The College provides comprehensive computing facilities to help all students with their studies. All College accommodation (both on-site and off-site) and the Library has access to the University data network, and is subject to the University's 'Regulations Relating to the Use of Information Technology Facilities'. These are to be found in the Proctors' and Assessor's Memorandum, which is issued to all students each year.
The College has two communal computing areas. The main computer room is located the basement of the Walton building, part of the new Advanced Studies Centre. There is are a smaller number of computers available in the hayloft above the Stables bar. These offers a range of software, facilities for scanning and printing and centralised file storage. Wireless internet access (OWL and eduroam) is available in most locations on the College site and in student accomodation. Cabled internet access is by arrangement only, and only offered in exceptional cases.
All students are issued with University e-mail accounts, which are accessible over the internet.
The College website provides a broad range of College information and facilities on-line.
The IT Department is happy to offer assistance with any enquiries.
Appointments for IT support can be made in person, by email or over the phone.
Email requests should be submitted to .
We are offering IT Service support from 8 – 10am every day.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays support will also be available between 2pm and 4pm.
Tuesdays and Thursdays support will be available from 4pm to 6pm.
Outside of these hours, we will offer support for urgent issues, and serious system issues only.
The computer scholars will also be routinely available on Monday and Thursdays 6-8pm.
Appointments are required for this, please contact them at
Appointments at other times with the scholars are also available, please email to arrange this with them.