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Report of the Council on College contributions in the financial year 2000-01

The Council, having received the relevant information from the Finance Committee, beg leave to report to the University as follows:

The audited accounts of the Colleges have been received and enquiries where appropriate, have been made to ensure that the contributions of Colleges have been calculated in accordance with the provisions of Statute G, II.

The following table gives the net assessable income of each College, the gross contribution, and the net contribution to be made.

  Assessable Income from Accounts IA and IB Deductible Items not included in Accounts IA and IB Excess of Deductible Items brought forward from previous years Net Assessable Income Gross Contribution Set off therefrom Net Contribution
  £ £ £ £ £ £ £

Christ's 1,029,384 646,771 113,790 268,823 11,882 - 11,882
Churchill 940,634 617,480 - 323,154 17,315 - 17,315
Clare 1,832,511 464,927 259,740 1,107,844 150,490 - 150,490
Clare Hall 190,762 135,908 45,827 9,027 361 - 361
Corpus Christi 1,406,264 547,092 - 859,172 103,242 - 103,242
Darwin 467,584 238,584 - 229,000 9,160 - 9,160
Downing 454,645 557,474 - - - - -
Emmanuel 2,283,846 715,577 - 1,568,269 237,971 350 237,621
Fitzwilliam 495,072 340,746 154,326 - - - -
Girton 1,234,388 607,951 421,270 205,167 8,207 - 8,207
Gonville and Caius 2,893,225 1,130,613 - 1,762,612 274,896 - 274,896
Hughes Hall 127,212 227,888 - - - - -
Jesus 1,537,176 830,751 - 706,425 74,221 - 74,221
King's 2,940,930 2,353,017 - 587,913 51,703 - 51,703
Lucy Cavendish 132,659 231,450 20,097 - - - -
Magdalene 711,156 510,752 24,847 175,557 7,022 - 7,022
New Hall 670,165 532,262 137,903 - - - -
Newnham 1,383,005 700,117 580,731 102,157 4,086 - 4,086
Pembroke 962,865 612,428 293,709 56,728 2,269 - 2,269
Peterhouse 1,359,511 460,464 745,224 153,823 6,153 - 6,153
Queens' 989,963 509,414 189,901 290,648 14,065 - 14,065
Robinson 449,699 449,811 - - - - -
St.Catharine's 871,660 551,568 - 320,092 17,009 - 17,009
St. Edmund's 154,790 136,792 17,998 - - - -
St. John's 5,465,385 1,893,361 - 3,572,024 618,685 - 618,685
Selwyn 861,852 517,415 - 344,437 19,444 - 19,444
Sidney Sussex 1,140,344 562,690 - 577,654 49,754 - 49,754
Trinity 18,520,696 7,621,748 - 10,898,948 2,010,800 - 2,010,800
Trinity Hall 1,441,248 584,167 - 857,081 102,845 - 102,845
Wolfson 95,051 262,222 - - - - -

  53,043,682 25,551,440 3,005,363 24,976,555 3,791,580 350 3,791,230
Voluntary contribution from Trinity College   1,000,000
Transferred to the Colleges Fund under Statute G, II, 13   4,791,230

Totals in financial year 1999-2000 55,924,728 39,915,190 1,243,375 18,618,040 1,848,805 350 2,348,455*

* The total net contribution in the financial year 1999-2000 included a voluntary contribution of £500,000 from Trinity College.

The Report covers the first year of contributions at the increased rates which were agreed by all the Colleges as part of the College Fee settlement with the HEFCE. This, together with the generous voluntary contribution from Trinity College, has resulted in a welcome increase in the funds available for distribution.

19 March 2001 ALEC N. BROERS, Vice-Chancellor IAN LESLIE G. A. REID
  A. J. BADGER A. M. LONSDALE JEREMY SANDERS
  C. R. J. BAILEY C. LUDLOW M. SCHOFIELD
  MAT COAKLEY D. MACDONALD L. TAUB
  PETER GODDARD M. D. MACLEOD R. E. THORNTON
  GORDON JOHNSON JAMES MATHESON  

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Cambridge University Reporter, 21 March 2001
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