College Policies

Equality, conduct and welfare

St Antony’s College is committed to fostering an inclusive culture which promotes equality, values diversity and maintains a working, learning and social environment in which the rights and dignity of all members of the College community are respected. Find out more about the work of our Equality and Diversity Committee. Information about our actions to improve and promote equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) can also be found in our Annual Report – these include our approach to inclusivity and being family friendly; our efforts to increase funding for student support and scholarships so that we can offer places to all those who will benefit from an Oxford education at St Antony’s, regardless of background; and our dedicated EDI training courses for students and staff.

All members of the St Antony’s College community – whether students, Governing Body Fellows, staff, Senior Members, alumni or associates – have a role to play in supporting this aim, and in sustaining the highest ethical standards in all their interactions, whether virtual or physical.

The College values integrity, honesty and fairness and strives to integrate these values into its teaching and learning, research, and business and operational practices. The Code of Conduct below applies to all those acting on behalf of the College or as a College member.

Code of Conduct

Code of Student Discipline

Policy & Procedure on Harassment

Complaints Policy & Procedure

Conflicts of Interest Policy

Equality & Diversity inclusion statement

Equality Policy

Family-friendly Policy

Free Speech Statement

Anti Slavery Policy

Whistle Blowing Policy

Fitness to Study

Donations Acceptance Policy and Process

Information and Data Protection

How We Use Your Data

Data Protection Policy Statement

Information Security Policy

Making a Subject Access Request


College Library Collection Management Policy

Information relating to the legislation and policies of the University of Oxford can be found on the main University website.

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