Student Wellbeing

Double your donation: a generous anonymous donor matchfunded £2,000

£8,855 has been raised from 106 donors.

Today is Robinson’s first 36-hour Giving Day – Binson Gives. An opportunity for everyone to get involved and make a gift, whatever the size, to help Robinson continue to provide a first-class education and provide leading pastoral care for its students.

Thanks to a generous donor, the first £2000 of gifts to this appeal are being matched pound for pound, so your gift is worth even more. But we only have 36-hours, so whether you matriculated this year or 40+ years ago, or you’re connected to us in another way, your gift will have its biggest impact today and tomorrow.

The Wellbeing Appeal aims to further Robinson’s plans to provide the support our students need to thrive and achieve their best at Robinson. Our ambition is to expand our support network under the leadership of a new Head of Welfare and Wellbeing, as well as creating a safe and confidential space for the new team in a Wellbeing Centre in Thorneycreek House. It is a vision that reflects Robinson’s forward-looking approach as a place where academic excellence and pastoral support go hand-in-hand, and where students from all backgrounds can thrive. 

'As we all continue to deal with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, student welfare has never been more important. We believe that the creation of a ‘Welfare Team’ will be transformative for our students, enabling them to thrive academically and socially and to make the most of their precious years at University. We couldn’t be more excited about these developments designed to support our students in the best possible ways.' Dr David Woodman, Senior Tutor

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