The University of York has nine colleges. These colleges provide most of the accommodation for undergraduates and postgraduates at the University. While lectures, examinations, laboratories and facilities such as the central library are run by the University, the colleges play an important role in the pastoral care of the student body.

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  • The University of York has nine colleges. These colleges provide most of the accommodation for undergraduates and postgraduates at the University. While lectures, examinations, laboratories and facilities such as the central library are run by the University, the colleges play an important role in the pastoral care of the student body. Every student is a member of a college, staff may choose to join a college if they wish. All the colleges are of equal status, but each has its own constitution. The day-to-day running of the colleges is managed by an elected committee of staff and student members chaired by the college's 'Head of College'. Each college has a Junior Common Room for students, which is managed by the elected Junior Common Room Committee, and a Senior Common Room, which is managed by elected representatives of the college's academic and administrative members. The colleges are deliberately assigned undergraduates, postgraduate students and staff from a wide mixture of disciplines. (en)
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  • The University of York has nine colleges. These colleges provide most of the accommodation for undergraduates and postgraduates at the University. While lectures, examinations, laboratories and facilities such as the central library are run by the University, the colleges play an important role in the pastoral care of the student body. (en)
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  • Colleges of the University of York (en)
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