Welfare Officer Carol Lole-Harris, Jesus College, Stairwell 1, Room 4 (email@example.com). Carol is the first point of contact for welfare issues and offers a mixture of bookable appointments and drop in sessions. She will be available in College on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays.
Fellow for Welfare Dr David Barron (Room 12.3 firstname.lastname@example.org) is a point of contact for any welfare problem a student might have. He holds a weekly office hour during full term weeks 1-8 on Tuesday 2-3pm when any student may drop by.
Academic Director (2-79720, Room III/4a). Dr Alexandra Lumbers (email@example.com) advises on all welfare concerns especially those which affect your academic studies.
Academic Services Manager (2-79720, firstname.lastname@example.org; Room III.6)
Mr Sailesh Vyas advises on academic, exam and individual requirements, academic provision for students with disabilities, financial matters and other issues. Sailesh is the Disability Co-ordinator for students at Jesus College, facilitating the implementation of provision for students with disclosed disabilities.
Jesus College Counsellor, Jesus College, Stairwell 1, Room 4. Juliet Bulman (email@example.com) provides a confidential space to listen to your emotional concerns and issues. Appointments by arrangement, Mondays 0th-9th week
Chaplain (2-79757, Room XIV.2) The Reverend Dr John Findon gives pastoral support to all members of the College regardless of religious affiliation.
Junior Deans (firstname.lastname@example.org; 2-79683, 07590 807399) Vanessa Picker and Heather McTaggart are contactable in the evening, during the night and all weekends on matters concerning inconsiderate behaviour, illness or personal problems.
International Advisor Ewan Smith (email@example.com) is available to help students settle in, learn about local culture, or answer queries about living in the UK.
College Doctors and Nurse See Surgery Information
Dr Catherine McDonnell, Dr Linda Jones and Mrs Carolyn Ruhle
JCR Women's Welfare Rep: Christina Kartali
JCR Men's Welfare Rep: Jake Fawkes
The University Counselling Service offers assistance with a wide range of difficulties, particularly those of a more deep-seated, psychological kind. It can also offer valuable help with psychological problems related to academic work. The service is confidential, and students should make an appointment themselves. Your tutors or others cannot do this for you.
University Disability Advisory Service
Oxford Student Union Welfare
Tel: 01865 (2)70777
Run by students, offers support and advice between 8 pm
and 8 am (0th-9th weeks)
Tel: 01865 (2)70270
Tel: 111; Website
Tel: 01865 722122
Sexual Assault Referral Centre
Tel: 01865 (2)79705
College Doctors 1st - 8th weeks
TUESDAY: Dr Linda Jones 2.30pm-3.30pm
FRIDAY: Dr Cathy Aylward 10.30am-11.30am
College Nurse 0th - 9th weeks
Mrs Carolyn Ruhle
Monday: 2.30pm - 5.30pm
Tuesday: 2.00pm - 4.30pm
Wednesday: 2.30pm - 5.00pm
Thursday: 9.30am - 12.00pm
Friday: 9.00am - 12.00pm
Jesus College students can also visit the College Nurse at Wadham College. Times are available on the intranet.
If you miss the surgery at Jesus, then please ring for an appointment at the main surgery:
172 Banbury Road, OX2 7BT
Tel: 01865 515731
Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 8.30 am - 6.30 pm
If you need a doctor out of hours, please ring 01865 515731 and you will be connected to the doctor on call.
For emergencies ring 999.
Dentists - Studental
Helena Kennedy Centre, Oxford Brookes University, Headington Hill Campus, Colonnade Building, 3rd Floor, Gipsy Lane, Oxford, OX3 0BP
Tel: 01865 689997
The JCR and MCR Welfare Reps are skilled in peer support. The JCR runs welfare sessions where students can go for a confidential chat.
If you need any advice on personal safety, see the College’s Keeping Safe in Oxford information.