Social Media

Univ has a number of well-established and highly active social media channels.

Our Facebook (universitycollegeoxford) and Twitter (@UnivOxford) posts include events and notifications, along with regular quotes from famous Old Members, notable dates from College history, promotions and Open Days details and general information on many other aspects of both College and Oxford life.

Our Pinterest (UnivOxford) boards highlight gallery collections covering everything from Alumni and seasonal events to College ‘treasures’ and famous Univites, whilst a wide range of videos – from Summer Eights to Christmas wishes – can be found on our YouTube channel.

Finally – for now – Univ’s Instagram (univcollegeoxford) channel captures both the beauty and variety of life in Oxford.

If any students have an interest in digital or social media and would like to get involved please contact the Digital Communications Manager.

Univ has a growing number of affiliated social media channels, these include:

 

Univ Library

Univ’s library staff run their own social media channels which complement those run by College. Follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

 

Staircase12

Staircase12 is Univ’s hub of resources for students aiming high at school and thinking about applying to top universities. Follow them on Twitter.

 

University College Boat Club (UCBC)

Discover Univ’s incredible boat club or find out how you can get involved (no experience necessary…) by following them on Twitter.

 

JCR

The undergraduate contingent of, as they put it, “Ivor's Crewe” can be followed on Twitter.

 

 

WCR

Keep up to date with graduate social events and college news from Univ’s WCR on Facebook and Twitter.

 

Social Media Removal Requests

If you have a specific reason to request the removal of anything posted to our social media channels including, but not limited to, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram, please contact the Digital Communications Manager clearly identifying the channel, post and date, along with a clear and valid reason for the removal request.