The Chapel sits at the centre of the oldest part of College and stands for a living tradition in the College's life.
The graduate community at Peterhouse numbers around 110, and includes one-year, two-year and three-year students.
Our undergraduates are drawn from a diverse range of educational, cultural and social backgrounds.
Keep up to date with all our latest library and archival discoveries by reading the Perne and Ward Libraries Blog.
The Ward Library supports Peterhouse staff and students with a variety of study spaces and a collection of over sixty-thousand volumes.
The College maintains a directory of Fellows, College Officers and Staff, which includes telephone numbers and email addresses, along with links to Fellows’ personal profiles.
Peterhouse is the oldest of the Cambridge colleges, founded by Hugo de Balsham, Bishop of Ely in 1284 and granted its charter by King Edward I.
We offer a range of menus which change with the seasons, all prepared with care and using only the finest, locally sourced ingredients.
Whatever your requirements for meetings or seminars, Peterhouse can offer a wide range of attractive meeting rooms, including our historic Theatre, available individually or in any combination.
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