Keeping in touch

Please keep in touch with us about your whereabouts, and any other information you would like to share with us. Please log-in to our alumnae area to update your details (you can also view the details we currently hold) or email any changes to


We would like to use your email address to send you news from the University of Oxford, St Anne’s College and St Anne’s Society, updates on our activities, as well as information about careers networking, events (including invitations to Reunions) and fundraising. Changes to the law mean that we cannot continue sending you this type of information without your express consent and we need to make you aware that to improve our communications, we use email monitoring tools.
I’d be grateful if you could let us know that you are happy for your email address to be used in this way - we will not be able to send any future emails without your express permission. 
You can unsubscribe or change your communications preferences at anytime by email -; by post - The Development Office, St Anne's College, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6HS; or by logging into our alumnae area -

Forwarding Mail

If you have recently left St Anne’s College and are expecting mail, please let us know your current address and we will forward this on to you (only available to addresses within the European Union).


You can sign up as a member of our e-group. This gives our 2,400+ e-Group members regular updates on our very latest news and forthcoming events. As a member of the group you will receive our regular e-zine, st@nnes, which covers University stories that have attracted media interest, and rounds up the latest College happenings.

To subscribe, please log-in to the alumnae area and update your communication preferences.

Read the latest edition of st@nnes March 2017.

Social Networking

You can also keep up-to-date with news and events at St Anne's by joining our groups on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Contact your contemporaries

If you would like to get back in contact with your friends from St Anne’s, we are happy to pass on your message and details to the person you want to contact. We cannot give you any personal details of our graduates as this is prohibited in regulations laid out in the Data Protection Act 1998.

First contact the Development Office, giving us your friend’s name and where possible their course and year of matriculation.

We will confirm whether or not we have an up-to-date email or postal address for them. If we have their email address, please email us with your message asking for it to be forwarded to your friend. Otherwise, please send us the letter you wish to be forwarded in a stamped, unsealed envelope and we will send it on your behalf.


By updating your contact details, we can ensure that you receive invitations to our events. All alumnae are invited to the Alumni Weekend and Gaudy which takes place every September, and you will be invited to a year group Reunion every three to five years. In 2017, there will be a post-2000s and 1990s Reunion. 

Read the talks given at the 1970 to 1978 Reunion on Saturday 25 June by Professor Neil MacFarlane and the Principal, Tim Gardam.