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3.4 Welfare

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An important part of Linacre’s role as your College is to look after your welfare while you study here.  We want to do what we can to support you so that you can achieve your full potential during your time here.


One of the Fellows of the College (at present Catherine Walter) acts as Dean for Equality & Diversity, and there is a team of Fellows, staff and students committed to student welfare:  learn more about the welfare team on the Linacre Welfare webpage.   

The Dean for Equality & Diversity also has special responsibility for advising students about provision for disabilities at Linacre and in the University. If you have a disability, or think you may have a disability – a long-term physical or mental condition that affects your ability to carry out day-to-day activities – you are welcome to consult Catherine confidentially in the first instance. If you are not sure, you may want to watch Catherine’s video here.  The University has a wide range of resources to help students with disabilities achieve equal opportunities with non-disabled students, and Linacre is committed to supporting its students who have disabilities.