Alumni Celebration 2020

We held our Alumni Celebration recently as we do every year, but with the challenges of Covid-19, this was an entirely online affair - which meant we reached further than we do usually! 

Jane Clarke on Zoom

It was wonderful to see so many people join us from across the globe; we had 13 different countries represented by the attendees across Saturday and Sunday. 

President Jane Clarke talked about the future of the College as well as welcoming back some familiar faces, and we saw the newly-refurbished Porters’ Lodge which has now been moved into and is up and running. You can read more about what Head Porter Mike thinks about it elsewhere on our website.

We also had music from Wolfson student and talented jazz pianist Jake Werth, as well as a tour of the College by Alumni Officer Rob Grayston, followed on the Sunday by Head Gardener Oscar Holgate sharing details about the College Gardens and answering attendees' queries about their own plants. 

Although we could not celebrate in-person, we were pleased to reach out and connect with so many of the Wolfson community, and are hopeful that next year we can enjoy the festivities with everyone on the College grounds. 


What's on

Judas Tree

Cambridge Festival: Tree Trail

17/03/2023 at 10.00

A self-guided Tree Trail around the beautiful and varied garden 'rooms' of the grounds of Wolfson College.

Wolfson Gardens

Cambridge Festival: Garden Tour

23/03/2023 at 14.00

Take some time out of your day to engage your senses with the sights and sounds of Wolfson's plants and wildlife.

Graduands and Wolfson Flag

March 2023 Graduation Dinner

24/03/2023 at 18.30

We are excited to welcome our graduands for dinner in College!

Wolfson graduands

Graduation Ceremony

25/03/2023 at 09.00

Graduation ceremonies are the culmination of students’ hard work and commitment, and a moment to celebrate the completion of their Cambridge degree.

Photograph by Hannah Lister

Art Exhibition: 'Signs for the Living'

25/03/2023 at 10.00

Visit Wolfson's latest exhibition 'Signs for the Living' featuring work by Hannah Lister, winner of this year's Wolfson Royal Academy Schools Graduate prize.