The Hardship Fund provides money to those who have come to college and are experiencing unexpected financial difficulties. The button to the left links to a word document that provides a rough template, produced by our Access Officer, which can be edited and submitted to your college tutor in order to apply for income from the fund. More information about the hardship fund can be found here.
Undergraduate students can apply for a grant to fund a trip during the vacation periods (primarily the long vacation.) The college will prioritise travel that is for academic or intellectual purposes or which is likely to bring benefit to disadvantaged people, especially in the developing world. All interesting and worthwhile travel is, however, considered.
Music scholarships are available for a range of musical activities, including for those in the choir and those who are looking to take vocal or instrument lessons.
The ISLA Gift is a financial award designed to support and encourage students of Black Caribbean and/or Black African descent who are either pursuing undergraduate study at Churchill College or are current offer-holders. The award was launched in partnership with alumni Imani Jeffers (U15) in 2021. Successful recipients who are current students at the College will be given cash awards of up to £200 as well as optional access to mentoring opportunities with Churchill alumni. Previous recipients of the Award, both current students and previous offer holders, are also eligible to apply for this year’s Award.
The deadline for applications is Monday 31 October 2022.