The Senior Tutor (and Tutor for Admissions) is Dr Sarah Norman. Dr Norman's role is to oversee all aspects of academic provision and support in College, 以及学生的学业进步和纪律.
Your Personal Tutor, who is likely to be one of your subject tutors or lecturers, is one of your most important contacts in College and is there to help you with any concerns or worries on any matter, 个人或学术. They can discuss these with you or direct you to other support in College or the University.
The current Dean is Dr Lorraine Wild and she is assisted by three Junior Deans who are current graduate students.
The Dean and Junior Deans have a role in both general College discipline (see the Student Handbook) and in welfare. The Dean and Junior Deans have “office hours” when they are available for consultation on welfare issues.
The Junior Common Room (both a place and a term meaning all the undergraduate students in College) has a committee which represents the views and interests of undergraduates to the officers and decision-making bodies of the College, 促进会员的福利, 并组织社会活动. Find out more here.
The College (and University) have a wide range of services available to assist with any problems.
The College Nurse is available in College each day during term for general consultation as well as providing help on specific medical matters.
Always (throughout your time at St Hilda’s) remember that the College has a range of (small) grants available for which you can apply for study purposes or particularly if you face unexpected financial hardship.
How do I get advice regarding a disability or special arrangements for examinations?
Students may disclose a mental or physical disability at any stage of their time at Oxford, but we urge you to do so as soon as possible so that we can help you to get the support you need. The usual procedure is for students to disclose their disability to the University’s 残疾咨询服务. This service then arranges any necessary assessments, and informs the student's college.
See the 新生的学习指南. 你的导师也会给你很多建议, but a good place to start to get ideas is from the “working lives” of students across many subjects at St Hilda’s:
Where do I find information about having visitors to stay in College, 在大学里举办聚会, 在大学的安全和个人安全, fire precautions, and other information about living in College accommodation?
The Student Handbook states all the rules and your responsibilities in these areas, and how the College seeks to protect all its students and provide a safe living and study environment.
The Buttery (which is like a tuck shop) sells snacks like toasties, bagels, crisps, chocolate, 糖果和冷热饮料. 这家酒吧供应薯片、巧克力和糖果. 食堂提供更丰盛的饭菜. Battels include an amount of meal credits per term, which are put on your Bod Card. You can afford to eat at the college dining hall quite often as the food is relatively inexpensive – around £4.两道菜的饭要00美元. Breakfast, 午餐和晚餐都在周一到周五供应, 还有零食, sandwiches, 茶和咖啡全天供应, 除了每天花几个小时打扫卫生.
中的信息 Student Handbook.
How do I use College sports facilities (tennis/netball court, punts etc)?
你需要在书院内联网预约, and then pick up a key (and receive additional information) from the Lodge.
These are termly formative examinations (which don’t count toward your degree, 而是用来监视你的进展). They are usually set for the Friday or Saturday of Week 0. Details of time and place are emailed to you early that week. Collections are normally set on the previous term’s work or may cover specified vacation reading. They are less formal than University examinations (although students are required to wear their gowns), but good performance and evidence of excellent progress may be rewarded with prizes.
Undergraduates are required to be in Oxford from the Thursday before Full Term until the last Saturday of Full Term. Permission to leave before the last Saturday of Full Term must be sought from your tutors and the College. 见足月日期 here.