Welfare & Access
We are wholly committed to student welfare and want students to get the very best from their time at St Anne’s.
The first point of contact for any issues should be the Dean of Welfare, Dr Judy Bogdanor, who co-ordinates welfare and support.
The Senior Tutor, Dr Shannon McKellar Stephen, is happy to meet with any students in need of a confidential chat regarding their academic work or where personal issues are affecting academic progress.
The on-site College Nurse, Wendy Cubiss, can advise on medical-related issues as well as any other personal or emotional problems. St Anne’s also offers Assistant Deans: Syed Ali Asad Rizvi (Ali) firstname.lastname@example.org, Robert Stagg email@example.com and Simukai Chigudu firstname.lastname@example.org and Peer supporters. Filled by graduates and undergraduates respectively, these roles provide a confidential listening and support service for members of the student body. Peer supporters are often used as an initial point of contact for a wide variety of issues, from coping with academic demands to feeling homesick, but they can also provide a means of accessing further welfare information.
The College is fully committed to fulfilling our obligations under the relevant legislation (notably Special Educational Needs and Disability Act of 2001 or SENDA), and encourage students to be open about their disabilities and to discuss their needs with the College’s Disability Coordinator, Sheila Smith.
If students require additional support, the University offers a counselling service: University Counselling Services: Tel 01865 270 300 Independent Advice The Student Advice Service, which is part of the Oxford University Student Union (OUSU), is an independent advice, information and advocacy service and can be contacted at email@example.com or tel 01865 288 466.
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