St Chad’s is one of the oldest and most popular colleges in Durham. Established in 1904 as an Anglican foundation, Chad’s today welcomes students of all faiths and beliefs to study for the whole range of Durham University degrees. With nearly 400 undergraduate and 150 postgraduate students, we are a small, human-sized community with an excellent reputation as a college where students will be both challenged and supported.
“I wouldn’t change my experience of Chad’s for the world. I’ve made great friends and feel like I have and will always be part of a really special community.” (2019 Graduate)
Living safely as members of St Chad’s College under COVID-19 restrictions – a student guide
Over several decades, North East England has borne the burden of a reputation of ‘underperforming’ economically. Certainly, in bald … Continue reading Business innovation in local context
Policy&Practice has had another productive year, culminating in several reports from our long-running Third Sector Trends Study of the voluntary and … Continue reading Policy&Practice Annual Report 2020
For the first time in 2019, the long-running Third Sector Trends Study extended its reach across the whole of England and … Continue reading The structure and dynamics of the Third Sector in England and Wales
The Law Family Commission on Civil Society, launched today, is an ambitious programme of research into how the potential of civil … Continue reading Law Family Commission on Civil Society
On 23rd November 2020, Chadsians and friends gathered on Zoom for the second PERSPECTIVES event of the academic year, focussing on … Continue reading PERSPECTIVES: Britain after Brexit
How can Christian organisations obtain the money they need whilst holding on to their principles? How vigilant should churches and other … Continue reading Principles and pragmatism
Third Sector Trends is a longitudinal study which was established in 2008. As such it is the longest running research programme … Continue reading Third Sector Trends 2018-2020
Boys will be boys? Lad culture, toxic masculinity, and how to balance freedom of speech with the need to keep our … Continue reading PERSPECTIVES X St Chad’s FemSoc collaboration
The extent to which leadership opportunities in the Third Sector are open to all members of the community who feel that … Continue reading Diversity and inclusion in Third Sector leadership: why is it not happening?
By Fred Robinson, Professorial Fellow , Policy&Practice, St Chad’s College, Durham University We are now in a deep economic recession and we … Continue reading The North East faces tough social and economic challenges