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Wolfson provides telephones which are connected to the Oxford University Telephone Network in all College accommodation. OUTN is one of the largest private telephone networks in UK. There is an obligatory line charge factored into the accommodation rent for providing this service.
- Occupants will be able to dial anywhere within the University free of charge.
- 999 emergency service dialling is provided, as is 0800 (free) telephone number dialling.
- Direct Dialled Incoming calls are free to the occupant and unrestricted.
If you are experiencing difficulties with the telephone service at Wolfson:
- first check that your telephone instrument is not faulty by plugging in a spare instrument.
- either try a neighbour's or ask to borrow one from the Accommodation Office.
- if this indicates that the fault lies elsewhere in the system, call the Central Faults Desk, Ext 88888 during office hours.
- do not report faults in the Maintenance Book.
- also refer to the green telephone information sheet issued with your accommodation key.
The University negotiates special rates with its service providers. As one of the largest private telephone networks in UK, it has considerable purchasing power, and its charges are usually cheaper than most other providers. These charges vary from time to time, depending on the negotiations and on the different service providers used by the University. Unfortunately the network does not publish a full and regularly updated list of tarriff rates for individual countries. The College passes on the charges levied by the University Telecoms service without gearing them. Wolfson offices are also connected to the same network, and pay the same rates. Office telephones are set with different levels of dialling privileges. Telephones in public areas are set with dialling privileges for University, emergency and 0800 numbers only.
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Networking24 - 24Apr AprTri-Innovate Pitch EventTuesday 24 April -5:30pm to 8:30pm
Tri-Innovate 2018 finalists will pitch their ideas at The Foundry for £8,000 first prize and title of Innovation of the Year. Come support Wolfson finalists as they compete against finalists from Hertford, Jesus, New, and Pembroke Colleges.Courses and Workshops28 - 28Apr AprIndo-Iranian Philology Study DaySaturday 28 April -9:00am to 5:00pm
A study day in Indo-Iranian philology, with opportunities to take lessons in subjects such as Avestan, Vedic Sanskrit, reading Old Persian cuneiform, and Indo-Iranian and Indo-European comparative philology. There will be taster sessions for beginners and brush-up sessions for those who once studied the subject. For further information or to book a place, please email Philomen Probert (email@example.com).Concert and Plays01 - 01May MayInauguration of Tim HitchensTuesday 1 May -8:00am to 11:00am
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.
8.00–8.40 am Musical entertainment by members of the College
All are welcome to drop in
8.40–9.00 am Break
Morning pastries will be available
9.00–9.30 am Formal inauguration of the new President
Please take your places by 9 am