Part of a Cambridge University college known for decades as The Colony has been renamed, as it had "connotations which do not reflect the values of the college", a spokesman said.
The accommodation at Clare College has been "re-designated as Castle Court".
The college said it had become "increasingly clear that the informal name for the site" was not suitable.
A number of other Cambridge colleges have made changes because of links or perceived links to slavery.
The student accommodation - The Colony, now Castle Court - is situated between Castle Street and Chesterton Lane in Cambridge.
A Clare College spokesperson said: "It has become increasingly clear that the informal name for the site between Chesterton Lane and Castle Street has connotations which do not reflect the values of the College.
"The site is therefore being re-designated as Castle Court."
Other Cambridge University colleges have made, or tried to make alterations to names or to items with links to the slave trade and colonialism.
Recently, Jesus College failed in its bid to to a benefactor who invested in the slave trade.
But last year the same college made headlines when it to representatives of Nigeria, which had been taken by British colonial forces in 1897 and given to the college in 1905.
In 2019, St Catharine's College from view amid fears it had links to the slave trade.
The Demerara Bell was donated by a former student who went on to work for a sugar company in British Guiana.
Also in 2019, Cambridge University launched its own investigation into its historical links with slavery, to examine how it might have gained financially.
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