The Student Administrative Handbook can be found here.
The College intranet is a useful place to look for other information, including forms (SSO login required).
If your University card is lost, stolen or damaged, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a replacement.
If your card is lost, you will also need to pay the £15 replacement fee at the University's online store. There is no fee for replacing damaged or stolen cards, though for the latter you will need to supply a crime number.
Instructions on how to pay the £15 fee can be found on the University website.
It takes approximately two days for new cards to arrive and we will send you an email to notify you when the card has arrived and is ready for collection from the Academic Office. For damaged cards, or lost or stolen cards that you have since found, you will need to bring the old card with you to hand in upon receipt of the new card.
The Academic Office is able to produce transcripts and letters which you may require for a variety of purposes. In order for us to process your request promptly, please read the following information.
If you matriculated in 2007 or later, you will need to contact the University to obtain an official Oxford University transcript. Details of how to do so are available on the University website.
If you matriculated before 2007, the College will provide a transcript. Please complete the Transcript and Letter form to request this. Please note that transcripts are prepared by hand, so may take up to a week to be prepared at busy times.
If you require confirmation that you are a current student, the Enrolment Certificate which you can download from Student Self Service will be sufficient for most purposes. The Academic Office can provide a signature and stamp if required. This is the letter you should use to obtain Council Tax exemption.
The University’s Exam Wellbeing and Preparation webpage provides links to a variety of University resources related to examination preparation. Other resources include:
Full details of University term dates are available on the University website.
Undergraduates are required to return to Oxford by 5pm on Wednesday of week 0, which is the Wednesday preceding the first Sunday of Full Term. Undergraduate Freshers are expected to arrive on Sunday of week 0 in Michaelmas term. Some courses have extended term dates, as explained on the University website.
Sunday 9 October 2022 to Saturday 3 December 2022
Sunday of week 0 is 2 October 2022, Wednesday of week 0 is 5 October 2022
Sunday 15 January 2023 to Saturday 11 March 2023
Wednesday of week 0 is 11 January 2023
Sunday 23 April 2023 to Saturday 17 June 2023
Wednesday of week 0 is 19 April 2023
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