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Turl Street, OX1 3DW www.jesus.ox.ac.uk 01865 279 700


s one of the smaller undergraduate colleges, friendships in Jesus extend both within and across all different year groups. It’s this sort of atmosphere which has given the college a reputation as being one of the friendliest colleges in Oxford. The social atmosphere in college is strongly promoted by the range of very active societies. These include the predictable football and rugby teams, but also those which you might not expect to exist. The ‘Arty Farty’ society promotes the artistic talent of the College, which is particularly displayed annually in the Turl Street Arts Festival. This event takes place with Exeter and Lincoln, and is a great inter-college bonding experience, as well as providing an exciting week of concerts, plays and parties.


Jesus’ location on Turl Street means that the college is ideally situated next to the Covered Market and the main shopping areas within Oxford. Although this allows for easy access to sandwich shops and supermarkets, Jesus also provides three meals a day in Hall, providing great opportunities to socialize within the col- lege. While there’s a wide variety of food on of- fer it’s not compulsory, so there’s always scope for cooking yourself if you’re in the second or third year (or know people in these years).


Undergraduates 340


Rent £950 per term


Library 24/7


Famous Alumni T. E. Lawrence, Hilary Lister, Magnus Magnusson


The college has also got very good sports facili- ties near the accommodation on Cowley Road, including a football and rugby pitch. In sum- mer these are converted into cricket and tennis pitches, meaning that there are opportunities to play college sport all year around. Jesus has squash courts close to the centre of town – unsurprisingly there have been recent triumphs by Jesus in sports including Gaelic football, rugby, fencing and hockey.


Regardless of what activities you want to take up in your time here, you’ll be able to take advantage of our JCR, which includes a free pool table, a flat screen TV, free newspapers, a ping-pong table and XBOX 360. The JCR also has the infamous ‘hatch’ where you can enjoy drinks and snacks throughout the day, all paid for with your university card.


All in all, Jesus is well worth looking at – with accommodation available for the entirety of your course, a 24-hour library and free access to the Iffley Road gym, the combination of our facilities and the atmosphere in college makes it an amazing place to spend a few years.


Food


All meals available in hall except Satur- day dinner and Sunday breakfast. Hot options start at £2 to £3.


Facilities


Guaranteed all years living in, though some accommodation is off-site. Shared kitchens available for second and third years. Some ensuites for first years.


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