Welfare Advice from Kellogg College
This list of resources and guidance below has been created with input from welfare staff across the colleges and the wider University. Please remember that your college Welfare Team are still available to provide support and guidance during this time, even if you are not currently residing in Oxford. If you are an estranged student or care-leaver and would like clarity around what support is available to you, please contact your college Welfare Team in the first instance. Your college welfare contact details are:
Name: Sarah O’Brien, Academic Administrator
Download the list of resources here:
Useful Welfare Resource Links
- NHS gives advice for everyone and people at high risk.
- Public Health England website (PHE) is updated with guidance about coronavirus (COVID-19) for health professionals and other organisations.
- University’s FAQ page is regularly updated with information and guidance for students and staff following the latest government advice.
- College’s FAQ page covers a range of common questions from accommodation to academic support.
- Student Welfare and Support Services gives infomation for all services provided online.
- Advice and support for students provides a range of information and advice for current Oxford students related to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
- Big White Wall is a global mental health community providing access 24/7 to free online support.
- Mind has been giving advice for everyone from charity Mind, which focusses on how to cope with self-isolation/staying at home.
- Welfare Support by Oxford SU is a resource list to help keep you occupied and mentally healthy.
- Oxford Nightline is a completely independent listening, support and information service run for and by students of Oxford and Oxford Brookes universities.