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Screenshot of the Black Advisory Hub landing page, showing links through to welfare, academic, financial and career support, as wells as news and quotes from current Black students at Cambridge

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Black Advisory Hub website.

This website, comprising the first phase of the Black Advisory Hub rollout, is intended to act as a student-facing hub of information and support for Black students at the University of Cambridge.

It is a dynamic resource which will continue to be enhanced and expanded in collaboration with student co-creators over the coming years. Next steps include building on the existing guidance, creating opportunities for interaction, and developing a programme of events. In addition, staff-facing elements of the Hub designed to provide guidance, information and development opportunities will be introduced.

The third phase of development planned will focus on developing sustainable and meaningful University-wide initiatives addressing inclusivity across the collegiate University.

We hope that colleagues will help to spread the word about this new resource with others, and especially the Black students they support.

The Black Advisory Hub website development was funded by the Alexander Crummell Fund and Vice-Chancellor Prof. Stephen Toope. The first phase of the website was developed by a team comprising two Project Associates and five student co-creators. The Black Advisory Hub is supported by CCTL.

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