Aside from the core purpose of ministerial formation and academic study, there are also plenty of other things to get involved in during your time at St Stephen’s House:
- Sports – Members of the college take part in a wide range of sports, including in recent years gliding, rugby, cricket, croquet, polo and rowing. St Stephen’s House has an active rowing club, and often takes part in pan-University events and competitions.
- Social – Within just a few moments’ walk of the college is a wide range of restaurants, pubs, bars, cafes, music venues and more.
- Common Room – The Student Common Room operates a social programme, which includes film nights, cheese & wine evenings and live music. Afternoon tea is also served in the Student Common Room daily at 4pm, to which all students and families are invited.
- Formal dinners – Every Thursday during term time a formal dinner takes place in the College Dining Room, to which all students are welcome. A black-tie banquet dinner takes place once a term.