Seeing Christ's as an offer holder

This page is part of the offer-holders section for students who have been offered an undergraduate place at Christ's College. 

Darwin Exhibition
Important update

Christ's College is currently closed to visitors. Unfortunately, it will not be possible to visit as an offer holder until further notice (we'll update this page once the information changes - keep an eye on it over the summer). Of course, we'll show you around properly as a new student. It's not possible to see inside the accommodation and find out about lots of the practical things until you arrive - we do all of that with you in the first week. 

 

Ways to see Christ's online

1. Offer holders webinar
This was on 4 February 2021. If you missed it but would like to attend a similar session, let us know and we'll see if a Year 12 one is available for you to attend.

2. Use the Virtual Tour

Look up Christ's College on the Cambridge University Virtual Tour. This tour includes 360 degree photography, articles and films from Colleges and departments. For Christ's you can see 360 degree photography of First Court, the Fellows' Garden and Third Court, as well as introductory articles. NB do also explore your department on the virtual tour.

Student Q&A film
  Watch the Christ's student Q&A film

2. Have a look at website resources

These include the College map and there are picture pages for First Court, Second Court, Third Court, New Court and the Fellows' Garden, as well as a section on Christ's facilities including pages on the Hall, Canteen, Working Library, Old Library, Law Library, Chapel, Theatre, Café and bar, swimming pool, squash court, and boathouse. There's a page on accommodation and gym facilities, and you may also be interested in Hobson's Conduit, Milton's Mulberry Tree or Treasures in the Old Library.
 

Useful links

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"The best thing about Christ's is the people. Everyone is so lovely and I've made so many friends for life, from all over the world!"

Jasmine (2nd Year Medicine student from Essex)