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Inspiring surroundings

The sense of community fostered by living and working together within a collegiate environment remains unrivalled. At Exeter – at Turl Street and at Cohen Quad – students and fellows live and work alongside each other creating an environment which is a home away from home. We are committed to looking after our ancient, as well as our newest, buildings in order to provide accommodation and facilities that are suitable for today’s needs and form an inspirational environment in which to live and learn.

Restoring and renovating the College Library

Exeter College has embarked on an ambitious project to restore our beautiful 170-year-old Library and make it suitable for 21st century study. Discover more about the project and how you can help write the next chapter in the Library’s history.

Transforming the College Library

Cohen Quad: Exeter's inspiring new site

I was amazed to find my room had such a picturesque view of the Sheldonian and Rector’s garden. Living on staircase nine was wonderful as I was surrounded by fellow freshers and able to make friends easily. Living such a short distance from the library, hall (and bar!) really helped me settle into college life.

Emily Cleaton (Jurisprudence)

Discover the beautiful Turl Street site