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Welfare & Equality
Our Welare and Equality pages have been designed to cater for students, with the view that you will be approaching them in need of welfare or diversity advice, information or support.
Welfare and diversity provision at Pembroke is delivered by a broad range of people in a variety of roles. You may approach anyone you wish to discuss any personal issues with, but these pages aim to sign-post those best placed to help you with specific problems.
The Oxford University Student Union (OUSU) Student Advice Service also has information and resources for a variety of isses. There are further resources available outside College, from the University, locally and online, that we have linked to on the below pages.
Pembroke’s Equality Policy is available here.
Find out where to go if you experience a medical issue and need assistance, information and advice for illness, a medical emergency, vaccinations, prescriptions, sexual health and more.
Find out where you can go if you experience difficulties dealing with academic commitments, are struggling with your academic work, or are experiencing exam-related stress.
Students experiencing difficulties related to eating, sleep, alchol, drugs and smoking can find information and support here. You can also find a link to our intranet page on healthy living tips.
Whether you have a special learning difficulty, a physical or sensory disability, a chronic health condition, mental health problems or Autism, there are provisions in place to support you and make your time at Pembroke as smooth and enjoyable as possible.
The Oxford University Student Union (OUSU) have created advice pages in conjuction with the Student Advice Service. These cover a wide range of issues and themes to help students deal with a variety of problems or circumstances.