University of Oxford

Find out what support is available at your university or college.

1. College support

Colleges act as a first port of call for student welfare concerns. Many are providing additional support in light of the ongoing pandemic, in particular for those who are self-isolation. Your college welfare lead can be contacted for more information.

Find out more about college support

2. University welfare services

All Student Welfare and Support Services are available remotely. This includes:

  • The Counselling Service
  • Disability Advisory Service
  • Peer Support Programme (including student rainbow peers and peers of colour)
  • Student Resolution Service
  • Sexual Harassment and Violence Support Service
  • A series of blogposts and podcasts focused on COVID-19 have also been specifically developed to support students during the pandemic.

Find out more about University welfare services

3. External support

University and college support is being supplemented with online resources. This includes:

  • Togetherall: a free service for all Oxford students giving you access to a global welfare community 24/7. To join, register under "I'm from a university or college" with your Oxford e-mail address.
  • Student Space: includes information and tools to help you through the challenges of the pandemic and has dedicated support services for students, by phone or text.
  • The NHS's Every Mind Matters: provides free advice for looking after your mental health.

Find out more about external support