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About the Oxford University Gazette
The University Gazette, which has been published continuously since 1870, is the authorised journal of record of the University of Oxford.
This is a brief summary of the typical contents of the Gazette, section by section (please note that not all sections or types of content are required in all weeks):
Council and Main Committees
(formerly known as University Acts)
(formerly known as University Agenda)
|Examinations and Boards||
|Colleges, Halls and Societies||
|Notification of Prizes, Grants and Funding
|Notifications of Vacancies||
The Gazette is published weekly throughout the academic year (September to July), but not continuously over the vacations. A series of supplements is also published, giving further official information of various kinds. The list of publication dates for the 2016–17 academic year is here: Gazette publication dates 2016-17 (124kb)
From September 2011, the whole content of the printed Gazette is also available online to current members of the University (please note that viewing restricted content requires you to log in using your single sign-on account). However, because of the requirements of the Data Protection Act, some elements of the printed Gazette published between September 2001 and July 2011 are not reproduced online.
To view issues of the Gazette from the current academic year, visit www.ox.ac.uk/gazette/2016-2017.
The Gazette in verse
The poem 'Lines to an Old Friend' was recited by the Professor of Poetry, Christopher Ricks, in the Creweian Oration on 20 June 2007. The poem is by A D Godley (1856–1925), Fellow of Magdalen, who was Public Orator 1910–20. It is taken from his collection Lyra Frivola (London, 1899).