Hello and welcome to the JCR Committee Page. Below you will find a list of all the members of the JCR committee, both fully and semi-elected.
If you ever need anything, or have any questions or suggestions about college life, then get in touch with someone below. We’re all friendly people who will try their best to give you the advice and information that you need. The JCR is here to represent your views, so if you are ever unhappy with anything just get in touch!
Please send any messages for the weekly bulletin newsletter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
To email any of the committee members, use their normal Oxford email: email@example.com
Fully Elected Officers
Hello! I’m Harry, a second year PPEist, and the JCR President. My job is to work with the wonderful JCR committee to represent your interests in college- our aim is to make sure that undergraduates at Oriel have the best student experience possible! If you need someone to communicate with the College administration on your behalf then I’m your guy:) We’re always looking for proposals that the JCR committee can raise with the College- if you have any changes you want to make to student life at Oriel, you are more than welcome to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey! I’m Amrit, a 2nd year History & Economics student and the JCR Vice-President. I’m the person to contact for anything related to Guest Nights, Halfway Hall, House Committee, Buildings Committee, and accommodation-related matters. Please do get in touch via fb or email (email@example.com)! xx×
Hi, I’m Harry, a third year PPE student and the JCR returning officer. I bang the gavel and keep people quiet at JCR open meetings, as well as running elections and referendums and dealing with any issues with the constitution. If you need me for whatever reason, find me on Facebook or shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org×
Hey hey!! I’m Rochelle and I’m a second year doing PPE and also the current Secretary of Oriel JCR. I’m mainly responsible for the super fun agendas, minutes, and term cards :) so you’ll be getting a weekly email from me about all of these! If you have something you would like to include in the agenda or term card, please email me at email@example.com or message me through Facebook (Rochelle Moss). Get excited for some fun emails xxx×
Hi! I’m Anna (she/her), a 2nd year maths student and your JCR treasurer! I’m responsible for managing the JCRs finances by forming and tracking the budget, reimbursing people and representing the JCR’s financial issues in college. If you have any queries regarding the JCR’s finances, or anything else for that matter, then feel free to message me on Facebook or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.×
Hi! I’m Sophie, a second year hispol student, and I’ll be your welfare rep this year alongside Monim! I’m really excited to take on this role and hopefully help everyone enjoy their time at Oriel! My role includes running welfare events, distributing sexual health supplies, and generally being a friendly face you feel you can talk to! Having been peer-support trained by the University Counselling Service (along with the rest of the peer support team in the jcr) I would love to listen to any issues or problems you may be facing with complete confidentiality. Please do get in touch if you ever need anything, either on facebook /college email/ or in person! Looking forward to welfare everyone :)) Xxx×
Hey! I’m Lewis. I study history and I’ll be one of your welfare officers for next year, along with Abi. It’s our job to make sure you’re doing ok and everything’s going well throughout your time at Oriel. We’ll make sure Oriel is warm and welcoming by always being around to chat as well as organising many events. You can chat to us and the other peer supporters about anything and everything in complete confidentiality. You can find me on Facebook and my email is email@example.com. I can’t wait to meet you all!
Access & Admissions Officer
Hey hey, I’m Lily and I study Classics and English. As Class and Access Officer, it’s my job to ensure Oriel is an equally welcome environment for all and that issues with Access are prioritised. Part of my job is helping with the JCR Hardship fund so please feel free to contact me with matters concerning the fund or any other related questions. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org but obviously you can speak to me in person too.
Academic Affairs & Careers
Hi! I’m Max, a second year PPEist and the JCR Academic Affairs, Careers and Suspended Students Officer. My job has three distinct roles. On the academic side of things, I’m here to help you out when you need to use formal lines of communication with college, and can assist when you’ve not had collections returned, if you want to talk to people about course changes or provide library feedback. The careers part of the job means that I’ll be filling your inbox with loads of University Careers Service info and hopefully set up some careers events throughout the year. Finally, I’m here to represent suspended students or point those who want to explore suspension in the right direction. Email me at
email@example.com or just message on Facebook with any questions
Hey I’m Maddie, a second year AMH student. Am I a classicist? Am I a historian? Nobody knows I’m gonna be one of your Entz reps for next year, along with Hannah and Mia. We’re going to try and make next year as normal as possible despite the current situation, and put on events that offer some light relief from work. We’ll also organise some fun little socials like crewdates, bops and the famous Garden Party in Trinity. You’ll always find me in Flat 1, probably blasting musicals and pretending I’m a West End star. If you have any questions or just fancy a gossip and a chat, pop over, message me on Facebook or drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org×
Hey Hey!! Im Bea (everyone calls me 😎 and I’m one of the entz reps this year. Our role includes organising bops and social events throughout the year, whether its the Halloween bop, Garden party or selling club tickets weekly.
Im a second year biochemist, and I live in sc 2.4, so feel free to pop by for any suggestions or a chat in general (even if not entz related). Equally, you can pm on facebook (Beatriz Vicario Santos) or send me an email (email@example.com). We hope to host events for everyone’s taste so come along to as many as you can xx ORIEL LOVEE 🙂
Hey I’m Rhea, a second year medic and, along with Bea and Harri, I’m one of your Entertainment Reps for this year. We’ll be organising lots of social events, eg bops (college parties), to suit all tastes and make your college life as endorphin-filled as possible. I’m really looking forward to meeting you guys; please feel free to pop me a message on Facebook or send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any ideas. Alternatively, if you’d like a wholesome chat over a cup of tea feel free to find me in staircase 9, set 3 (second quad).×
Hey, I’m Caitlin, I’m a second year historian and your LGBTQ+ Officer this year! My role in the JCR is to represent the interests of Oriel’s LGBTQ+ students as well as host fun and informative events relating to the queer community in Oxford and beyond. I’m always happy to chat about any questions or concerns you might have about LGBTQ+ issues at Oriel, you can find me in SC 35 or you can DM me on Facebook (Caitlin Ross), Instagram (@neverenders), or email me at email@example.com. I currently split my time between Oxford and Texas, so if you contact me over a vac be aware that there might be a delay due to time zones! I look forward to meeting everybody and strengthening Oriel’s queer community! xx×
Hello ! I’m Emma, a first year linguist studying French, and I’ll be the JCR’s Women’s Officer this year. I’m prepared to be a voice for the concerns of self-identifying women, transfeminine and non-binary people in college, but anyone, no matter their gender identity, can approach me if they have any concerns. I’m in charge of running the Sexual Consent Workshop in Fresher’s Week and I’ll also be holding events during term to come along to! I’ll be letting everyone know about university-wide and community events for women* via the Oriel JCR Facebook page too, so do keep an eye out! You can reach me at via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), by Facebook message, or in person. Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any suggestions, concerns or would simply like a chat; I’m peer-support trained and well-stocked with tea!×
Mental Health & Disabilities
I’m Hannah, I’m a first year medic and the JCR’s Mental Health and Disabilities Rep. If you want to contact me you can message me on Facebook, email me at email@example.com, or of course I’m always happy to meet in person!
Equalities and Ethics
Hello! I’m Hugo, a second year English and French student, and I am your Equalities and Ethics Officer for this year. I aim to ensure that all JCR members are treated fairly and that their problems are addressed. I liaise with the other Equalities Officers to promote and maintain a welcoming and equal atmosphere in college. If you have any questions, concerns or simply want to chat, drop me an email at @firstname.lastname@example.org , message me on Facebook or drop by my room.×
Hey, I’m Joe, a second year computer scientist and the JCR facilities officer. Get in touch with me if you want to borrow the air bed/ ironing board or if you notice something is broken or missing e.g. ping pong bats or the kettle. Facebook is probably the easiest way to contact me or you can send me an email (email@example.com). I’m open to suggestions for any new facilities people think we could benefit from, just let me know. I’m also in charge of the room ballot, which is how we decide accommodation after 1st year. Feel free to ask questions about this although I’ll be providing much more detailed information about it nearer the time.×
I’m Liora, I do Computer Science and am currently the JCR’s International Officer!
My role is to be there for international students, including (but not limited to) providing advice, help, food, or simply being someone to talk to. I will be organizing several events, such as brunches, other casual get-togethers, and, of course, the yearly international formal.
If you ever want to talk to me, send me a message on Facebook or send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Orientation Programme – http://www.ox.ac.uk/students/new/orientation/
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Hi! I’m Brian, a second year chemist. My role as bar rep is to promote our college bar and to organise bar events, such as the always popular Oriel Fridays – an open mic night ran frequently throughout the year. The bar is a great social space being the location of bops and jcr meetings, and is the home of Oxford’s very best beverage, our college drink, the glenys!!
Hey, here’s my paragraph for the website…… “Hi! My name is Ben, I am a second year physicist and I’m the food rep. My main role is to run the tuck shop and to review and improve food served at hall. I also buy the snacks for JCR and committee meetings !!!
Hi, I’m Alice and I am a second-year Law student and the Sports and Gym Representative for Oriel. My role includes organising Sports Dinner and Colours, maintaining the college gym facilities and ensuring that all sporty things are running smoothly around college. I am also the college’s Netball Captain, so if you have any questions regarding Netball, or any other sports in Oriel or at a University level, I can help to put you in touch with the right people. Please feel free to message me on Facebook, or email me on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi I’m Nile, I’m a second year mathematician and I’ll be your Charities rep this year. I’m in charge of organising a termly Charity Formal, Charity Stash(!!!) as well as various other volunteering and fundraising events. You’ll from me throughout the year on the JCR Facebook page. I’ve got lots of new ideas but would love to hear yours too, so please message me on Facebook if you’d like to get something organised and I’d be more than happy to help out! I can also point you in the direction of the right people if you have any specific RAG-related enquires. Or you can send me an email at email@example.com, or find me in college×
Heya I’m Chris, I’m an engineering student and your freshers’ rep this term! I’ve been part of the team organising the freshers’ week timetable, and we’ve done our best to provide a wide range of activities to appeal to all. I’m on hand to make sure you have a fabulous start to first year, which is a very exciting time but can also be quite daunting! I’ll be around lots this term so if there’s anything you want to talk about then message me on facebook, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or we can meet in person I’m more than happy
Hi, I’m Sabrina – your College Arts Rep for this academic year! I am really passionate about all things arts and culture and hope to organise a fantastic year of fun events that will inspire all of you to get creative. From poetry to painting to performances of any kind and everything in between; I will keep you updated on all things arty to get involved in at Oriel or the University more generally! If you have any ideas for ways to add a touch of creative flair and sparkle to college life or have any questions for me do get in touch either via email, email@example.com, or message me on facebook.
Hello! I’m George, a second year English & French student, and I’m the JCR’s External Affairs Representative for this year. I’ll be communicating between our JCR and the external bodies it’s related to (Oxford SU, the Development Office, and our MCR), and attend Oxford SU Council meetings, voting on the JCR’s behalf. If you’ve any questions, issues you’d like me to raise, or if you fancy a chat, do get in contact with me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or message me on Facebook.
Heya! I’m Amelia and a second year engineer. I will be your environment rep for the next academic year. My role is to ensure that the college is as environmentally friendly as possible. This starts with recycling and reducing food waste, but there’s many more areas that can be improved. If you have any ideas though out the year for how we can reduce Oriel’s environmental impact, I’d love to hear them!