Current students

Meet your SU team and discover handy quick links for current students, from booking a room to academic regulations.


Current student essentials

Current student essentials

Lost? Wadham site map

College map

Book a room

Book a room

Click on the picture to find out all you need to know about room bookings.

Read the Wadham Handbook

Download the Wadham Handbook

Everything you might need to know about Wadham in one fact filled online handbook.

What time's lunch?

What time's lunch?

Meal booking system
New refectory mealtimes:
Breakfast: 08.15-09.00 Mon - Fri
Brunch: 11.00-13.00 Saturday   
Lunch:   12.30-13.25 Mon - Fri   
Dinner:  18.15-18.45 Mon - Fri

Become a student ambassador

Become a student ambassador

Contact the College Access Office for details

Need the nurse (or doctor)?

Email the nurse, Carolyn Rhule: The nurse's office (by the Okinaga Room) is open Monday 10.30- 1pm; Tuesday  10.30- 12.30; Wednesday 10.30-12.30; Thursday 12.30-3pm; Friday 12.30-3pm. In emergencies contact the Lodge, Tel: 77900

Closest pub

Closest pub

Apart from the College bar (open Mon-Sat, 19.00 -23.00), you couldn't really get much closer than The King's Arms (above which some of you live!). Details of other Oxford locals here.

Contact IT

Contact IT

Mon - Fri - 9am to 5pm:
Tel: 77988, 77594 & 77995
Out of hours: Our Graduate Computer Scholar can be contacted via the Lodge 77900

Take part in New York exchange

Wadham students in New York

The three week Wadham-Sarah Lawrence New York Exchange Programme takes place in the Spring vacation. Find out more...

Join the Wadham website team

Join the Wadham website team

Potential journos, photographers and film makers contact Julia for your first assignment,

Who's who

Find out who's who among our academic staff and our support staff



Your student room insurance focuses on covering some of the items in your room for theft, fire and flood risk. To check what is covered, please download your insurance certificate.
Laptops, tablets and phones are not covered outside your room so you may wish to consider taking out additional cover to protect these essentials.

Meet your SU Committee

SU President – Sulamaan Rahim

Sulamaan (PPE, 2017) has played an active role in College politics since joining Wadham. His priority over the coming year will be to help make disruptions caused by building works go as smoothly as possible and encourage a wider student group to get involved in SU activities and promote inter-year activities.

Sulamaan has worked with Wadham’s access and outreach team as a Student Ambassador since starting at Wadham and is passionate about encouraging more black and minority ethnic students to apply to Oxford. 

Making sure all students are aware of the support network available to those with mental health issues is also high on his agenda. 


Vice President - Joe Lovell-McNamee

Wadham SU website

Academic and Careers Officer: Milo Thursfield

Access Officer: Dan Gunn

Arts Officer: Bryony McIvor

Bar & Social: Joanne McNulty

Charities, Environment and Ethics Officer: Theo Harris

Class officer: Katie Swann

Communications Officer: Eoin Hughes

Disabled Students' Officer: Patrick Storey and Carys Dally

Domestic Officer: Lucy Johnson Perret

Entz Officers: Flora Nicholson, Gabriel Clark, Edmund Morrell and Jasmine Knapmann

Freshers' President: Avnika Patel

Freshers’ Reps: Adhi, Elizabeth Barbeary, Elizabeth Bircham, Lucas Watts, Callum Long, and Clare St George

JCR Officer: Tom Carter

International Officer: Celine Ng

LGBTQIA+ Officers: Megan Greenough and Reuben Woolley

PoCRE Officer: Leela Jadhav and Karishma Paun

Sarah Lawrence Rep: Sarah B Klein 

Sports Officer: Hazem Hassan

Staff Liaison Officer: Jade Spencer

Suspended Students Officer: Poppy Holmes

Tech Rep: Raymond Douglas

Tortoise Officer: Juliet Shapiro

Trans Reps: Kei Patrick and Ed Wilkinson

Treasurer: Hashim Guleid

Welfare Officer: Ava Sharpe

Welfare Reps: Sofía Sanabria de Felipe, Callum Long, Mary Brown

Women’s Officers: Alice Scharmeli and Leila Roberts

Oxford University Student Union

Wadham Students' Union OUSU OUSU Clubs and Societies

As well as being a member of Wadham’s Students’ Union, you are also be a member of the wider Oxford University Students’ Union.  OUSU represents and serves the student community, giving students a stronger voice in how the University operates. 

Find out more about Oxford University Clubs, Events and Societies.