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75 for 75 Campaign

The 75 for 75 Campaign aims to raise £75m by 2040, the College's 75th Anniversary.

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In fifty-five years, Wolfson College has built a thriving community of learning and research, an educational experience that helps unlock the potential of our scholars, and an environment that supports our people and cultivates interests: cultural, sporting, social, and intellectual. 

As we look forward to our future, we seek to build our Endowment to ensure that the College has a reliable source of income. 

As a charity, Wolfson devotes all of its available funds to supporting its charitable objects of education, learning and research. A larger endowment, generating increased and regular income, provides the College with a solid and reliable source of funding for those activities. More income provides more studentships and bursaries as well as enabling us to enhance our sporting and social facilities and maintain our site and buildings. A larger endowment also allows us to plan ahead and to withstand the sorts of fluctuations in income caused by unexpected events, like the current pandemic. Finally, long-term capital growth means we are able to invest in the educational experience of not just our current students but of generations to come as well.

Jo Cheffins, Bursar

The College's Strategic Priorities

  • Promote Research & Scholarly Excellence through scholarships and research fellowships
  • Cultivate our Interdisciplinary Research Hubs as they tackle the biggest challenges facing society
  • Widen Participation by increasing access and shining a spotlight on racial and gender inequalities 
  • Invest in our Estates and Facilities to foster academic and extra-curricular excellence

How you can help

There are many ways to contribute to our campaign:



What's on

Saptarishi by Simon Patterson

Art Exhibition: 'Simon Patterson: Out of Order'

26/11/2022 at 10.00

Visit Wolfson's latest exhibition 'Out of Order' featuring work by prominent artist Simon Patterson, open to the public, Saturday and Sundays, 10am - 5pm.

Children listening to loud music

Thinking Against Babylon, One Beat at a Time: Black Music as Radical, De-colonial Epistemology

29/11/2022 at 17.30

What is radical and de-colonial about Black music as an instrument for radical thought? 

Wolfson in Singapore

Wolfson in Singapore

29/11/2022 at 19.00

Join Sian Cook, Director of Networks, for our Wolfson in Singapore events

Musician from Cambridge University Brass Band

Music and Madeira: Festive Fun with Cambridge University Brass Band

29/11/2022 at 21.00

A recital following Formal Hall with the Cambridge University Brass Band performing seasonal music.

A poster of Wolfson Sustainability Thinking Space Research and Personal. A brain with heart and cogs in different shades of green surrounded by white text with icons showing hands and a building

Sustainability Thinking Space

30/11/2022 at 17.30

A free, interactive sustainability education and thinking space open to all Wolfson members, providing a guided space to develop your sustainability thinking, action and development.