The College does not provide tuition for its graduate students but it does provide a system of College Advisors to support the welfare of its students. Governing Body Fellows are required to assume the responsibility of meeting three to six students collectively or individually at least once in Michaelmas term and in Hilary term, or more frequently, depending on the needs of the students. The role is to provide general support and advice as needed.
The Senior Tutor or Academic Administrator will contact you to make arrangements for you to become a College Advisor to students in a related subject area during the summer vacation. (S)he will arrange for you to meet your "new intake" students at one of the complimentary Introductory Dinners at the start of Michaelmas term. If you cannot make either of the dates you will be expected to meet the students privately at lunch or Hall. College Advisors are expected to maintain regular contact with their students throughout their academic career at the College and to read their Supervisors' termly reports. Procedural academic problems should be referred to the Senior Tutor.
The college has an Equality and Welfare Officer who can be contacted for welfare related issues which may impact on a student's academic life.