The College’s primary purpose is as a place of education and research.  We employ and offer a college association to leading researchers in their fields and admit the brightest students, graduate and undergraduate, whatever their background or financial circumstances.

Information on our admission policies can be found on our undergraduate and graduate pages.  These are in accordance with the Collegiate University. You will also find details of undergraduate courses of study. The undergraduate prospectus outlines life as an undergraduate at this College.

We are committed to attracting the very best students, regardless of background. We therefore ensure that we offer a wide range of activities aimed at encouraging applicants to consider applying to us. Further details about our Schools Liaison work can be found on our Visiting and Open Days pages in our undergraduate admissions section.

For information regarding services for current students, including accommodation, welfare and IT support, please see our students pages. There are also details of College societies.

In conjunction with the University, the College offers generous bursaries and scholarships to assist students who might not otherwise be able to afford to study for an undergraduate degree.  More information on student funding is available on the central University website.

Information on current research undertaken by our Fellows and lecturers is available on our Fellows and Staff pages.

The College Library is available to current students, tutors and lecturers 24 hours a day, and to others who wish to use it for research by arrangement with the Librarian.

The College Archives are available to the general public for purposes of research by appointment with the Archivist.

The College’s Chapel is a place of public worship and we publish service times and dates on a Chapel Term Card, together with details of Chapel Events and Services.

Services for alumni, parents and friends are organised by the Development Office. Please see the Alumni pages for details of their programme of events. The College publishes The Record, (an annual record for and by alumni) and a Newsletter. Copies are available from the Development Office. The Development Office also published an annual Donor Report.

The College’s facilities are available for public hire. Details are available on the Visitors section of this website.

Document formats and fees

Printed versions of all documents produced by Jesus College and referred to on this page are available.  A fee may be charged.