Inclusivity at St Cross College

St Cross College welcomes diversity amongst its membership, and seeks to respond positively to the needs of all members to ensure they feel welcome, safe, valued and supported.

No student, member of staff, or other member shall be discriminated against because of age, disability, gender identity, marriage or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation.

As a society of the University, St Cross College follows the University’s Equality Policy and strives to provide for an inclusive environment where the rights and dignity of all staff, students and other members are respected.

Those with concerns, queries or suggestions are encouraged to contact the Bursar, John Tranter (, or the Senior Tutor, Dr Jo Ashbourn (

St Cross students may contact the College’s counsellor, Laura Evers, at to arrange an appointment.

The College’s Junior Deans Seth Stadel and Sophia Toumazou (07758 629747; and Student Welfare Representatives ( may also be contacted to discuss any concerns.