Alumni & Friends

Nina Ludekens

Hi! I’m Nina, a second year French and Spanish student at Catz. In my free time I enjoy playing Real Tennis and Eton Fives for the University, cooking and playing Squash with my friends, and travelling as much as possible during the vacations. I’m looking forward to speaking with Alumni during the Telethon, hearing about their experience at Catz, and encouraging donations to our favourite Oxford college. 

2016, Modern Languages

Rosie Rigby

Hi! My name is Rosie Rigby, I’m a 2nd year student at Catz and I study French and German. I love everything about St Catz and that's why I am really looking forward to this year's telethon! I'm excited to have the opportunity to connect with Alumni to raise money for the college and its future students.

2016, Modern Languages

Sam Aggarwal

Hello, my name is Sam Aggarwal and I'm a 2nd year student at Catz. I study Engineering because I love the idea of using science to solve real-world problems and transform people's lives for the better. In my spare time, I play ukulele, chess, badminton and basketball. I am really looking forward to connecting with Alumni during the Telethon, finding out what the College was like back in the day, and raising funds to support Catz students.

2016, Engineering Science

Liam Saddington

Hello! I'm Liam Saddington and I am a postgraduate reading for a DPhil in Geography and the Environment. My research focuses on the political implications of climate change in small island states. Whilst an undergrad at Catz I participated in the Telethon and really enjoyed connecting with Alumni to hear their stories about the college. Now as a postgraduate supported by a scholarship from Catz, I am looking forward to taking part in the Telethon again to speak to Alumni and help raise funds to support more Catz students.

2017, Geography

Charlotte Potts

Hi, my name is Charlotte Potts and I'm a 2nd year student at St Catz. I'm currently studying Geography and I hope to work in international development one day. I'm really enjoying living in and studying at Catz, particularly getting involved in and watching our sports teams. I'm very much looking forward to hearing about what our Alumni have gotten up to since leaving Catz and the memories they have of being here. 

2016, Geography

Sir Tom Stoppard Lecture Podcast

Sir Tom Stoppard delivered his Inaugural Lecture as the Cameron Mackintosh Visiting Professor of Contemporary Theatre on Wednesday 11 October 2017 at St Catherine's College.

Podcast & Video

Sir Tom's Inaugural Lecture, entitled 'Professing' is now available as a Podcast, and you can watch the full video of the lecture below. Sir Tom spoke with enthusiasm on his wide-ranging and distinguished career in the theatre, followed by a Q&A with the audience.

Success: Our Alumni Unlock £50,000 for Catz!

With 20% of our alumni making donations in the 2015-16 financial year, our community was one of the most generous in Oxford. This support has had a powerful impact on our students: world class tutorial teaching, financial help for 1 in 5 undergraduates and nearly 1 in 10 postgraduates, and much more!

This year, one of our alums challenged us to reach these amazing results once again. They pledged to make a generous donation of £50,000 if 20% of our community give to Catz by the end of the current financial year.

Donald Term


Happy April Fool's Day!

Give from abroad

St Catherine's College in the University of Oxford’ is a Registered Charity (No. 1143817) in the United Kingdom. US residents can give to St Catz tax effectively through Americans for Oxford. It is also possible to make tax efficient donations from a number of other locations worldwide, including Germany, Canada and Hong Kong.


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