Peer Supporters

Peer support is a crucial part of welfare, both in college and at the University. Green Templeton College Student Peer Supporters are available to talk with you informally about anything that is concerning you.

If you have doubts or issues to work through, or just need an impartial, completely confidential ear to listen, they are here to help you out, providing an informal and friendly service.

All Peer Supporters undergo 30 hours of training with the Oxford University Counselling Service before taking up their post.

You can email a peer supporter to set up a meeting or get in touch on behalf of friends that you are worried about.

If you have any questions about joining the Peer Support Team, training or playing a greater role in the college, then please contact any one of our Peer Supporters.

Learn more about becoming a Peer Supporter.

Green Templeton’s Peer Supporters

You can contact peer supporters via email personally or by emailing If you cannot reach a peer supporter and are in need of immediate help, please contact a Junior Dean (+44 (0)7868 185963) or The Lodge (+44 (0)1865 274770). If it is an emergency, please contact emergency services on 999.

You can also read an interview with our Peer Supporters with more details on how their roles work, how to contact them, and what they can provide.

Cori Campbell200

Cori Campbell

Happy to chat about any all aspects of student life and welfare, either virtually or in person


Jordan Gorenberg200Jordan Gorenberg

Born and raised in California, Jordan recently completed his MPhil in Medical Anthropology before continuing onto the DPhil in Anthropology. He enjoys playing and listening to music, reading and cooking. Jordan is always willing to have a chat, especially over coffee.

Austen FisherAusten Fisher

Rainbow Peer
An Oregonian connecting with his ancestral roots out here in the land of Druids. When I am not engaged with my studies you can find me skateboarding, kayaking, camping, gardening, snowboarding, surfing, or scuba diving alongside my wife, Birdie. When recovering from adventuring, you’ll find me inside nerding-out on various board games, music, art, and psychonautics, along with all things Marvel and Lord of the Rings. As a second-year DPhil student in anthropology who also survived an MSc with relative grace, I am happy to chat about anything and know all the best spots for food, adventures, pints, and coffee.