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Churchill College views its relationship with members of the College as an important one that continues long after members
leave the College. Whether you came to the College as a Student or as a Fellow, Overseas Fellow, Fellow Commoner or By Fellow,
we hope that you will wish to keep in touch. The Alumni Relations Team are always pleased to receive your news and can be
As an Alumnus/a, Past Fellow, Past Overseas Fellow or Past By Fellow (Fellow Commoner), you are eligible for all of the benefits listed below:
Email for Life
High Table Dining
Email for Life now available! Free to all Alumni, past Fellows & Staff! Further details can be found here.
As a non-resident member of the College you have dining privileges. Find out more here.
Garden Party & Family Day
About every ten years Members are invited to a Reunion Dinner as a guest of the College. Normally three or four matriculation year groups are invited at a time. Find out more here.
An annual event open to all non-resident members and their families. The programme includes live music, food and drink and entertainments galore! Find out more here.
Accommodation in College
Accommodation at The Møller Centre
Accommodation is available to non-resident members at a discounted rate. Further details are available here.
Members are welcome to stay at The Møller Centre for Continuing Education, which is situated in the College grounds. There
are special rates for Churchill members which include full English breakfast. These rates can be obtained by contacting the
Møller Centre direct. Please note this is subject to availability and a maximum of 5 bedrooms per calendar year can be booked
at this rate.
The Churchill Review
All Members of the College are automatically members of the Churchill College Association. Further details can be found here.
Our annual publication documenting news and activities of resident and non-resident members. Further details can be found here. The Review is usually sent out at the beginning of December.
The Churchill College Newsletter
Taking your MA
The Newsletter contains articles about individual alumni, and updated news from the College, the Newsletter aims to keep Members in touch with developments, personalities, and events. The Newsletter is intended to complement the Review. It will be sent to you in early summer each year. Further details can be found here.
Six years and one term after matriculating, BA Members are entitled to take their MA degree, either in person or in absentia.
The Praelector will contact you automatically about this. The College holds a lunch on the day of most Congregations for
graduands and their guests. Graduands may use one of their dining privileges for this. There will be a charge for guests.
Contact the Senior Tutor's office: 01223 331672.
How Members can help in their jobs
The Churchill Archives Centre
Members might be able to help current and prospective undergraduates, by offering work placements between school and university,
or summer vacation work. If you can help in this way, please contact the Recruitment Officer (telephone 01223 336248, or
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org). If you become a schoolteacher, please let the Recruitment Officer or the Alumni Relations Manager
The Churchill Archives Centre is a world-renowned resource for the history of the twentieth century. It houses the papers
of Sir Winston Churchill, Baroness Thatcher, and over 500 other politicians, diplomats, scientists and military leaders. Historians,
professional and amateur, may consult many of the papers by appointment. Documents from the Churchill Papers are displayed
at the Cabinet War Rooms in London, and details of other exhibitions and events are available on the Archives Centre website.
Weddings and Christenings
Cabinet War Rooms and the Churchill Museum
Alumni from all years are especially welcome to hold their wedding or children's christenings in the Chapel. Enquiries can be made either to the Chaplain, Rev Dr John Rawlinson, or through the Alumni Relations Office. Fees are payable to defray the costs of weddings in the Chapel and alumni are entitled to a reduced rate.
Alumni & past Fellows are entitled to a 50% discount on admission to the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms. Please note
that this discount does not include family members.
Training and Conference Facilities
The Alumni Database and Contact System
The College and the Møller Centre provide high quality conference and training venues. Members or their organisations are
welcome to get in touch for further information.
The College keeps a database of Members’ addresses and other contact details. We would be grateful if Members would keep
us informed of their current address, telephone number and e-mail address. We are also delighted to receive news from Members,
whose achievements the College Council regularly records. The database is used for College mailing purposes. Names and addresses
are not released to any outside organisation for any commercial purpose. There is, however, interchange of address information
with the Cambridge University Development Office. The College website includes a secure system, which enables Alumni to access
their own record from the Alumni database. You can update your own record and make specific areas (such as email address)
available to be accessed by other alumni, or keep the entire record confidential. The link to this system is on the Alumni
section of the website’s home page. You will need a username and password to log in to the system. If you have not yet received
these, please complete the form found here.
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Membership of the University Centre (Granta Place, Mill Lane) is free to all non-resident Members. The facilities include
a self-service cafeteria, the Riverside Restaurant, the Grads Cafe, the Granta Bar, the Games Room, and the TV Lounges. For
a membership card, please see the CAMcard below. Non resident members will receive the regular magazine CAM (Cambridge Alumni
Magazine) from the University's Alumni Office.
You are described above as a `Member' or `non-resident Member' of Churchill College; increasingly the Colleges and University also use the term `alumni'. Latinists will point out that the feminine is ‘alumnae’.