The Lodge has a number of purposes, including: collecting and handing back bedroom and meeting room keys, collecting and posting mail, dealing with lost property, delivering academic work to College lecturers and Fellows, dealing with emergencies and reporting security issues.
Outside of the period 7.00 am to 6.00 pm from Monday to Friday, the Lodge is primarily concerned with issues of safety and security. They are able to get in touch with the appropriate staff, including the Junior Deans and emergency services.
An online system is in operation for booking sports and other facilities (Music House, squash courts, punts). Punting, as an activity, involves risks. Those taking out a punt need to be aware that they are taking on those risks and should exercise considerable care. Taking out a punt means that you are prepared to abide by the conditions of use.
If you live in College, the College will supply a mattress and all bedding. At the beginning of the year you will be asked to verify the inventory for the contents and condition of your room/flat using on online form. Any damages or losses will be recorded at the end of each term and, under the Residential Agreement, there will be charges for any loss or damage other than for fair wear and tear.
Some basic contents insurance has already been arranged for you inside your room with Endsleigh. You can check the policy details and amend you cover by entering your policy number: HH1110.
You can apply to stay in College during the vacations by returning and completing the appropriate form.
Our busy housekeeping team, known as ‘scouts’ (cleaners) take pride in making the St Catz look its best, cleaning rooms and communal areas around the College. You are permitted to place a Do Not Disturb notice on your door and place your waste bin outside of it, to restrict access until 11.00 am on days other than the pre-arranged cleaning day. Please only do this when absolutely necessary.
There is a self-service launderette in the College, payable using the Upay system, and ironing facilities are also available.
If you have a maintenance requirement, please complete the Maintenance Request Form, below. If there is an urgent difficulty over the weekend, please report this to the Lodge.
Meals in hall are paid for using your University Card, via the Upay system.
There is a self-service breakfast and lunch served every day, as well as the Buttery, open for a few hours in the mornings and afternoons serving light snacks and refreshments. In the evenings, Scaf (self-service dinner, light snacks and refreshments) is available, as well as a formal dinner in Hall with waiter and waitress service.
Opening hours and weekly menus are available on the JCR website. The bar is open Monday to Saturday 18:30 – 23:30 during term time.