Academic and extra-curricular achievement at St Catharine’s is determined as much by a student’s wellbeing as it is by their talents and work ethic. Only when our students feel healthy and content are they able to perform to the best of their abilities.
The professional expertise of our Health and Wellbeing Team allows us to deliver high-quality care for the physical and mental health of our students. We want to ensure that health and wellbeing runs through every part of College life to provide a supportive environment for the whole College community.
“As we enter the exciting phase of coming back together as a community after the pandemic, it has never been clearer how crucial it is to provide rapid and meaningful support for those in our community who need it most.Every day the Health and Wellbeing Team see the positive impact of the funds raised to support student wellbeing.” Mary Simuyandi, Head of Wellbeing
The extensive health and wellbeing support at St Catharine’s is madepossible by generous Members andfriends.Now is the time to build on the progress that our new Wellbeing team have made and to continue strengthening the provisions for students, staff and Fellows and St. Catharine’s.
St Catharine’s College welcomes first Harding scholars
In January 2019, news of the David and Claudia Harding Foundation gift of £25m to St Catharine’s College, of a total of £100m to the University of Cambridge, received global coverage. The gift supports postgraduate and undergraduate scholarship at St Catharine’s and the first five Distinguished Harding Postgraduate Scholars joined the College in Michaelmas 2019. […]
Master of St Catharine’s announces transformative gift
The Master, Professor Sir Mark Welland, is delighted to announce a donation to the College of £25 million, as part of a £100 million gift to Cambridge University, from alumnus David Harding (1979, Natural Sciences) and his wife, Claudia Harding.
St Catharine’s welcomes its first Welfare Officer to support students, Fellows and staff
The first member of staff with a remit entirely focused on supporting the welfare of students, Fellows and staff joined St Catharine’s last week. Effective from 13 January 2020, Mary Simuyandi has been appointed as the College’s Welfare Officer. “The newly-created role of Welfare Officer is part of our ongoing commitment to supporting the welfare […]