The Graduate Tutors
The Graduate Tutors act as the first point of contact within College for graduate students. They provide assistance for any academic issues and should also be contacted if you are suffering unforeseen and extreme financial hardship or if you require a travel grant. Each graduate student is allocated a Graduate Tutor for the duration of their studies. Both Graduate Tutors see students by appointment which should be organised via email.
If you require a letter which confirms your student status e.g. for short-term visas or Council Tax exemption forms you should email the Secretary to the Graduate Tutors by email.
If you have problem with your college bill you should contact the Bursar by email or ring the College Bursary (phone: 69498).
If there is any problem with the furniture or other contents within your college accommodation, or if you have questions about the room's decoration you should email the Head Housekeeper.
If there is any problem with the heating, electrical fittings, plumbing in your room or the structure of a building then you should fill in the online request form. If the matter is urgent then you should ask the Porter on duty to report it to the Maintenance Department.
The Fellow for Rooms organises the room ballot which is held each year. If you have a question about your room rent, the room ballot or the possibility of changing rooms (often slim) you should email the Fellow for Rooms.
Help around College
The Chaplain provides pastoral support for the whole college community regardless of religious belief. He can be found in room D7 in Old Court and can also be contacted via email.
The Master is available to see students at certain times of the week. To book an appointment either email him or telephone his assistant (phone: 35890).
The Senior Tutor is responsible for academic and tutorial welfare in the College. He can be contacted by email.
If you want to get an e-mail address and an account to use the College Computer facilities, or if you have a query arising from your use of the facilities you should contact the IT Manager by email.
You should contact the Catering Manager if you wish to discuss the provision of meals that conform to special dietary requirements of a medical, religious or ethical nature or if you want to organise a catered event in College.
The Dean grants permission for any event held in college. This generally occurs as part of the submission of a booking form but if necessary he can be contacted by email.