See our Offers page for details of offers on accommodation and shops in Oxford as well as access to University buildings. We also offer a selection of offers based around careers, learning opportunities and resources, and travel. You can find these in relevant sections of the website.
As of 24 April 2012 the email forwarding service became part of Oxford Alumni Online. This means that if you set up your email forwarding before this date you will need to register for an Oxford Alumni Online account separately.
Log in to Oxford Alumni Online (if you don’t have an account yet you will need to register), click on the link to ‘JSTOR’ and follow the link to ‘Access JSTOR’. Please note that you will need to register with JSTOR on your first visit as any previous account will not enable you to benefit from full Oxford alumni access to the service.
Once you have created an account with JSTOR you can log in directly to their site on future visits – you do not need to come via the Alumni website.
All graduates of the University of Oxford are entitled to apply for free admission to Oxford library services. Further information can be found here:http://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/using/getting-a-readers-card or telephone +44 (0)1865 277180.
*Information for external readers using Oxford University Libraries – Direct, off-campus access to all electronic resources is not available to those holding library cards (rather than blue-stripe University cards). See Admissions for information about entitlement.
External readers are entitled to walk-in, i.e. on-campus, use only by the terms of our subscriptions to most electronic resources. However, a few resources (principally in law and business) are further restricted by log-in to current University members even on campus. Readers who have affiliations to other academic institutions may be able to obtain off-campus access to their home subscription resources remotely by arrangement with their home institution.