Campus cafes during Freshers' Week
Over the weekend the Peter Chalk Centre is open from 8am until 4pm as well as Cafe Ritazza in Cornwall House and Costa Coffee in the Forum. During the rest of Freshers' Week all the other cafes, restaurants and bars will be open for business as normal. See below for more details about the various outlets.
Whether you’re looking for a coffee in between lectures or a bite for lunch, there are a number of on-campus cafes in a number of convenient locations.
See the cafes and shops pages for info about where to eat, drink and shop on campus.
If you want to find out more about the services provided by the Students' Guild visit the Students’ Guild eating page.
The Ram is the Students’ Guild’s main bar on campus. With a traditional feel, this watering hole offers a wide range of very reasonably priced beverages. It’s a hive of summer activity, with its beer garden home to events such as the Summer Festival. It’s the perfect place to relax after your lectures, or the stress of exams later in the year. The Ram also plays host to ‘Ram Jam’, a regular music event where you literally can turn up and play, as well as theme nights, quizzes, and pool table.
The Lemon Grove during the day, is a relaxed and friendly atmosphere in which you can meet up with friends and chill out. Fitted with several plasma screens, it’s also the best place to catch the latest sporting action and popular daytime TV. In addition to quizzes and the weekly Open Mic night, the Lemon Grove also puts on poker afternoons. It’s also home to the Lemmy club night, as well as concerts.
For more information on the above visit the Students’ Guild drinking page.
The Students’ Shop has been in Devonshire House, near the Ram, since the 1960s. It is run by Carol and her team of part-time and student staff, and all profits are recycled back into the student services managed by the Guild. The shop is the retail arm of the Students’ Guild.
All the products we sell are chosen based on student feedback, to create a top class, friendly experience for all customers.
Term time: Monday to Friday 8.30am – 6pm
Vacation: Monday to Friday 9am – 4pm
(closed between Christmas and New Year and on UK public holidays.)
The Students' Guild Print Room is located on the Mezzanine Level of the Forum, opposite the main library entrance. We can be found immediately at the top of the flight of stairs adjacent to the Student Information Desk in the main street.
We provide the main facility for students on campus for black and white and colour printing and photocopying, binding, laminating and other finishing work.
We also sell a variety of computer consumables such as CDs and DVDs, USB memory sticks and inkjet printer cartridges – including a refill service for many ink cartridges.
Monday-Friday, 9.00am - 5.00pm
N.B: From the beginning of the 2012/13 academic year the Print Room will also be open on Saturdays.
The Market Place is located in the Street area of the Forum on the Streatham Campus and offer a range of products and services such as:
- Fruit and Vegetables
- Chilled Food and Drinks
- Bakery Items
- Health and Beauty
- Dry Cleaning
- Parcel Service
You can also order books online through the Blackwell’s student website and collect direct from the Market Place.
Term Time: Monday to Friday 8am-10pm, Saturdays 8.am-6pm and Sundays 10am-4pm
Vacation: Monday to Friday 8am-6pm
The Lemmy is the main student night on campus. With a variety of musical styles, the Lemmy is sure to cater for your tastes. In addition, there are several themed Lemmy nights during the year, including the famous UV Lemmy and the Green Lemmy.
The gigs programme is one of the largest of any students’ union in the country. Acts who have appeared during the last couple of years include Feeder, Dizzee Rascal, José Gonzalez, Razorlight, Bloc Party, the Maccabees, Enter Shikari, Fightstar, the Hoosiers and Zane Lowe.
Tickets for both Lemmy nights and for gigs can be bought in advance at the Box Office or from the Exeter Box Office website. You can also buy tickets for other events throughout Exeter.
If you want to find out more about events run by the Students' Guild visit the Students’ Guild events page.
Recycle your money
All the money that you spend in any of the Guild shops, bars or cafés is invested back into our services. This means for every penny you spend, that money goes back into events for you: societies, volunteering, activities and support services, among other things. Look out for the ‘Recycle Your Money’ logo around the Guild.
For further information on the facilities provided by the Students’ Guild at the Exeter campuses visit the Students’ Guild Eat.Drink.Shop.Enjoy page.
There are a number of other retail outlets around campus as well including Premier shops handy for grabbing a bite to eat, a drink, newspaper etc. Additional cafes include Cafe Ritazza and Xfi cafe, location details can be seen on our Campus Services shops and catering outlets page. Several cash machines and branches of NatWest and Santander are available on campus, in the Forum and in Devonshire House.