College Policies and Codes of Practice

College Policies and Codes of Practice

The College maintains a range of policies and codes of practice to help set expectations around the way that the College delivers its responsibilities and the way that we expect our members (students, staff, Fellows, Senior Members and others associated with the College) to conduct themselves.

In this Student Handbook, the policies and codes of practice are listed with relevant links to the College website where they are printed in full.

 If a policy or code of practice is updated, the most recent version is the applicable version.

Code of student discipline

The purpose of the Code of Student Discipline is to enable St Antony's College to take appropriate

measures in cases in which one or more of its students is/are in breach of their obligations as a

member of the College.

All students (including Visiting Students) must observe two separate but complementary sets of disciplinary regulations:

•          The University of Oxford’s conduct regulations, accessible here.

•          The Code of Student Discipline of St Antony's College, accessible here.

Policy on Harassment

St Antony's College does not tolerate any form of harassment or victimisation and expects all members of the College community, its visitors and contractors to treat each other with respect, courtesy and consideration. The 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.

For the College's Statement of Policy Concerning Harassment, please see here.

Student-College Contract 

Two copies of the College contract are issued to students on their arrival, and they must return a signed copy to the Registry as a condition of College enrolment.

Complaints procedure

St Antony’s College is committed to monitoring and evaluating its services to enhance their quality and ensure that they meet the needs of all visitors to and members of the College. The College's Complaints Procedure is  available here.

Equality policy

The College's Equal Opportunities Policy is available here.

Free Speech Statement

The College's Free Speech Statement is available here.

Information Security Policy

The College's Information Security Policy is available here.

IT rules

The College's IT Rules are available here.

Library rules

The Library upholds 13 rules to ensure that reading rooms remain pleasant and conducive to study, and that the collection is protected and shared fairly amongst members. The rules are displayed in every reading room, and here.