As of January 2013 there are seventy-five Fellows of All Souls, eighteen Visiting Fellows, six Honorary Fellows, and twenty-seven Emeritus (i.e. retired academic) Fellows, whose continuing research the College actively supports. Of the current Fellows, thirty-five are academics entirely funded by All Souls (as Senior Research Fellows, Post-Doctoral Fellows, and Examination Fellows), nineteen are academics with Oxford University positions attached to All Souls, and the rest include academics at other universities, non-academics (e.g. barristers), former Fellows who have attained distinction in public life, and the College Chaplain and Bursars. The non-academic Fellows play an important part in the governance of the College and help connect academic and public life, notably in law, economics, politics and international relations.
Through the Examination Fellowships and Post-Doctoral Fellowships, the College is strongly committed to academics at an early stage of their careers. At the same time the College has twenty-two Fellows of the British Academy (and a further sixteen amongst its Emeritus Fellows), and four Fellows of the Royal Society.
The College is a charity registered with the Charity Commission (Registration number 1138057).