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At Hatfield, the Head of College is called the 'Master', otherwise known as Head of House.

Professor Ann MacLarnon, Master, has overall responsibility for all aspects of college management and leading the college community. We also have Assistant Master, Katie Stobbs, who is your pastoral and welfare care, the admissions process and the College mentoring system.

  • Who's Who

    Discover more about the people of Hatfield College.
    The college grounds chapel archway, people stand talking on the other side
  • History

    Founded in 1846, Hatfield College is the second oldest College in Durham University.
    Hatfield College grounds at sunset

Who's Who

Discover more about the people of Hatfield College.
The college grounds chapel archway, people stand talking on the other side

History

Founded in 1846, Hatfield College is the second oldest College in Durham University.
Hatfield College grounds at sunset
University student
The collegiate system is one of the most distinctive features of Durham University. Colleges provide a unique environment for living and working, enabling students to achieve the best possible academic success and to develop their potential more broadly. Hatfield is a forward-thinking college with a strong network of very supportive alumni and friends.

Professor Ann MacLarnon
Master
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