Guests in your Room

College bedrooms are provided for the sole use of the designated College member; long-term sharing or sub-letting is not allowed.

Any offer of College rooms on couch surfing websites such as couchsurfing.com ,trustroots.com ,bewelcome.com or any others offering similar services, is strictly forbidden and will result in termination of your accommodation license.

Occasional overnight guests are permitted, providing your guest is signed in using the Guest Book in the Porters’ Lodge. 'Occasional' means just that: once in a while or now and then. For example, once or twice a term for one or two nights would be 'occasional'.  Only one guest per room is allowed.  Long-term or regular sharing is not allowed and is in breach of your license conditions.  You must register any overnight guests with the Porters' Lodge in order to comply with fire evacuation procedures. Failure to do so could result in your accommodation license being terminated.

 Additional beds, mattresses (including blow-up mattresses) and futons are not permitted in student rooms.

Students may welcome occasional guests to use the common rooms of their building (eg. hosting a small dinner, studying together, quiet socialising) but this must remain 'occasional' and must not disrupt other residents of the accommodation. Students hosting visitors in accommodation properties more than occasionally may lose this privilege,and will be asked to use the College facilities such as the common room.

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