Westminster College Oxford Forum - now completely redesigned and offering these exciting features:
Profile - Highly customizable with photo gallery, news, personal noticeboard, and links to your onsite activity.
JCR Meet Up - A facebook style page for quick posts.
Groups - The heart of the site. Join or create groups for any shared aspect of the Westminster experience or life and interests in general.
News/Articles - Share your thoughts about college or general topics.
Photos - Create different albums for your photos. Add descriptions.
Members - Search and contact other Old W's.
Activity - Who's added what to the site.
WCF Friends - Create your circle of old W's by inviting former housemates, clubmembers or new friends you make at at the Forum.
Messages - Private, internal/external messaging system.
Email notification - Keeps you informed of new group activity and members contacting you.
Likes - See how many people appreciate your contributions to the site!
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All alumni and former staff of Westminster College Oxford are invited to join this forum to share memories and photos of days spent on Harcourt Hill, North Hinksey or at Horseferry Road in London. Get back in touch with other Old W's and keep up with their latest news and interests.|
Though closed by the Methodist Church in 2000, Westminster Teacher Training College lives on here thanks to the interest of Westminsterians who are still "spreading thy renown".
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Latest Featured Groups
What's New? - A place to share life after Westminster.
1980s Group - For anyone who started on Harcourt Hill in the 80s even if you graduated in the 90s!
1970s Group - Welcome to the 1970s! If you were at WC during any of these years please contribute to the group with your tales, anecdotes etc.
1960s Group - If you were on the Hill during the Swinging Sixties this group is for you. Talk about anything here from the food in the Dinning Hall, the Saturday Hops, notable and not so notable tutors, WUS week events, Teaching Prac. etc.