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Why support the College?

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Hear from those who have kindly donated to the College

More about our four flagship projects

Make a gift

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Make a single or regular gift to the College

A gift in your will

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Invest in the future and take part in the life of the College for years to come

American Foundation

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Established by a dedicated group of alumni to raise awareness of the College in the US 

Roll of Donors

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Thank you to all our supporters

 

 

 

News

Car park closures for Winter Graduation Ceremonies

Car park closures for Winter Graduation Ceremonies

Description
In support of the Winter Graduations, car park 12 and the top tier of car park four will be closed to all members of staff.
Date:
11/12/2017
Physics Dark Matter Day event

Physics Dark Matter Day event

Description
Over 300 people came to hear about the latest news in the search for dark matter from Prof. Jocelyn Monroe. The Royal Holloway, University of London celebration of the first international Dark Matter Day included tours of our dark matter laboratories in the Department of Physics after the lecture, with a lucky few getting to suit up and go inside our class 7 clean rooms to see our time projection chamber under construction.
Date:
08/12/2017

Events

Cook and Stanley Piano Duo

Cook and Stanley Piano Duo

Date
11/01/2018
Location:
Picture Gallery
Description
Four hands. One piano. We welcome back the award-winning Cook and Stanley Piano Duo for a special charity concert with Mozart, Schubert, Schmitt, Poulenc and Ravel's Rapsodie Espagnole. For further information please click on the link above.
Poetry: The true language of religion

Poetry: The true language of religion

Date
16/01/2018
Location:
Boilerhouse Auditorium
Description
Whereas many think of religious belief as being literalistic and binary, Mark Oakley argues that poetry is the native language of faith and that religion is "poetry plus not science minus". For further information please click on the link above.

 

 
 
 

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