The College Tutors have general oversight of all aspects of the life of undergraduates in their charge from admission to the College until graduation. They are responsible for their academic, social and financial well being. The Tutors mediate between the College and the undergraduates and between the University and the undergraduates. Through the Senior Tutor they advise the College's Governing Body on Tutorial business. Each Tutor is allocated a number of undergraduates in a range of Triposes; and for these pupils that Tutor is specifically responsible. Tutors are regularly in discussion with the Senior Tutor, the other Tutors and the Directors of Studies so as to ensure a common Tutorial policy, practice and mutual support. Each Tutor does, however, maintain confidentiality about individual pupils.

The Senior Tutor is ultimately responsible for operation of the system. Those involved are the College’s Tutors, its Directors of Studies, its Supervisors and its undergraduates.

The Tutorial Office handles all academic administration relating to Junior Members, from matriculation through to graduation.

The Tutorial Office is located at the first door past the Porters' Lodge and is open Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

The Senior Tutor is Dr Stephen Hampton; the other undergraduate Tutors are Dr James Carleton-Paget, Professor Mari Jones and Dr Saskia Murk Jansen.

The graduate Tutors are Dr Christopher Lester and Dr Sophie Lunn-Rockliffe.

The Tutor of Discipline is Dr Graham Christie.  All Junior Members are required to behave in accordance with the College's Statutes and Ordinances.  Potential breaches of the Rules of Behaviour are investigated by the Tutor of Discipline and, where appropriate, he will also determine any post-investigative actions that may be imposed on students.

General enquiries should be addressed in the first instance to the Tutorial Office.