Freedom of Information Act 2000

Freedom of Information Act 2000

St Catherine’s College along with other similar UK institutions, has legal obligations in respect of the information it holds.

The College is committed to being as open as possible about its aims, activities, and structure.  This website is an important resource for information about all aspects of the College’s life and governance.  Please follow the links for more information.

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 provides a right of access to information held by public bodies such as St Catherine’s College.  With certain exceptions under the Act, the College is required to publish information about itself and its activities, or otherwise to make the information available.

Our Freedom of Information Publication Scheme is a guide to information about the College and where to find it.  Please consult the Scheme to find out whether the information you require has been made available through the College website

Any person or body who makes a request in writing to the College for access to recorded information must be informed whether the College holds that information and be supplied with it, subject to the application of various exemptions specified within the Act.

If the information you seek has not be made available through the College website, you may request that the College provide it by writing to the Home Bursar at bursar@stcatz.ox.ac.uk. The College will ordinarily respond within 20 days of receipt of your request.  A fee may be applicable.