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English: Timeline of the colleges of the University of Cambridge* in the order their students graduate at congregations, compared with some events in British history.
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  1. Based on a December 2012 email the St Edmund's College development office sent Combination Room Women’s Officer, Miss Maryam Farooq:
    ... Unfortunately we cannot find any formal records at the moment stating when the first woman matriculated at St Edmund's although the College started admitting postgraduates in 1965 when it became an Approved Society, but admission of undergraduates was not approved until a Grace was passed to this effect in 1973. I do not think there were any gender restrictions associated with these approvals, so in effect, women were first able to join St Edmund's in 1965, but we do not know whether any actually did until a bit later. ...


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