On 12th February 2019, the curtain rose on the first performance by Goodenough College's in house opera company, Bloomsbury Opera, of Mozart's Cosi fan Tutte.

We are delighted to announce that applications to live at Goodenough College for the next academic year are now open.

Every autumn, Goodenough College organises a telephone campaign. Staffed entirely by College Members, the Campaign reaches out to our Alumni and friends to raise money for the College’s unique programme, our scholarships and bursary scheme and the upkeep of the College buildings. This year there was a particular focus on raising funds to provide emergency in year financial assistance to Members via The Mecklenburgh Fund.

The time of year is upon us again. Every November we gather a team of 24 Members who spend three weeks calling Alumni around the world. The campaign aim is to raise vital funds for the College and to re-connect Alumni with life in Mecklenburgh Square.

The Goodenough College is delighted to announce that we hosted the Worshipful Company of World Traders in a successful attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the “most nationalities in a simultaneous popular music sing-along”.

The London Goodenough Association of Canada (“LGAC”) has opened applications for its Scholarships for Canadian students seeking to live at Goodenough College for the 2019-20 academic year.

Goodenough College has published its 2017 Annual Review celebrating another fantastic year of life here at the college. 

On October 1st the College welcomed Rebecca Matthews as Director, succeeding Major General Andrew Ritchie in the role.

On Thursday 4th October, Goodenough College opened the Academic Year with your annual celebration of Founders' Day. This year was the 87th anniversary of the opening of Goodenough College by our Founder, Frederick Craufurd Goodenough. To quote from our history: ‘Time begins on 4th October 1931, the day on which the first residents of London House arrived’.

Goodenough College Alumni, Endurance swimmer Lewis Pugh (WGH 05-06) has completed The Long Swim.

On the 23rd July we were privileged enough to host a Garden Reception for the Lord Mayor of London, his Sheriffs, and the Aldermen and Common Councilmen of the City Corporation to mark the College refreshing our historic links with the City of London.

The Board of Governors of Goodenough College is delighted to announce the appointment of Ms Rebecca Matthews as Director of the College to succeed Andrew Ritchie with effect from 1 October 2018.

The Governors of Goodenough College wish to announce that Major General Andrew Ritchie will be retiring from his role as Director of the College at the end of August 2018 after 12 years in post.