Every years we help hundreds of students and members of our local and global community. Here are some of the department that will help you while at Wolfson.
The Academic Office is responsible for all aspects of student administration handled by the college. Learn more.
The Accounts Office manage fees, funding, grants, battels, pay and refunds for the College community. Learn more.
The Accommodation Office allocates and administrates the College accommodation. Learn more.
The IT Team is dedicated to keeping you connected, and committed to making your time at Wolfson productive. Learn more.
Housekeeping & Maintenance
The Housekeeping and Maintenance team are here to maintain the college facilities and help our members with any housekeeping and maintenance enquiry. Learn more.
The Lodge’s receptionists are the first point of contact with Wolfson and the College remains open seven days a week. Learn more.
The Nursery provides a safe and stimulating educational environment in which children can develop their knowledge and skills. Learn more.
A minibus service runs for College members between the College and the city centre every 20 minutes in the early morning, lunchtime and late afternoons on Mondays to Fridays. Learn more.
8 May 2018Message from the President
It is a great honour to have been elected President of Wolfson. The college is one of the most distinctive in Oxford: a graduate college,...30 April 2018Inauguration of Tim Hitchens
All members and friends of Wolfson College are invited to a May morning welcome event for Tim Hitchens, CMG LVO as the new President of Wolfson....
Lectures and Seminars21 - 21May MayThe Zoroastrian goddess Dēn in Islamic robe: her figure in Zoroastrianism and it...Monday 21 May - 5:00pmCourses and Workshops21 - 21May MayZen MeditationMonday 21 May - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Learn and practise traditional Zen Buddhist meditation and learn the fundamental tenets of Buddhism.Lectures and Seminars22 - 22May MayAWRC: Graduate Students' Forum: presentations of their work in progressTuesday 22 May - 5:30pm to 7:00pm
3 graduate student members of the AWRC will present a topic for friendly discussion with Cluster members and others with an interest: Nina de Kreij: "Μᾶλλον and μάλιστα in comparative and superlative expressions in Homer" Valters Negribs: "Can Kings be Yogīs?" Eva Anita Haghighi: "Etruscans in Latin poetry: political,cultural and personal implications in the age of Augustus". All are welcome!