Our priorities

Now, more than ever, your support for Exeter is vital. Having completed Cohen Quad, we are planning for the future. Underpinning our vision will be core priorities of support for our students; guaranteeing the tutorial system; and providing outstanding spaces that will inspire academic achievement.

Tutorial support

We believe that the personal and unique experience of the tutorial, given by leading academics who are actively engaged in research, is the finest form of teaching that can be offered to undergraduates. The majority of unrestricted gifts received by the College are used to support tutorial teaching – the jewel in the crown of an Oxford degree.

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Student support

In order to attract the best undergraduate and graduate students, we are able to provide extensive student financial support thanks to generous financial support from alumni and friends. Our aspiration is to ensure that no one fails to complete their degree due to financial difficulty and to provide a wide range of funding for both academic and extra-curricular activities to enhance our students’ experience at Exeter.

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Inspiring surroundings

The sense of community fostered by living and working together within a collegiate environment remains unrivalled. At Exeter – at Turl Street and at Cohen Quad – students and fellows live and work alongside each other creating an environment which is a home away from home. We are committed to looking after our ancient, as well as our newest, buildings in order to provide accommodation and facilities that are suitable for today’s needs and form an inspirational environment in which to live and learn.

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How to support Exeter

There are many ways to make a difference, from regular giving to providing a legacy. Whichever way you choose, you can be sure that its impact will be felt across College. Simply click on the link below, or call us if you would like to discuss how you can achieve the greatest impact with your philanthropy.

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