The Queen’s College provides an excellent variety of support services for its JCR members, some of which are detailed below. Contact details for the Exec. members are provided here and at the bottom of the page. Welfare Officers Your first port of call can always be the two JCR Welfare Officers, Freddie Pattisson and Jess Edwards, who… Read More

What is harassment? – Feeling that someone else has created an environment for you that is intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating, offensive, stressful or unpleasant. – Feeling distress or annoyance that disrupts your work and quality of life. – Feeling that you can’t put a stop to the harassment because of a difference in status (real… Read More


If you find yourself in financial difficulty, there are two providers of grants within Queen’s. The first is the Student Finance Committee (SFC) which meets twice a term. Please contact the College Office, a JCR Welfare Rep, the Treasurer or the President for more information and guidance on how to make an application. The second… Read More

The Literary Society started up at the end of Trinity 2012, and aims to promote literary discussion and literary events within the College, allowing students and tutors of all subject disciplines to share their enthusiasms. We tend to hold one main speaker event each term, and have thus far hosted speakers such as Ben Markovits… Read More

The Queen’s Rambler is a termly magazine for fiction written by you, the members of Queen’s. We tend to include mainly short stories and poetry but all forms are welcome, provided the piece is under 1500 words. If your submission is included you can choose to be named, anonymous or use a pseudonym. To submit,… Read More


All of Oxford’s websites are accessed using your Oxford Single Sign-On username and password (quee**** & password). Weblearn www.weblearn.ox.ac.uk Weblearn is the central online portal in Oxford. Different subjects will upload different things: lecture notes, reading lists, handbooks, lecture lists or exam reports may all be uploaded. Login using your SSO. The sub-sites, which correspond… Read More

Hello! Hello and welcome to the JCR and the Community page! My name is Molly Gilmartin and I am the Charity Rep for Queen’s over the next two terms! Queen’s JCR has a great passion for supporting both local and international causes throughout the year. Termly husts take place where charities are put forward by… Read More


Hello! I’m Emelia, the current Access and Outreach Rep, and I would LOVE it if you got in contact with any questions you might have. (That photo is not me, though. Just so you know) You can email me on jcr.access@queens.ox.ac.uk; ‘like’ our facebook page for updates on what’s going on in and around college… Read More


Alternative Prospectus Take a look at the alternative prospectus, a guide written for applicants by current students, hopefully containing any information you should desire – but if not also all the contact details needed to ask someone if you have any questions. Student Profiles Here are some of our current undergraduates, with a little bit of… Read More


Hi, I’m Mary. As Women’s Rep, I’m here as a point of call for any women in Queen’s that feel like they have been discriminated against. In this University environment I should like to think this sort of thing is rare, however it is important appropriate measures are in place in case it does happen. I’m… Read More