College Support
The JCR welfare team is here to help out in any way we can to make sure that your time here is as enjoyable as possible. If you have any concerns, big or small, or just want a chat, you can always contact the JCR Welfare Officers, any member of
Welfare Chat
Send an anonymous message to our welfare team here! Once you’ve submitted your message, press view score, keep the page open and keep checking back for a reply - we’ll get back to you as soon as possible! To keep it anonymous, the only way to get a reply is
New College is a great place to be LGBTQ+ – the JCR’s LGBTQ+ Officer has the responsibility as part of the welfare team to make sure those who are not part of the cis/het community feel welcome and happy at New College. The LGBTQ+ Officer is also responsible for
Faith & Ethnic Minorities
Life at Oxford can sometimes be difficult when there are few others with the same ethnic background, so our Faith & Ethnic Minorities Rep is there to represent the views of the faith and ethnic minorities community in the JCR – if you have any ideas or issues you want raised,
Gender equality is taken very seriously at New College. The role of the Women’s Officer is primarily to represent and promote the equal rights of all self-identifying women in the JCR. The Women’s Officer will also be sharing events that highlight and discuss issues faced by women. Things
International Students
New College welcomes students from all over the world and our welfare team are committed to ensuring that all students feel supported within the community. The Internationals Rep runs the welcoming program and a variety of activities throughout the year to help international students settle into lif…
Studying at Oxford is challenging for everyone but can be particularly so for people with disabilities (even if they are already receiving support). All students deserve the same opportunities to enjoy all aspects of university life, regardless of any disability. This includes specific learning diff…