General & Advice
Oxford Nightline 8pm-8am
+44 1865 270270
After hours anonymous listening service.
Peer Supporters (incl Peers of Colour or Rainbow Peers)
Members of the student community who provide informal counselling and support to fellow students in College. Peer Supporters will hear you out, whatever the challenge - be it related to family, friends, partners, academic stress, or any other personal dilemma. They will help you reflect and, as the case may be, guide you to additional support channels.
See below for a list of current Peer Supporters.
GCR Welfare Team
Welfare VPs, the LGBTQ+ and BME Officers are there for you; to listen, provide guidance and also implement your suggestions.
At BOPs - when there is no global pandemic - you'll find them sporting pink welfare vests.
Junior Deans can listen, provide you with advice and guidance, and relay your concerns or issues to the College administration if you wish. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Chris Gerry, is responsible for all the non-academic affairs of students within the College and is the lead point of contact for welfare issues involving students. The Dean manages the Junior Deans, and works closely with them and other members of the College's welfare team to coordinate the College's pastoral care provision and oversee the College's work to support students.
Oxford Student Union
The Student Advice service is the only independent advice and information service exclusively available to Oxford University Students. During term time they also offer telephonic advice. Contact the Student Advice service at email@example.com