Full-time students come into the community with a wide range of experiences and interests, some direct from other colleges or university; others have considerable work experience, some are single, others are married.
The Common Room is the centre of the College's social life, with a licensed bar and a busy diary of events. If you're a musician, you can join in with a variety of music making; if you're into sports, there's a football and cricket field, plus a croquet lawn.
The community includes families, of course, and partners and children are valued members of the community.
Pets are accepted and suitable accommodation can generally be provided.
Within this active and busy environment, students are encouraged to work out how to organise enough time and space for themselves and become accustomed to the public nature of ordained ministry.
Where You Live
Single students are provided with furnished single study bedrooms, many are en-suite and others are traditional sets with separate bedroom and study areas with shared bathroom facilities. There is also a shared lounge and kitchen for the exclusive use of single students.
Students with families are provided with unfurnished flats either on the campus or in nearby properties, with a study in College if available. In term-time, all meals for students are provided, and students' families are welcome to come in for certain meals.