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)
This term saw the establishment of the St. Chad’s College Allotment. A group of hardworking students have begun transforming the Langford … Continue reading St. Chad’s College Allotment
Last Sunday was St. Chad’s annual Advent Procession, held in Durham Cathedral. It was a beautiful and thought provoking service with … Continue reading Advent Procession
The Third Sector Trends study has been running in the North of England since 2010. In 2016 over 3,000 responses were … Continue reading Over 4,000 organisations and groups take part in Third Sector Trends 2019
This weekend, a group of Chad’s novice rowers braved the cold to compete in Durham’s annual Novice Cup. As novices, they … Continue reading St Chad’s Novice Cup Success
For the last two weeks, Chad’s students have been meeting with their tutors for the termly tutor formals. It has been … Continue reading Tutor Formals
This weekend Durham has been transformed into a spectacle of light with 37 artworks by international and home-grown artists. The 10th … Continue reading Durham illuminated for Lumiere Festival
Last Thursday, we unveiled a new portrait in St Chad’s – of Julia Warde-Aldam, one of the co-founders of our college. … Continue reading New Portrait unveiled in St Chad’s Moulsdale Hall
Following their recent Commonwealth Books publication on how sport can contribute to United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, Iain Lindsey, Oliver Dudfield … Continue reading Sport for Development: making sense of inter-organisational relationships
A new study for Power to Change, published this week, reveals that community businesses often sign up to deliver public service … Continue reading Why do community businesses choose to take on below-cost contracts?