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Pembroke Annual Fund
Donations from the Pembroke community :
- ensure that the College's academic heart continues to flourish
- provide opportunities for all
- allow Pembroke to remain a 21st century College
- support students in their artistic, sporting, and academic endeavours.
The Annual Fund underpins everything we do here at Pembroke ensuring that all current and future students enjoy not only an excellent academic experience but also many of the added extras which make College life here so special. For more information please take a look at our latest Annual Fund Brochure here.
Our pioneering outreach work seeks to raise the aspirations of pupils from all backgrounds. We work with schools across the country and run academic study programmes. We also provide scholarships, bursaries and grants for current students.
Pembroke is home to a vibrant group of undergraduates, postgraduates, visiting students and post-doctoral academics. We support all students academically including maintaining the tutorial system, still central to the student experience.
It is vital that all students have access to essential textbooks and the latest digital study resources. The Library provides undergraduates with the books they need in their first year and buys every book requested by other years.
Pembroke supports all of its members and makes grants to groups of students for artistic, academic and sports activities. These include subject lectures, drama productions, student welfare projects, the Arts Festival and our Diversity Week.