The University of Surrey was established on Guildford’s Stag Hill 50 years ago. In that time, we have become an integral part of the town and our institution makes a valuable contribution to the wider local and regional community. We’re proud to call Guildford home.
The bells of Guildford Cathedral rang out on 9 September 2016 to mark the beginning of the University's 50th anniversary year.
Many of our graduate community live locally and go on to contribute to our home town and the county of Surrey
2017 will see the University Orchestra open its doors to young musicians from the local community for the first time.
Discoveries on your Doorstep are events aimed at bringing together the local community with the people behind the research at Surrey.
More than 45 colleagues participated in a community day, undertaking voluntary activities at nine different local charities and organisations.
As the University celebrates its 50th anniversary in Guildford, its new social impact report, Driving Positive Change, has been launched.
Team Surrey Badminton raised a fantastic £1,850 for local charity Challengers with a 12-hour badmin-thon.
Knaphill Lower and Junior Schools federated in March 2016 and we helped to support this process.
The University of Surrey was pleased to have been invited back for this year’s second Innovate Guildford Festival.
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Our newspaper for Guildford residents and the local community provides an insight into the University of Surrey.
If you have any suggestions, questions, issues or concerns regarding the relationship between the University of Surrey, its students and the local community we would like to hear from you.
We will always welcome your comments and feedback and our Public Engagement Manager is on hand to help in any way they can.
Contact Public Engagement Manager Ross Kelway by email email@example.com or call 01483 686848.