Individual Attention and Advice
Each graduate is allocated a personal Tutor who is responsible for their pastoral care and will usually be the same Fellow for all of your time at Peterhouse. You are welcome to discuss personal, financial or academic issues with your Tutor.
GRADUATE TUTORIAL ARRANGEMENTS – 2015/16
MEETING WITH DR LESTER
While in Cambridge, I shall be happy to see members of the College on tutorial business at any time or location of mutual convenience. Appointments can be made by emailing email@example.com, or by leaving a message on 01223 337232. For meetings in college (Room 3, 25 Fitzwilliam Street) particularly good times are likely to be before 1.15pm or after 1.30pm on most week days. For meetings in the West Cambridge site (Room 952, Rutherford Building, Cavendish Laboratory) 9.15am is likely to work well. Other arrangements are possible.
MEETING WITH PROFESSOR CONNOR
I shall be happy to see members of the College on tutorial business at any time or location of mutual convenience. Appointments can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by text or phone on my mobile 07950 826062.
The following times may prove convenient for making appointments in the first instance, but appointments can be made at other times if more convenient:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays: 8.30 – 9.30 a.m.
The Chaplain, the Revd. Dr Stephen Hampton, shall normally be available in his room (G2) to any member of College who wishes to see him during working hours. If he is not in his room, please leave a note or send him an email (email@example.com).
The Peterhouse Porters, the College Nurse, student representatives and your fellow students will also be part of your support structure if life's challenges sometimes seem a little overwhelming at points during your time here.
Finally, the Dean is always happy to lend a listening ear to anyone in College, whether or not about spiritual matters. You are also welcome in the Chapel: it provides a place of prayer, enquiry, creativity and community for people from all sorts of spiritual backgrounds and traditions.
As well as the support which you receive through the College, there are a number of University services that provide more specialist support.