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Welcome to the University of Oxford Student Switch Off!

Student Switch Off is your chance to win prizes for yourself and a reward for your college, all for doing easy things to save energy.

Reward for my college?

Yep! Thirty of the Oxford colleges are competing to save energy and at the end of the year the college that has got the most involved in the campaign gets £250 for the JCR/MCR to spend on a special event for the students of that college! To help your college come top, make sure you follow our four energy saving tips.

How do I win Ben and Jerry’s?

We’ve got loads of great prizes to give out in our photo competitions, like Ben and Jerry’s (big tubs!), Lush Cosmetics and NUS Extra cards. These run once a fortnight and usually involve just uploading a picture of yourself saving energy onto the facebook fanpage. Simple! There are lots of other competitions as well so make get on the email list and “Like” the Facebook fanpage so you’ don’t miss out.

2015/16 results

The stats for the 2015/16 campaign so far are available here. You can also sign-up for the Student Switch Off Ambassador training on Tue 9th February here.

2014/15 results

The winning college from the 2014/15 campaign was Queen’s who won £250 towards their summer garden party and a delivery of 180 tubs of Ben & Jerry’s! The full stats for the campaign are available here. For the second year in a row, the aggregate student engagement stats were the best of any University in the country so well done Oxford!

2013/14 results

The winning college from the 2013/14 campaign was Oriel who won £250 towards their end-of-year party! The full stats from the year are available here. The aggregate student engagement stats were the best of any University in the country so well done Oxford!

Photos from the University of Oxford Student Switch Off

Check out the slideshow here to see photos submitted by University of Oxford students this year!


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