Oxford SU (Oxford University Student Union)

All matriculated graduate students are members of Oxford SU (Oxford University Student Union) which represent students’ interests before the University. The Kellogg student body is affiliated to Oxford SU and has the right to elect an Oxford SU representative who should attend meetings and voice the collective opinions of Kellogg College students. For more details on Oxford SU and the Officers for this year please see www.oxfordsu.org

Oxford SU is affiliated with the NUS (National Union of Students) and students can purchase a Totum card (previously known as an NUS Extra card) which gives access to a huge array of discounts, both online and on the high street, see www.totum.com/campaigns/nus-extra-is-totum for further details. Oxford SU’s own website www.oxfordsu.org contains a breadth of information on facilities, services and support available to students.

Oxford SU Student Advice Service

The Student Advice Service is the only advice, information and advocacy service exclusively available to Oxford University students. The service is staffed by a full-time manager and two part-time advisors who can help you with any questions or concerns regarding academic disputes, appeals, personal relationships and mental health.

For a list of the most up to date ways to contact see the website www.oxfordsu.org/advice-wellbeing/ (SSO/user login required) or email (advice@oxfordsu.ox.ac.uk). They are based at 4 Worcester Street, Oxford, OX1 2BX.

Updated on: 21/07/2023