Our Fellows, Lecturers and Researchers have excellent reputations in their areas of research, giving our students the opportunity to learn from experts in their chosen subjects. The diversity of subjects studied at St Anne’s creates an interesting interdisciplinary culture within the College, encouraging collaboration and ensuring that our students encounter new ideas outside the disciplines they study.Learn more
Our dedicated Library is among the largest of any Oxford college and is spread across two buildings, the newest of which was completed in 2017.
With state of the art IT facilities and rooms for group working, as well as work spaces for focused study in an atmosphere of quiet concentration, we have a range of spaces for every need.Learn more
Our dedicated Outreach Team work with students, teachers, schools and families across the UK and especially in our outreach link regions.
Under the University's regionalised system for outreach, we are linked with schools and colleges in Tyne and Wear, Northumberland and the London Boroughs of Hillingdon and Southwark.Learn more
St Anne’s has an excellent range of College accommodation and offers on-site accommodation for three years, including to all first-year students. All rooms are single occupancy, many are en-suite and accessible rooms are available.Learn more
Our students are supported by our fantastic and dedicated Welfare team, including our Dean for Welfare, Assistant Deans (postgraduates who live on site), College Nurse and Peer Supporters. Students are also supported by the Senior Tutor and the Academic Office team, who look after students during their time here.
Undergraduates at St Anne’s belong to the Junior Common Room (JCR), who organise a variety of social events for students throughout the year, including activities to help new students settle in when they start here at St Anne’s. In addition to the wide range of University-level societies, we have many College societies and teams for St Anne’s students to join.
From its roots as an educational establishment for women in the 19th century, St Anne’s has sought to educate those with the ability and determination to pursue an Oxford education, regardless of background. Today the College prides itself on offering the highest-quality education in a supportive and informal co- educational environment.Download