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Life at Pembroke
Pembroke provides a base for all our students during their time in Oxford, both academically and socially. Here you can find out about accommodation for undergraduates and graduates, our on-site catering facilities including meals in Hall and the popular Farthings café, welfare provision and careers guidance in College, student clubs and societies, and sources of funding and special opportunities only available at Pembroke.
At Pembroke, students can choose from a vast array of clubs and societies to get involved in alongside academic work.
From sports teams and drama, to music, art, writing and debating, Pembroke's societies are inclusive and wide-ranging.
Pembroke offers several levels of support to its members who might feel that they need help from time to time, and strives to be an inclusive community. Find out more about welfare support, advice and resources here.
The Junior Common Room (JCR) is Pembroke's undergraduate student body.
Find out more about life here from its current members on the JCR's own website, including info about student activities, our current committee, and FAQs.
Graduate students at Pembroke are members of the Middle Common Room (MCR) which is a sociable and welcoming commnunity.
Discover more about graduate life at Pembroke on their own MCR website.