Coming to university is a big step in your life. You might be away from home for the first time and there may be times you feel overwhelmed. That's normal and we have plenty of resources to help you get the advice and support you need. 

If you're a current student and require welfare support, please view the welfare support Intranet page

Meet the welfare team

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Dr Carol Lole-Harris, Interim Welfare Coordinator

Carol coordinates the welfare team and is available to all members of the college to discuss any matter in confidence, whether personal or academic. You can make an appointment by email:

Jenny Yee

Jenny Yee, Junior Censor

Jenny has oversight of college welfare and in particular deals with routine matters such as permission to be absent as well as non-academic discipline. She can be contacted on


Krisztina Suranyi-Cseko, Academic Registrar

Krisztina is the Academic Registrar (maternity cover) and she and her team can help with concerns arising from exams, academic work, suspension of studies, finances, and more. Contact or

Wanderley Santos

Wanderley Santos, College Counsellor

Our College Counsellor is Wanderley Santos, who works for the University Counselling Service and is based with us every Tuesday. You can book at appointment to see him via

You can also see another counsellor by emailing There are further details in the Welfare SOS section of the welfare Intranet page

The Christ Church wardens

Our wardens Declan, Luke and Sanskriti are graduate students who live on site and are available for out-of-hours support. They can be contacted via the Lodge (01865 276150) or via email at

Oxford University Counselling Service

The University Counselling Service offers support to every Oxford student. For appointments and enquiries, email them at

There's also a new wellbeing hub – an online gateway that makes it easier for all students to find and access wellbeing and support services.