Congregational Fund Board formed to educate young men as nonconforming Protestant Ministers
Formation of the Kings Head Society
House purchased in Homerton High Street for 'private scholars'. Now the institution had resident students, resident teaching staff, its first Principal, and bore the name 'Homerton'
Homerton Academy society (later Homerton College Society), a 'Dissenting Academy'
Re-founded as teacher training institution for Congregational Board Schools, including both women and men students
Moved to Cambridge, acquired Cavendish College in Hills Road and became a single-sex college for women, aligning with University practice at that time
Became an Approved Society of the University of Cambridge, re-admitting men as a mixed college
'Convergence', a new relationship with the University saw Homerton offer its full range of academic subjects
Completion of Harrison House providing additional accommodation for postgraduates.
Expanded residential accommodation now includes West House and South Court with 700 resident undergraduates on site, and Harrison House for postgraduates.
Royal Charter granted, making Homerton a fully self-governing college of the University of Cambridge
Homerton largest college in Cambridge and one of largest for undergraduate Physics, second only to Trinity and Churchill
‘Homerton Changemakers’ programme launched to mark 250th Anniversary of the College
New Homerton boathouse on River Cam, shared with City of Cambridge Boat Club.
Extensive new playing fields developed in partnership with St Mary’s School