St Chad’s is one of the oldest and most popular colleges in Durham. Most years, our students achieve among the highest academic results in Durham.
Established in 1904 as an independent hall with an Anglican foundation, we are now a recognised college of Durham University. With 350 undergrads and 150 postgrads, we deliberately remain a small human-sized college; but that doesn’t stop us from having the highest concentration of research staff and library resources in Durham.
St Chad’s is a progressive, liberal-minded college, where it’s okay to be yourself. Our manageable size enables us to offer personal support to all our students in a world-class research environment.
St Chad’s College is delighted to be able to offer a number of annual scholarships and bursaries for undergraduate and continuing postgraduates to encourage applications to Durham and St Chad’s from students from less affluent economic backgrounds and under-represented communities, and to provide support, as required, to help our students who find themselves in financial need. These awards are funded through the generosity of St Chad’s College alumni, fellows and friends.
Potential applicants: see Scholarships & Bursaries
Music: see Choral & Organ Scholarships
A video Christmas Message from Dr Margaret Masson on behalf of all of us here at St Chad’s.
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Leah Kadima-Muntu is a first year student, and is the 2017-18 recipient of the Shattock Family Scholarship. For Leah the financial support … Continue reading 2017-18 Scholarships and Bursaries Awards
Ermos Chrysochos is a first year Liberal Arts student, in his second term at St Chad’s. He has already been … Continue reading 2016-17 Scholarships and Bursaries
It has been a busy year for us in Policy&Practice as several research projects have been completed and new ones started. … Continue reading Policy&Practice Annual Report 2017
In January 2018, Professor Kanji Tanimoto from Waseda University, Tokyo, will come to Durham on a two week research visit to … Continue reading Professor Kanji Tanimoto to visit St Chad’s in January 2018
A new report is published today (Friday 1st December, 2017) from the Third Sector Trends Study which will show that thousands … Continue reading Tackling poverty in the North: the role of the third sector
The Governing Body of St Chad’s College is delighted to announce the appointment of Mark Woodruff as its next Chair. Mark … Continue reading New Chair of Governing Body
A seminar organised by the Institute for Local Governance which will take place at the Dolphin Centre, Darlington, 19th January 2018 … Continue reading The Role of Arts and Heritage in Social and Economic Regeneration