Junior Common Room


The Junior Common Room, or 'JCR' refers to both the student body and the rooms where you can meet to have tea, play table tennis, or watch TV. Every undergraduate is automatically a member of the JCR. 

The JCR plays a vital role in LMH life. It represents students' views on everything from social events to finance. 

JCR meetings are held fortnightly during term, and are used to debate issues relevant to LMH students. Decisions made in these meetings can have a huge impact on the way the college is run. The JCR is managed by a Committee which is elected from the student body.

JCR Welfare Officers make sure you're properly looked after while you're here. They put on regular events such as free afternoon teas, yoga classes, and film nights.
There is also a team of peer supporters who hold drop-in sessions, but are contactable at all times (even in the middle of the night!).

Photograph by Richard Budd

Our JCR holds a wide range of events in college, from regular bops and formal dinners, to Arts Week and the Summer Garden Party. The JCR Social Secretary will keep you updated on everything that's going on in Oxford. 

Undergraduates, photograph by Richard Budd