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The Student Office works closely with the Senior Tutor, Tutors and Members of the College to support students throughout their time at Lucy Cavendish.

It is there to ensure students have information about funding opportunities, are entered for their exams, meet the obligations of their student visa, keep the necessary number of terms, and have proof of their student status should they need it. We arrange for you to matriculate as a member of the College and University promptly after your arrival in Cambridge, and we organise your graduation celebration when you finish your degree.  

Our team has a wealth of knowledge and experience and can offer help and advice about a wide range of College and University matters.  

The Senior Tutor

The Senior Tutor has overall responsibility for the academic progress, health and welfare of all students in the College. They work with many others, both within the College and the University, for the benefit of our students and keep them informed of events and deadlines in College, the University and the city by use of frequent email messages.

The Senior Tutor is Dr Jane Greatorex and you can contact her on

Jane Greatorex

Assistant Senior Tutor: Academic

This role involves close collaboration with the Director of Studies and academic Bye-Fellows to shape and guide the College's academic environment. It focuses on overseeing and facilitating the academic life of students, including the development and execution of a comprehensive induction and matriculation programme for incoming students.

The Assistant Senior Tutor: Academic is Dr Mark King and you can contact him on

Assistant Senior Tutor: Pastoral

This role oversees the College's tutors and pastoral care programmes, ensuring comprehensive student wellbeing support. As Director of Wellbeing, it directly line-manages the Health and Wellbeing team.

The Assistant Senior Tutor: Pastoral is Sophie Hughes and you can contact her on


When you join us you will be allocated a Tutor whose role is to support you for the duration of your course. Tutors can offer advice, act as liaison between students or can sometimes just listen to concerns. Tutors also have detailed knowledge of support agencies in Cambridge and of grants and bursaries available through College and the University. You should let your Tutor know immediately in the event of illness or accidents, and if necessary your Tutor will liaise with Directors of Studies, or supervisors.  Tutors will also provide references (although you should ask permission before giving their names).

The Student Office

You are very welcome to call into the Student Office in College House if you have any immediate queries. Our opening hours during full term are as follows:

  • Mondays: 08:30 - 13:00 and 14:00 - 16:30
  • Tuesdays-Thursdays: 08:00 – 13:00 and 14:00 – 16:30
  • Fridays: 08:00-13:00 and 14:00-16:00

We are also open out of term but the hours may vary a little. Please do come and see us if you think we might be able to help.