The MCR committee is elected annually during the latter part of Michaelmas Term. The officers of the current MCR committee are shown below, along with their contact details.
Your MCR committee are here to work hard to maintain and improve the graduate experience here in St. Anne’s, within the MCR and via liaison with St. Anne’s College. They are responsible for organising all kinds of events (from social events to academic discussion groups to sports); for maintaining MCR facilities such as the common room, IT room, and tea and coffee; for supporting academic work; and for student welfare.
Importantly, members of the MCR committee participate in college’s meetings (concerning college regulations, academic affairs, accommodation, college-maintained facilities, and welfare) and make suggestions to them that we believe will cater to your needs. If you have any suggestions, concerns, questions, or criticisms – whether it be personal to you or more general, and whether it be with regard to social, academic, domestic, or any other aspect of MCR life at St. Anne’s – please do not hesitate to contact relevant committee members. Alternatively, you can bring forward any issues or proposals you have to one of our regular MCR meetings.
Board of Executives
Our Executives co-ordinate the Committee’s activities and represent the MCR in Governing Body and the Council on Finances. They oversee the organization of General Meetings, elections, and the MCR finances. The Secretary circulate the weekly newsletter; please do get in touch at if you’d like to advertise anything with the rest of the MCR.
Our Social Secretaries are in charge of planning and advertising social functions such parties and dinners, and are responsible for putting together the term cards. You can get in touch with them at
May Sin Ke
William van Noordt
Welfare & Equalities Team
We are wholly committed to your welfare and want you to get the very best from your time at St Anneʼs—in particular in these unusual times. Do seek out help and support at the earliest opportunity! We wholeheartedly encourage you to reach out to our MCR Welfare officers and our Equalities team whenever you have questions or concerns about the environment as a St Anne’s graduate student.
Please do not hesitate to contact the peer supporters to talk with you informally, confidentially and impartially about anything that is concerning you, ranging from academic issues to homesickness. Peer supporters can also point you towards additional welfare resources if you want them. Peer supporters undergo 30 hours of training with the Oxford University Counselling Service and swear to abide by a Code of Practice. Please email the peer supporters to arrange a meeting or catch them at the weekly welfare teas!
Sports Secretary & EPH Representative
Oxford SU Representative
Be sure to send us an email if you ever have a query, or otherwise want to get in contact with us.
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