A College employee who does domestic work in the residential rooms of a College, including cleaning the room, changing the sheets, but not making the bed.
A bedder's job is to clean communal facilities and rooms. If you do not want to be disturbed leave your bin outside.
College employee who empties your bin, cleans your room and changes your sheets - but doesn't actually make your bed on a daily basis.
short for a bedmaker (though paradoxically they do no make students' beds). Students are responsible for keeping their rooms tidy, but the College employs bedmakers to clean rooms and hallways
The lovely people that clean your room, and empty your bins each day. Once upon a time they used to make the beds (and some still do) - hence the name
The term "bedder" is short for "bedmaker" and is a housekeeper in a college of the University of Cambridge and the University of Durham. The equivalent at the University of Oxford is known as a "scout". There is no equivalent at the majority of other universities, although the work of the "bedder" may in some cases be assumed by domestic staff under a variety of designations including "cleaner" or "janitor".