Back Quad Development
Wadham College is proud to have opened two inspirational new buildings in our Back Quad - and it is thanks to your support.
How you can help
Oxford's first-ever purpose-built Access Centre, the Locke Access Centre in the Dr Lee Shau Kee Building is the hub for Wadham's extensive school outreach work. The fully accessible William Doo Undergraduate Centre provides our students with inspirational facilities for social and academic interaction.
Thanks to the outstanding benefactions from our lead donors, and the generous gifts from alumni and friends all over the world, we have secured an unprecedented £17 million of our £18 million target, with alumni and friends helping to fund elements within the buildings.
As we prepare for the official opening in summer 2022, we enter the final phase to raise the remaining £1 million and contributions at all levels are deeply appreciated.
The College would be delighted to recognise the generosity of our alumni and friends on the donor wall in the atrium of the new Back Quad buildings.
The Back Quad project is part of Wadham's Access to Excellence programme which supports young people from the moment they consider university, through their undergraduate and graduate studies, and as they go out into the world. Every donation makes a difference and by contributing to this project you will see the tangible impact of your generosity every time you return to Wadham.
If you would like to help fund any part of this time-limited appeal, please contact Development Director Julie Hage: email@example.com or Deputy Development Director Barney Norman: firstname.lastname@example.org