Welfare Support

Univ’s welfare team is here to support all of our students throughout their time with us.

We take proactive steps to help students feel at home here, both as they arrive and throughout their time with us. Our current students help those new to the College to settle in, and all students may benefit from support offered by our student peer supporters.

College and University staff are also available to work with students who may experience any difficulties while they are at Univ. We are available to listen to any concerns that our students may have and to offer guidance and support to students who are managing a wide range of issues, from social anxiety and mental health issues, to money worries, difficulties with relationships and dealing with traumatic events. Every student will always be taken seriously, listened to and respected.

Undergraduates will see their tutors on a regular basis. For students who experience academic difficulties we can offer one-to-one study support to address any areas of concern, including through our study skills mentoring scheme which connects undergraduate students with graduate student mentors.

Medical support is available through the National Health Service (NHS), and students are encouraged to register with the College doctor at the 19 Beaumont Street Surgery. They also may see the College nurse, who offers a regular clinic on the main college site.

Current students can find detailed information on sources of welfare support under Student Welfare on the college intranet.

On arrival at Univ, new students will be introduced to our welfare team.

Meet the Team:

Chaplain and Welfare Fellow

Senior Tutor

The Dean of Graduates

Junior Deans

Adviser for International Students

Disability and Welfare Administrator

College Nurse

Univ Peers Supporters

Our Welfare Policies

Contact Univ

If you have any questions or need more information, just ask: