COVID-19 Advice for Students
Please read and familiarise yourselves with the COVID-19 advice for students.
COVID-19 Code of Conduct
Code of conduct for Junior Members of Magdalene College during the COVID-19 pandemic. All students should read and familiarise themselves with the COVID-19 Code of Conduct and take their role in protecting each other, the wider University and Cambridge community seriously.
COVID-19 Guidance for Magdalene students including information on, what to do if you feel ill or have symptoms, face coverings, hand cleaning, social distancing, testing, self isolation, healthcare facilities and the College Nurse, and housekeeping.
Wellbeing and Support
Sources of support and advice for Magdalene students including information on accessing the Welfare Hub, College-Based Counseling, Harassment and Student Welfare Officers. For further information please speak to your Tutor or your student welfare rep.
Accommodation guidance including information on bubbles and households. If you share facilities such as a kitchen/gyp room, bathroom, shower or toilet with others in College then you must consider that group to be a ‘household’ for the purposes of interpreting government, University and College advi...
Catering and Food
Information on catering and food including booking procedures and information on, household dining, dining times, lunches, evening meals, Formal Hall, student bar arrangements, self-isolation and quarantine catering.
Information on the COVID-19 Porters Lodge Protocol including; Entrances to the College; Attendance in the Lodge; Incoming Post; Outgoing Post; Fire Drills; Fire Evacuation for Isolating/Quarantining students; Health and Safety Checks; First Aid; Booking use of the Gym.
Information on how to access services and use the College Library including, the book request and collect service, how to booking a browsing slot, returning books, bookable study spots, computing and printing facilities, and how to request library support.
Information including booking advice for College facilities including, Cripps and Benson Gym, the Weights Room, Squash Court, Music Practice Rooms, Supervision Rooms and Shared Spaces.
We have a new pattern of worship in the Chapel. There are 30 spaces available for each service. A space must be reserved in advance. The Chapel is closed to the public, our local parish church of St Giles, next door to the College, has opened their doors to students for choral worship.
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions for various College Departments including, staffing times, visiting and support procedures and general information.