We are able to make a range of adaptations to make our accommodation work for Members with different needs.
Talk to us about your needs
The vast majority (around 90 percent) of the College is fully accessible to wheelchair users, including the Great Hall, and we have rooms available in William Goodenough House for students who are wheelchair users.
We have five en-suite single rooms with bathrooms and two small studio flats with bathroom and kitchen facilities that are suitable for wheelchair users. An additional room can be provided for a personal assistant, if required. This will be charged separately.
The small studio flats are usually used by single Members but can be used by couples.
We can make minor adjustments to accommodation and provide additional equipment where needed, such as vibrating alarms for those with an auditory impairment, flashing alarms and doorbells for those with a visual impairment and emergency alarms for those with conditions such as epilepsy or diabetes.
If you have a disability which means you have additional needs, please contact Caroline Persaud on +44 020 7520 1570, or via email – email@example.com to discuss your requirements as early as possible. We encourage students with additional needs to talk to us and, if possible, arrange a time to come into College to look at our accommodation or to organise for someone else to come and visit on their behalf.
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En suite bedroom A: £291.45 per week
Studio flat: £371.52 per week
More room information
All rooms are centrally heated with bills and contents insurance included in your rent. In addition, each House has communal kitchens and laundries for the exclusive use of residents. The rent includes hot water, heating, electricity and Wi-Fi.
The wheelchair-friendly rooms are located on the ground floor of the College’s William Goodenough House (WGH) building. The building has a laundry for the exclusive use of residents and, for residents in rooms without a kitchen, there is a communal kitchen, with adjustable work benches and sinks.
Pets cannot be kept in our rooms or flats. However, an assistance animal, usually a dog, that is trained to perform specific tasks necessary for the daily living and health and safety of a Member with a disability will be considered. We do not permit therapy, emotional support or assistance animals not trained for specific tasks associated with a disability to live with Members in single rooms or flats.