As a student at Hughes Hall you are allocated a college tutor, who is concerned with your welfare and progress throughout your course.
You may consult your tutor over any matter concerning your studies, or in any personal, disciplinary or financial matter on which you need advice or help. Tutors are experienced academics or others who know the university well, and can help you navigate through the regulations and pressures of university life. You are likely to ask your tutor for references and letters of support during and after your time in Cambridge, since they take a particular interest in your personal and scholarly development and future.
Your tutors can act as intermediary for you in relation to the college or the university: e.g. regarding certification of residence, examination arrangements, and matters concerning good conduct (discipline) for which the college is held answerable by the university. Your tutor’s approval is required for various applications, e.g. Travel and Conference Grants, Changing Subject, Student Support Grants and many other student loans, grants and scholarships. Your tutor will also note your financial standing with college, and may remind you to settle your bills with college if needed. All tutors are able to help in a wide range of areas. But they may also direct you to specialist help in the university, or in the college as noted below.
You should email your tutor if you want to see them. Even if you have already made a verbal arrangement, email to confirm it. Meetings will take place with appropriate social distancing arrangements in place; usually using an online meeting platform, although meetings in college can be arranged if necessary. Tutors will agree to see you as soon as mutually convenient, though they may be less available outside of full terms. If you are unable to keep the appointment, email to inform them as soon as possible. If you don’t remember your tutor’s name, email the Tutorial Office to ask.
Senior Tutor and Deputy Senior Tutors (as below) lead the team.
BAME Champion Dr Othman Cole takes the lead in promoting equality for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Students.
Equality & Disability Officer Dr Corinne Roughley takes the lead in promoting equality in other areas,. She also leads on disability matters, including liaison with the university’s Disability Resources Centre and special examination provision.
Harassment Support Tutors Dr Martin Hadley-Brown and Dr Corinne Roughley have particular expertise in providing guidance in cases of harassment or sexual misconduct (see relevant college policies).
The Tutorial Office provides administrative support, and can be contacted at email@example.com or 01223 334893.
|Dr Othman Cole|
|Dr Francesca Crawleyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr Martin Hadley-Brown|
Harassment Support Tutor
|Prof Arthur Hibbleemail@example.com|
|Prof Bill Irishfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr Philip Johnston|
|Dr Jean Lambertemail@example.com|
|Dr Alastair Lockhart|
Deputy Senior Tutor (Postgraduate Admissions)
|Mrs Alison Nicholsonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr Ajith Parlikademail@example.com|
|Dr Corinne Roughley|
Deputy Senior Tutor (Welfare)
Equality & Disability Officer, Harassment Support Tutor
|Dr Carole Sargent|
Deputy Senior Tutor (Admissions Lead)
|Dr Suzanne Turnerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Calling a phone on the University network from another phone on the University network, you can dial the last five digits and the call will not be charged. Numbers marked * are outside the University network and should be dialled in full.