“Confusing and very difficult” – college suspension policies revealed

Suspension is becoming increasingly common in Oxford, having risen by 68% since 2011. Yet it continues to be an invisible side of university life and an investigation by The Oxford Student has found that there are considerable differences in the way that colleges treat suspended students. This gives lie to a commonly held assumption that […]

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Oxford’s mental health care lottery

  A significant proportion of students who have suspended their studies for mental health reasons have expressed their dissatisfaction at the level of support provided by their colleges during their period of suspension. In an investigation conducted by The Oxford Student, 72 percent of students indicated that they felt that they were not provided with sufficient levels of support during their period away from college. This contrasts […]

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