The following supplies are available from the Welfare Reps:
Condoms (Regular, King size, Non-Latex)
To request any of these email either Mikey (email@example.com), Christina (firstname.lastname@example.org) or if you prefer, anonymously put a request in one of our pigeon-holes and we will leave the supplies in our pigeon-holes for collection.
If you require anything not on this list please contact us.
The Nurse’s waiting room is available as a quiet room between 7am and 11pm when it’s not being used by the nurse/doctor, and is available for access with a key from the lodge between 11pm and 7am.
To download this term’s Welfare Leaflet click here. This includes useful contacts, both within college and the wider university, and more information on welfare provisions within college.
LIBRARY WELFARE SECTION
A Student Support collection in the Jesus College Library (section SS in the Lower Library) holds books on study skills and welfare is- sues, whether for your own use, or to help you support a friend. Borrowing is anonymous: neither staff nor students can see who has which books. Simply take the books you need from the shelves. When you have finished with them, place the books directly on the returns trolley.
The college parenting system is central in helping to promote student support within our college. When joining us, students may expect to be welcomed by their college parents. These are students from older years who have volunteered to ‘adopt’ a first year in order to help them to settle into Oxford and college life. Inter-year bonding is a key feature of the Jesus college student experience, and the passing-on of insider’s knowledge from older to incoming members also helps to foster a sense of college community.
University Counselling Service
The University Counselling Service offers short-term and focussed emotional and psychological support to students. It aims to help students gain insight and make changes by taking responsibility to fulfil their academic and personal potential. A variety of therapists work at the service. It offers individual sessions, groups, workshops and online resources.
See: Health & Welfare information and book an appointment.
Telephone: 01865 270300
UNIVERSITY Sexual Harassment and Violence Support Service
This support service offers free confidential support and advice to any student who has been affected by sexual harassment or violence. It provides students with a safe place to be heard, independent of their college or department, regardless of what has happened.
The service is jointly funded by colleges and the University, and delivered by Student Welfare and Support Services (SWSS). It was set up in collaboration with Oxfordshire Sexual Abuse & Rape Crisis Centre, and will work closely with the University’s wider welfare community.
OUSU’s Student Advice Service
Student Advice is an independent advice and information service exclusively available to Oxford University Students.
Appointments can be made by emailing email@example.com. Drop in sessions are held between 1st and 8th week (inclusive) at 10am - 4pm, Monday - Thursday.
Address: Oxford SU, 4 Worcester St, OX1 2BX
Telephone: 01865 288466.
University Disability Advisory Service
The Disability Advisory Service provides information and advice on disability issues and facilitates support for those with, for example, sensory or mobility impairments, long-term health conditions, specific learning difficulties, autistic spectrum conditions or mental health difficulties.
Telephone: 01865 2-80459
Available between 9pm–3am Monday to Saturday and 9pm–1am on Sunday. The bus will pick you up and deliver you to any destination within the ring road for £1 donation per trip.
Telephone: 07714 445050
Nightline is an independent listening, support and information service run for and by students. It aims to provide every student in Oxford with the opportunity to talk to someone in confidence.
Telephone: 01865 270270
ItsGoodToTalk.org.uk – the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy specially designed website, which aims to guide people through the world of counselling and answer all of the key questions people might have.
YouthHealthTalk.org – for all kinds of information on many health issues
Counselling-directory.org.uk – Counselling Directory was set up as a free, confidential service to encourage those in distress to seek help. Information about various welfare issues including useful articles written by counsellors can be found in order to discern the best possible help.
Student Accommodation Service – for finding accommodation outside Jesus. Run by the University.
Oxfordshire Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre - for referrals, support through reporting to the police and counselling