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Green Templeton College | Oxford

Daily Information

Daily Information is a brightly-coloured A2 broadsheet which is displayed all around Oxford – in every College lodge and University department, as well as many pubs, cafés, shops and offices. The sheet contains advertisements for jobs, accommodation, events, and services, plus listings for cinema, theatre, gigs and meetings.


It also exists on the web, where much more detailed information can be found, including a guide to Oxford, restaurant reviews, and useful downloads.



The Dean is a Fellow of the College responsible for the welfare, conduct and discipline of students.


The current Dean is Professor Richard McManus.


Dean of Degrees

The Dean of Degrees is a Fellow of the College with responsibility for College involvement in Graduation and Matriculation ceremonies.


The current Dean of Degrees is Dr Gerald Myatt.


Development Office

The Development Office has two main objectives: to maintain and build relationships with College alumni and friends, and to raise money to support the College and its student body.


For further information see the Alumni & Friends pages.



The Dining Room is based on the ground floor of the Radcliffe Observatory.


See further information about meals and how to book for them.



For directions to Green Templeton College, see our How to find us page.



Green Templeton College will make every effort to cater for students with disabilities. Disclosure of disability is not compulsory, but if the College is not aware of a disability specific adjustments cannot be made. This may be particularly important at exam time.


If you would like to disclose information about a disability, please contact Alison Franklin.


The College Doctor is Dr Deborah Waller at 19 Beaumont Street.


All students should register with a General Practitioner (GP) while in Oxford, and it is usual for this GP to be the College Doctor. New students should register by completing the medical questionnaire and GMS1 registration form sent in their Freshers' packs, which should be received in late July. You may also make an appointment to register by calling the surgery on 01865 240501 when you arrive in Oxford.


See further information about medical arrangements.



Doctor of Philosophy (or ‘doctorate’). In most other universities, this qualification is know as the PhD.



Special arrangements can be made for students with dyslexia. In addition to examination arrangements, this can also include appropriate support through a student’s course. If you have dyslexia (or think you may have dyslexia) it is therefore important to disclose this as early as possible. Contact Alison Franklin.