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xeter is the oldest of the Turl Street colleges, set right in the centre of Oxford near every shop, pub or convenience you could possibly want.


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But walk through the College lodge and it’s an- other world! Exeter has one of the larger main quads in Oxford, and it is always full of Exoni- ans eating lunch, chatting or just procrastinat- ing. Carry on through Exeter College and you’ll see the gothic chapel, one of Oxford’s finest, and then Fellows Garden, where students can be found sunbathing, playing croquet or having a picnic.


Exeter has its own JCR-run charity, ExVac, which involves undergrads taking under- privileged children on a two-week holiday near Windsor. The scheme is adored by students and children alike and is a source of great pride for the College.


Exeter is one of the few colleges to have an annual ball. It’s known as one of the best in Oxford, but is also one of the cheapest.


Sport is an integral part of college life, and Ex- eter’s success belies the College’s average size. The Boat Club is one of the largest and most successful on the river, and there is a range of


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popular and competition-winning sports teams, from rugby to ice-hockey. Exeter also has one of Oxford’s largest college ski trips for novices and experts alike.


There are frequent open mic nights, variety shows and music evenings, and the choir is one of the most famous in Oxford, frequently touring all over the world. Exeter also runs the Turl Streets Arts Festival with Jesus and Lincoln colleges - a weeklong festival of music, drama and art.


Great food is always on offer – Exeter has won the Oxford college ‘Chef of the Year’ award for the food, and there is a range of food available from the sandwich bar from 12pm to 9pm.


While rent may be above average, Exeter has one of the most generous financial support schemes in the University and any student can apply. Moreover, although not everyone can live in, most students really enjoy the opportunity to live out in a house.


With the majority of college inhabited by first- years, the atmosphere changes from year to year, though what always remains is an active, close-knit community where all are welcomed.


Food


Breakfast, lunch and dinner every day of the week at reasonable prices. Sand- wiches also available from the snack bar.


Facilities


JCR kitchen and kitchens in annexes shared between 15. Mostly shared bath- rooms.


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