Health & Welfare

The Acting Dean, Professor Heidi de Wet (until April 2021), and the Dean, Professor Richard Bailey (from April 2021), oversee student welfare and discipline. They are assisted by resident Junior Deans, who can also often act as a first line of communication between the students and the Dean, and who are fully qualified to advise on personal welfare matters. To contact the Dean directly, or to make an appointment, please contact their PA, Lizzie Andrews on 01865 271701.

Junior Deans

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2020/21

Liam Saddington
Marleen Schoenfeld
Bradley Sheath
Alessandro Cavallo
Eboni Bucknor
Sonja Witte

juniordean@stcatz.ox.ac.uk

For further details please see the Junior Deans Poster displayed on each staircase in the College.

Welfare Reps

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In addition to the Junior Deans, our JCR and MCR have Welfare Reps:

JCR:

2020/21

Grace Olusola omorinre.olusola@stcatz.ox.ac.uk
Oliver Spacey oliver.spacey@stcatz.ox.ac.uk
Gaia Clark Nevola gaia.clarknevola@stcatz.ox.ac.uk

MCR:

Wolfgang Stockinger
Charlotte Lee
General MCR Welfare Enquires mcr.welfare@stcatz.ox.ac.uk

When students seek advice about personal problems, they can also approach one of the panel of College Advisors, who include both a male and a female Fellow who are also Harassment Advisors. For other matters, students can contact the University Student Counselling Service which is staffed by qualified counsellors. The student welfare services are explained in detail in the Medical and Personal section of the Information and Regulations for Members of College which is issued to all students.

The College Advisors are:

Professor Richard Todd richard.todd@stcatz.ox.ac.uk
Professor Gaia Scerif gaia.scerif@stcatz.ox.ac.uk

For information about University services please see the Health and Welfare section of the Student Gateway.

Disability

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St Catherine’s is committed to providing effective support so all our students may achieve their academic potential. As such, we are signed up to the principles of the University’s Common Framework for Supporting Disabled Students, and we work closely with the University’s Disability Advisory Service (DAS) to offer information, assistance and support to students with any disability that may impact on their academic, social or residential experience at Oxford.

Overseeing St Catherine’s provision is the Academic Registrar, Cressida Chappell, who acts as Disability Lead and Co-ordinator.

In our experience, support can be most effective if we are provided with the details of any disability or chronic condition as soon as possible. If you are coming to study at St Catherine’s and have not yet disclosed a disability or chronic condition, we encourage you to get in touch with Rachel Steadman (mental health) or Mathew Williams (other disabilities), the Disability Officers at the DAS  linked to St Catherine’s, and also to complete the DAS Registration & Study Support Form as soon as possible. All disclosures are treated confidentially. Prospective applicants and current students are encouraged to contact the St Catherine’s Disability Lead and Co-ordinator, Cressida Chappell, or take a look at the Disability Advisory Service website for further information.

Medical Staff

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The College Nurse is available during term time (weeks 0-9) at the following times: Monday: 10.00-13.00 / Thursday: 10.00-13.00/ Friday: 13.00-17.00
Please email the Nurse – stcatz.nurse4@nhs.net and she will arrange a call-back with you.

The College Doctors, Dr Naomi Drury and Dr MaryKate Kirkaldy, can be contacted by telephone.
Tel: 01865 242657
Monday to Friday 8:30 – 18:00

COVID-19 information

If you have any symptoms which suggest Covid-19, you should use the NHS 111 online coronavirus service. The University Covid-19 testing service can be accessed here.

If you are staying in College or Catz House, you should immediately email the Porters’ Lodge (lodge@stcatz.ox.ac.uk) let them know the start date of your symptoms.

Dentist

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Studental

Dental provision for the University of Oxford is undertaken by Studental (Tel: 01865 689997). A full range of NHS treatments is available at Studental (with the exception of Orthodontics), and student members are charged NHS rates. Further details are available from the College Nurse’s surgery.

Emergency out-of-hours dental treatment

In addition, emergency out-of-hours dental advice and treatment is available by telephoning 111 during the following times:

Monday – Thursday 18:30 – 21:30
Saturday – Sunday 9:00 – 18:00
Bank Holidays & Bank Holiday Weekends 9:00 – 17:00 / 18:00 – 21:00

Counselling

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College Counsellor

The College Counsellor, Susanna Lee, is available in college on an appointment basis and can be contacted by email: counsellor@stcatz.ox.ac.uk.