Fellowship groups

All full time students are placed in a Fellowship Group with a tutor who is a member of the faculty. These groups are important places where we plan for Christian growth to happen in a number of ways.

In group time we deliberately invest in Christian friendship, and set aside an hour every week to get together and do a variety of different things, both serious and fun.

You have individual meetings with your personal tutor, to create a personal development plan together, based on your prayerful consideration of the graduate profile and possible areas for growth.  You will then review this together termly during the year.

Your tutor also oversees your academic progress and is available as the first port of call for any other kind of issue or need that arises during your time at College.

Full-time female students may also discuss any matter with our Pastoral Support & Research Fellow, Kristi Mair.

People are at Oak Hill for long enough that it’s normal for some of them to experience one of life’s harder stretches while here. In such times, a fellowship group and tutor are points of immediate help, prayerful support and ongoing, loving care. Tutors are supported and complemented in these roles by the Director of Pastoral Care and an experienced team.