Alumni & Support

Supporting our students through COVID-19

The COVID-19 Emergency Student Support Fund has already raised more than half its £200,000 target to provide much-needed financial support through the 2020-21 academic year.

More information on making a donation to this Fund can be found on our website.

Congratulations to Sir Robert Chote (1986 & Honorary Fellow), left in picture, who received a Knights Bachelor in the New Year Honours for services to fiscal policy and to the economy.

Since 2010 Sir Robert has been Chair of the Office of Budget Responsibility. In 2015 he returned to Queens' to be made an Honorary Fellow, in recognition of excellence in his field.

Giving to Queens'

Giving to Queens’ means investing in the future, encouraging bright young people from all over the world to seize life-changing opportunities:

- Benefit from first rate tuition from research-active academics;
- Learn to be part of a tolerant, diverse, caring and intellectually-curious society;
- Participate in myriad activities ranging from sailing and singing to debating and drama.

Giving to Queens’ means providing these opportunities for all, irrespective of background. Find out more

Alumni and friends of the College are investing in the future of Queens' in many ways.

Over 415 alumni have informed us that they are remembering Queens' in their wills, as generations have before them. This pledge makes them automatic members of the Arthur Armitage Society. 

The Telephone Campaign raises over £350,000 annually for Queens'.

Over 1,300 alumni are now members of the 1448 Society, making regular gifts to the College.

Thank you to all those who donate to the College.

On our website are listed some principle donations towards Fellowships, Student support (including Subject Funds) and the fabric.

We are always keen to hear from alumni and friends of Queens'.

Please ensure that we have:

We also have a Queens' Global Network, which all of our 11,000 members can be part of.

Queens' also has Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn pages, run by the Alumni & Development Office.

Our Data Protection statement is also available to download.

Alumni Events

Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 crisis, we have postponed all in-person events since March and are constantly reviewing all upcoming events.  Please see our FAQs page and our Alumni Events page for information about specific events. We apologise profusely for any inconvenience caused.

For all event enquiries organised by the Alumni & Development Office, please contact