Welcome from the President
Starting a degree course in Cambridge is, for everyone, an exciting and daunting time. I urge you to make the most of all that Cambridge and Wolfson offer – not just in your intellectual and educational endeavours, but to embrace the opportunities to expand your cultural, social and sporting life.
Some of you will have a mere nine months here, some of you will have much longer. Be warned, time will fly. Everyone at Wolfson is ready and willing to support you, to help you reach your goals- just ask. But the onus is also on you. Start as you mean to go on, join in with your community, play your part.
I look forward to meeting you all.
The following pages should answer the vast majority of the questions you have about starting your studies at Wolfson, or direct you to other important sources of information.
- Before you arrive
- Welcome to Wolfson (including the induction timetables)
- College life
- Facilities and support
If you still have questions after reading these pages, the Tutorial Office is at the heart of the College’s support for students, managing everything from admissions to matriculation, from travel grants to academic prizes, examinations to graduation ceremonies. Our friendly, capable staff—Rajashree Dhanaraj (Tutorial Office Manager), Sam Langley (Postgraduate Administrator), Debbie Miles (Undergraduate Administrator) – will be happy to answer any questions you may have about College life, tutorial support and University bureaucracy.
If you are not sure who to contact, please call the Porters' Lodge on 01223 335900. If your call is urgent and you are unable to get an answer on this number, please call 07774 017556 in an emergency
University information for new students
- University arrival Information for New Students
- The Cambridge University Student Union (CUSU) Freshers’ Handbook
- LGBT+ Campaign
- BAME Student Network
- Resources for Disabled Students
- Health & Wellbeing