St Catharine's graduate accommodation is all within easy reach of Cambridge city centre and the College's main site. All our residences are served well by local amenities, and are particularly convenient for either the University Library and Sidgwick Site or the Downing Site and Judge Business School. You'll be part of a graduate community, enabling you to stay sociable throughout your busy academic life.
Accommodation for incoming graduates
We aim to offer accommodation to all new single research students in their first year (on condition that they confirm their place before 1 September in the year of admission). Accommodation in subsequent years is offered strictly subject to availability. We also have a limited amount of accommodation for couples.
Eligible students will be asked to indicate whether they wish to live in College accommodation when their College membership is confirmed, with accommodation offers made once admission is confirmed by the Graduate Admission Office. If you express a preference for a particular residence, we'll try to satisfy it, but please remember that accommodation is allocated on a first come-first served basis.
St Catharine’s currently has the following graduate residences, all within walking or cycling distance of the College and City Centre. A quick guide is available below. Click on the name of each residence to view more details:
|Residence||Number of Units||Occupancy||Bathroom||Car Park|
|Russell Street||66||Single||En-Suite||Very limited|
|South Green Lodge||28||Not for graduates in 2020/21||Shared||Yes|
|9 Fitzwilliam Road||7||Single||Shared||No|
|86 Chesterton Road||8||Single||Shared||Limited|
|11 Harvey Road||11||Singles, plus 3 2-person flats||Shared||Limited|
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St Catharine's graduates may rent accommodation via the private market if they prefer. However, if you will be living outside the the University's precincts; that is, the 10 mile radius of Great St Mary's church, you must apply to the Board of Graduate Studies for permission. For further details, please click here.