridge and freezer)
Communal areas will have sofas, coffee tables, dining table and chairs.
Residents are expected to provide their own bedding (including duvet and pillow), kitchen utensils and crockery/cutlery. Parking on the site is very limited, if you require a parking space, please let the Admissions and Graduate Administrator know by emailing email@example.com, including why you would need to bring a car to Oxford.
Other amenities provided in the building:
- Free Wi-Fi
- Pay-As-You-Go laundry
- Bike rack
- Communal garden
Contract cleaners will clean the communal areas such as the common room along with the kitchen and washrooms within the 8 bedroom clusters. Students are responsible for their own washing up. Students in studio rooms and 2 bedroom flats are responsible for cleaning all areas within their own flat.
The college provides shared cleaning equipment such as vacuum cleaners, ironing boards, buckets and mops for use by the students. Students will have to provide their own cleaning supplies.
Students are responsible for the removal of all rubbish to the outside bins. Recycling bins are available for both general recycling and food waste.
Students with Partners and Families
Regrettably, Reuben College currently does not have accommodation suitable for couples and graduates with children. Graduate freshers who will be coming to Oxford with a partner or family are recommended to contact the University’s Graduate Accommodation Office (see below) for help finding either University or other accommodation.
Students with Special Needs and/or Disabilities
The College welcomes students with disabilities. There are two accessible flats within Farndon Court, which are available to students with special access and/or health requirements. To discuss any requirements in relation to your accommodation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.