St Peter’s takes its responsibility for the welfare of its students very seriously. There is always someone on hand to whom they can turn for confidential advice on any matter whether of a personal, financial or medical nature.
The 福利 team includes both senior and junior members of the College, who work closely with each other to ensure that an appropriate range of expertise and help is available.
More information about the members of the 福利 team is available below.
Matters of general concern are discussed at termly welfare meetings, to which the college Doctors (from the 杰里科健康中心), the college Nurse and a representative from the University Counselling Service are invited.
联系 details for emergency services and non-emergency health, welfare and academic support services can be found on the 大学网站.
Oversees and co-ordinates welfare provision in college, provides direct support and signposting to students on matters great and small. Reports to the Tutor for 福利 (Dr Claire Williams).
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Provides health, health-related and sound welfare advice. Liaises regularly with Jericho HC.
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Ensures that special examination requirements are put in place. Deals with cases of medical emergencies affecting students taking University exams.
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Deals with financial implications of welfare matters, including hardship.
Peer supporters are there to listen if you ever feel you need to talk about anything, no matter how big or small. Work worries, relationships or issues at home: the peer support team are on hand to lend a listening ear.
St Peter's students ourselves, we are easy to find around college and are always happy to chat. We are confidential and non-judgmental. We are available at regular times during term, but are also happy to email or chat informally.
Gender, Sexuality and Orientations Rep and Peer Supporter
Outside term time, the college does not provide a full welfare service. Any student of the college can contact the Chaplain or the Tutor for Graduates (Prof Mike Bonsall) by email, though they should not expect an immediate reply.
The Accommodation Manager (Ms Marcela Mitrova), the Student Finance Officer (Ms Katie Pullen-Rowland) and the College Office team are available during normal working hours. College tutors do not work scheduled hours during the vacation. If necessary they may be contacted by email, but tutors may well be away and might not be in a position to respond.
Students residing in college accommodation during vacations who find themselves in difficulty should, in the first instance, contact the Porters’ Lodge, or phone the emergency services (999).
For medical matters, contact the 杰里科健康中心 (+44 (0)1865 311234; for opening times see the 实践网站); or NHS Direct (111; 24h, 7 days a week service). The College nurse does not work in the Vacations.
The University Counselling Service is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm (closing only on 27th August): +44 (0)1865 270300 or email email@example.com. There may not be an immediate response but someone will be in touch as soon as they can.
OxfordSU’s Student Advice service is open throughout the summer vacation. Students can find all contact details, including how to make an appointment, on the oxfordsu网站. Information about what's happening in and around Oxford during vacations can be found on 牛津度假指南.
Initial contact should be via the Porter’s Lodge (78900): the porters will call police, ambulance, fire brigade as necessary. In emergencies, the College Doctor, Dean or Junior Deans, Dean for Welfare, 福利 Officers, Chaplain, College Registrar, Bursar, Master are all available and can be contacted via the Lodge.
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