St Hilda's College, Oxford facts for kids
|St Hilda's College|
Blazon: Azure, on a fess or three estoiles gules in chief two unicorns' heads couped, in base a coiled serpent argent.
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|Latin name||Collegium Sanctae Hildae|
|Motto||non frustra vixi (I lived not in vain)|
|Named for||Hilda of Whitby|
|Principal||Sir Gordon Duff|
|Major events||St Hilda's College Ball|
St Hilda's College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England. The college is named after the Anglo-Saxon Saint, Hilda of Whitby and was founded in 1893 as a hall for women; remaining an all-women's college until 2008. St Hilda's was the last single-sex college in the university as Somerville College had admitted men in 1994. The college now has almost equal numbers of men and women at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
The current Principal is Sir Gordon Duff, who took up the post in 2014.
As of 2018, the college had an endowment of £52.1 million and total assets of £113.4 million.
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