Covid-19 Updates & Resources
The University of Oxford COVID 19 microsite is regularly updated. This should be your first source of information on personal safety, travel, confirmed cases, and planning. Read information from the University for current students.
Contact details for the College staff can be found in the Student Handbook.
- Mansfield Student Covid-19 Protocol, including self-isolation guidance (all students) (updated October 2021)
- Guidance for students self-isolating after arriving from abroad
Gail Leckie (Welfare Tutor) is available to discuss welfare matters.
University Welfare Resources
Free online support through Togetherall
We understand that the pandemic is a worrying time for many of you. Oxford Student Welfare and Support Services remain available through online and telephone appointments, and Oxford students can now also access free online support 24/7 through Togetherall. Togetherall is a free service giving you access to a global welfare community. It provides a safe space online to get things off your chest, explore your feelings, get creative and learn how to self-manage your mental health and wellbeing. Whether you’re struggling to sleep, feeling low, stressed or unable to cope, Togetherall can help you get support, take control and feel better. On Togetherall, you are totally anonymous to other members in the community, and your personal information is kept secure while you are on the site (see Togetherall’s privacy statement). The University will not be informed if you’ve signed up to Togtherall or know what you have been doing unless Togetherall are seriously concerned about your safety. To join, simply visit the Togetherall official website and Register under ‘’I’m from a university or college” with your Oxford e-mail address.
Tips on home working, anxiety, mindfulness and staying active.
The Main Library and Reading Rooms are now open to Mansfield members 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Face coverings are required in the Libraries, unless you are exempt.