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Coronavirus Latest Information
The College is presently operating under the latest Government restrictions which may change before Trinity Term begins.
The latest update to all students was sent by the Master on Friday 16th April 2021.
While we await further information about the return of students on non-practical courses, we are gradually welcoming back those whose departments have arranged face-to-face teaching for Trinity Term. Any student on a non-practical course must have individual permission to return from the College before coming back to Oxford and you should expect to hear from us with regard to the process of requesting an early return after 3pm on Monday 19th April 2021.
Please see our Trinity Term FAQs page for detailed information on our current expectations for Trinity Term, students returning to College during the vacation should familarise themselves with the current arrangements in place. We will keep you updated by email when there are changes to service in College.
We will continue to keep you updated as the situation changes – all students and staff should check their email regularly.
Page last updated Friday 16th April 2021
Latest information from Oxford University for students and staff is available on their website
The main symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) are: a high temperature, a new continuous cough, or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste. If you experience any of these you need to get tested as soon as possible.
All Oxford students are asked to sign a Responsibility Agreement in recognition of the part we all play in protecting our communities. The Pembroke student handbook provides details of the year ahead.
It is recognised that, especially in these exceptionally testing times, individuals may experience the behaviour of others in our community as challenging, or may have concerns about the safety of the college’s provision.