Alumnae Benefits

As a member of the St Anne's Alumnae, discover what benefits the College provides for you.

Alumnae Benefits

At St Anne's College, we cherish our alumnae community and provide a variety of benefits for you. We also host a varied programme of events throughout the year, including year, decade and subject reunions, our annual Gaudy and our popular St Anne’s in the City programme.

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Visiting St Anne's

We always love to welcome our alumnae back to College. Whether you just graduated or matriculated a while ago, all alumnae can return to visit College at any time. To organise your visit, please email the Development Office at

Visit St Anne's

Write Your Will for Free

St Anne’s has partnered with Octopus Legacy to offer our alumnae and friends a free will writing service. Having an up-to-date will is the only way to make sure that the people and causes you care about are looked after when you’re no longer here. The online service is available for those in England and Wales, and the offline service but Octopus also offer an over-the-phone/ in-person will-writing service which covers the whole of the UK (including Scotland and Northern Ireland).

This service is absolutely safe and secure, with no obligation, though we do ask that you consider remembering St Anne’s in your will. If you chose to, please let us know, so that we can say thank you.

If you would prefer to talk directly to a solicitor, you can call the Octopus Legacy Team on 0800 773 4014, and quote ‘St Anne’s College’. Alternatively, click on the link below to write your will online.

For more information on leaving a legacy to St Anne’s, visit our legacy giving page. 

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The St Anne's Society

All alumnae of St Anne's are automatically members of the St Anne's Society (also known as the SAS). 

St Anne’s Society (formerly known as the Association of Senior Members, or ASM) is an alumnae led inclusive organisation, of which all students and alumnae of the College become life members automatically, free of charge.

The Society’s purpose is to engage St Anne’s alumnae all over the world with the College in its aspiration to understand the world and change it for the better.

To get in contact with your local branch of the SAS, please contact the Development Office at

Contact the St Anne's Society

Dining In College

College is delighted to be able to offer alumnae the option to dine at St Anne’s at lunchtime on a Monday to Friday during term time.

You are welcome to dine on up to two days per term and pay for you and up to three guests to have lunch in the Hall between 12:30 and 1.45 pm. Seating will be with the students in the Hall. This costs £12.00 (+VAT) per person which includes a main course, two sides, a dessert and a drink.

Booking by emailing or calling 01865 284517. Please provide College two business days’ notice to so that Development may notify Catering of additional numbers at lunch.

Book for Dining in College
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Staying in College

Alumnae can book to stay in College. Rooms are clean, comfortable and serviced daily, are provided with towels, toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities and free internet access. You are also welcome to use the College Bar, subject to availability. Please get in contact with to book.

Stay at St Anne's

The Library

All St Anne’s alumnae are welcome to use the College Library for reference by arrangement with Library staff. Please contact to visit the Tim Gardam Library and the Hartland Library.

Any alumnae who simply want to look around the Library and reminisce can collect a fob from the Lodge.

Visit the Library
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Private Events

You are welcome to host your own event at the College. B&B services are available in addition to facilities that can accommodate small intimate dinners to large multi-room events. The Development Office can assist with event logistics and serve as your St Anne’s contact.

Book your Private Event

MA Degree Conversion

Graduates who have been admitted to the degrees of Bachelors of Arts and Bachelors of Fine Art can convert their degree to an MA in, or at any time after, the twenty-first term from their Matriculation (ie, seven years after you started studying at Oxford).

Those admitted to the degrees of MEng, MChem, M.Phys, MMath, MESc, or MBiochem do not convert it to an MA (or take an MA in addition), but from their twenty-first term from Matriculation they are automatically entitled to wear an MA gown.

Please contact the academic administrator Sophie Okeke to book. 

Contact Sophie
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Share Your News

We love to hear updates from our alumnae which we can share in our newsletters and our annual publication, The Ship.  Please email to share your news, updates and any publications.

Share Your News
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Reconnect With Friends

Have you lost touch with a friend from your College days? Or maybe you met a new friend at one of our alumnae events?

The Development Office can help put you in contact with them. Contact the Development Office at

(Due to data protection laws, we can forward messages but cannot give out contact details without permission of the alumna).

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