Our Welfare team have created an anonymous platform for you to raise any concerns, questions or suggestions you have for us! If you have any questions about Islam, life in Oxford or any other problems please feel free to ask it using the link below. Before writing your message, please write in brackets either ‘Sheikh Ibrahim’ – who will answer any Islam related questions, ‘Brother’s Welfare Rep’ or ‘Sister’s Welfare Rep’ – who will answer any welfare related questions. Please be assured that nobody outside welfare team will have access to any content shared and your identity will remain strictly anonymous.
OUISOC takes this system incredibly seriously so please do refrain from sending silly/inappropriate questions as this is a service designed to help our fellow brothers and sisters with potentially sensitive issues.
Annoymous Welfare Chat
The University also offers an excellent counselling service for students and staff. Please visit https://www.ox.ac.uk/students/welfare/counselling to find out more. Mission statement below:
“The Counselling Service is here to help you gain understanding and insight into any difficulties you may be experiencing, to develop emotional resilience and put into effect real change, enabling you to fulfil your academic and personal potential. The Service offers free and confidential support, but it is not an emergency service.”
There are also a range of student-led services are available to provide support for academic and personal worries, or allow you to discuss any problems you have in confidence, your college will also have Welfare Reps (as part of your JCR) who you can also talk to, to find out moe information please visit: https://www.ox.ac.uk/students/welfare/peer
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