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One member who will almost certainly greet you is the 'campus cat' who can often be seen wandering around the quad or basking in the sun on one of the grey-stone walls.
Keeping a close eye on things, it also likes to accompany the night porters on their rounds.
You'll find that your life 'at' St Luke's naturally extends beyond the boundaries of the campus itself - you may be living in St Luke's Halls at one of the Rowancroft residences in Heavitree Road; you may go along to the local Christmas Fair in Magdalen Road; and of course you're bound to use the town centre and visit Streatham Campus.
But whether or not you call yourself a 'Lukie', you will find a warm welcome here, and we hope you will feel that St Luke's serves as your base, your term-time home, and that whether your course is for a few weeks or a number of years, that you will know you are a valued member of this close-knit community. Our alumni look back fondly on their time spent here, and we hope that you will too.
The menu on the left for this section contains information to help you settle in, and refer back to during your time with us.