University of Cambridge 31 Colleges

By | 5th May 2017

University of Cambridge 31 Colleges

University of Cambridge 31 Colleges

Key: U–undergraduates, P–postgraduates, Abb-Official abbreviation used in the Reporter.

Scarf colours[9] College Founded[10] U[11] P[11] Male %[11] Female %[11] Total[11] Endowment [12] Net Assets[12]
(Mostly 2014)
Assets per student Website Abb Notes
Christ’s 1505 450 91 58 42 541 £142,177,000 £149,700,000 £276,710 [13] CHR
Churchill 1960 476 228 71 29 704 £34,750,000 £143,795,000 £204,254 [14] CHU
Clare 1326 473 182 52 48 655 £106,400,000 £138,494,000 £211,441 [15] CL
Clare Hall 1966 0 155 47 53 155 £14,851,457 £14,219,450 £91,738 [16] CLH Graduate students only.
Corpus Christi 1352 266 201 60 40 467 £97,363,000 £209,187,829 £455,747 [17] CC
Darwin 1964 0 674[18] 54 46 674 £23,732,104 £47,629,759 £70,677 [19] DAR Graduate students only.
Downing 1800 440 183 66 34 623 £40,064,267 £149,404,000 £239,814 [20] DOW
Emmanuel 1584 470 280 51 49 750 £237,003,395 £223,134,315 £297,512 [21] EM
Fitzwilliam 1869 (1966) 502 186 63 37 688 £49,551,000 £79,124,000 £115,006 [22] F
Girton 1869 531 146 53 47 677 £31,079,000 £123,338,000 £182,183 [23] G Formerly women’s only; became mixed in 1976
Gonville and Caius 1348 546 173 60 40 719 £46,777,421 £185,343,378 £257,779 [24] CAI
Homerton 1768 (1976) 593 588 37 63 1181 £145,981,706 £138,417,093 £117,203 [25] HO
Hughes Hall 1885 (1949) 60 500 61 39 419 £3,224,988 N/A N/A [26] HH Mature undergrad, and grad students only. Became mixed in 1973.
Jesus 1496 503 201 57 43 704 £161,099,438 £276,509,040 £392,769 [27] JE
King’s 1441 394 187 57 43 581 £109,736,000 £179,656,000 £309,219 [28] K
Lucy Cavendish 1965 110 110 0 100 220 £13,253,000 £23,825,000 £108,295 [29] LC Mature female undergrad, and female grad students only.
Magdalene 1428 366 127 54 46 493 £46,783,512 £98,702,257 £200,207 [30] M
Murray Edwards 1954 387 55 0 100 442 £32,537,871 £74,812,930 £169,260 [31] MUR Female only. Formerly New Hall.
Newnham 1871 412 112 0 100 524 £49,543,320 £156,451,793 £298,572 [32] N Female students only.
Pembroke 1347 442 155 53 47 597 £69,605,878 £135,332,773 £226,688 [33] PEM
Peterhouse 1284 260 110 57 43 370 £268,059,000 £271,052,000 £765,684 [34] PET
Queens’ 1448 535 297 57 43 832 £69,000,000 £90,204,100 £108,418 [35] Q
Robinson 1977 422 73 60 40 495 £77,542,000 £82,112,000 £165,883 [36] R
St Catharine’s 1473 462 159 52 48 621 £62,200,000 £97,395,000 £156,836 [37] CTH
St Edmund’s 1896 126 205 69 31 331 £14,906,359 £12,718,047 £38,423 [38] ED Mature undergrad, and grad students only.
St John’s 1511 588 243 59 41 831 £691,500,000 £700,545,000 £843,014 [39] JN
Selwyn 1882 388 130 70 30 518 £75,957,306 £94,953,363 £183,308 [40] SE
Sidney Sussex 1596 371 135 63 37 506 £36,212,762 £110,295,436 £217,975 [41] SID
Trinity College 1546 671 359 63 37 1030 £1,008,016,030 £1,028,272,000 £998,322 [42] T
Trinity Hall 1350 384 196 54 46 580 £47,896,088 £223,677,179 £385,650 [43] TH
Wolfson 1965 119 385 64 36 504 £31,533,000 £33,171,000 £65,815 [44] W Mature undergrad, and grad students only.
Totals 11,824 6,002 17,826 £3,628,426,709 £5,216,861,899 £292,655

There are also several theological colleges in Cambridge (for example Ridley Hall, Wesley House, Westcott House and Westminster College) that are affiliated with the university through the Cambridge Theological Federation. These colleges, while not officially part of the University of Cambridge, operate programmes that are either validated by or are taught on behalf either of the University or of Anglia Ruskin or Durham Universities.