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Giving to the College


Why support the College?


Hear from those who have kindly donated to the College

More about our four flagship projects

Make a gift


Make a single or regular gift to the College

A gift in your will


Invest in the future and take part in the life of the College for years to come

American Foundation


Established by a dedicated group of alumni to raise awareness of the College in the US 

Roll of Donors

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Thank you to all our supporters





Maintaining a work-life balance

Maintaining a work-life balance

So what's it like to study at Royal Holloway? Media Arts student Oliver Richards reveals the best places on campus to get your head down and why it's important to establish a work-life balance..

Thursday 17 August 2017 - University finances vulnerable as reliance on fees grows

Thursday 17 August 2017 - University finances vulnerable as reliance on fees grows


Heritage Open Day

Heritage Open Day

Founder's Building - North Quad
Royal Holloway, University of London, welcomes the public to explore its spectacular Grade I Listed Founder's Building, Picture Gallery, Chapel and extensive grounds. The Founder's Building, commissioned by entrepreneur, Thomas Holloway and opened by Queen Victoria in 1886, is modelled on the Château de Chambord in the Loire Valley. Its flamboyant architecture makes it one of the most impressive university buildings in the world. For further information please click on the link above.

Hidden/Revealed – Royal Holloway 2017

18/09/2017 - 01/10/2017
Emily Wilding Davison Building
Our opening exhibition is both community-curated and created. Staff, students and alumni were invited to respond to the theme of 'Hidden/Revealed: Royal Holloway 2017' with three photographs. Our photographers have also written texts to accompany their submissions. For further information click on the link above.



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