Queen's Lane • Oxford • OX1 4AR • Tel: +44 (0)1865 279000
If you're a first-year undergraduate student, you're guaranteed a room in our main Queen’s Lane site, so you'll quickly get to know everyone in College. Some of the rooms are in old buildings and some in our modern Kelly and Emden buildings. After the first year, you can choose to live out or take a room in one of our nearby annexes:
Just five minutes’ walk away across Magdalen Bridge, the Isis houses 45 undergraduates. Right opposite the University Sports Complex, it’s also close to the buzzing cosmopolitan student area of Cowley Road.
Our newest accommodation opened in 2004. Located just across Magdalen Bridge, it’s home to 55 students who all live in en-suite rooms.
Our Graduate Centre is made up of 17, 19 and 26 Norham Gardens, 1 and 2 Crick Road and Brockhues Lodge. These properties are large Victorian houses in leafy North Oxford, fifteen minutes’ walk from College across the University Parks. The peaceful setting makes it popular with graduate and fourth year students.
In Michaelmas term a room ballot is held so that students can choose a room for their third and fourth year of study. Any rooms remaining following the ballot are offered to students for their second year of study.
Dining at Formal Hall is a quintessential part of Oxford college life, and at Teddy Hall the experience forms a special part of our sense of community. Formal Halls are held on Tuesdays and Fridays during term time.
Our award-winning chef aims to meet all your dietary needs, and we regularly provide vegetarian, vegan, kosher and halal meals. Care should be taken when booking meals to state any dietary requirements.
The deadline for bookings for Tuesday Formal Hall is 12 midday on the preceding Friday. The deadline for Friday Formal Hall is 12 midday on the preceding Tuesday. You can book your Formal Hall meals online.
Normal meals in Hall don't have to be pre-booked, unless you have a special dietary requirement.
Meal times are as follows:
Bodleian Cards (University identification cards) contain information on a magnetic strip or bar code. Financial credits for meals etc can either be topped up in the Bursary during opening hours, or 24 hours online.