Harris Manchester is dedicated solely to mature students, and accepts both graduate and undergraduate students from the age of 21 with no upper age limit.
As the smallest college in the University, there is an intimate, friendly atmosphere, with a great deal of peer support. The diversity of our students in terms of age, culture and background makes the College a very interesting and vibrant community.
The College is centrally but quietly located, close to the Bodleian Library and many other libraries and departments.
Facilities for students with disabilities
Please contact the Bursar for information
The college's principle library resource, the Tate Library, is open to students from 8am to 11pm every day and operates a self-issue system for borrowing items. The college also houses the specialist Carpenter Library of Theology and Religion, which comprises extensive archives from the 18th and 19th Centuries.
Friendly professional library staff provide one-to-one guidance and help. There are fifty study spaces for students over two floors with WiFi access for laptops, six dedicated library PCs and printing and scanning facilities.
- Network connections are available in all study bedrooms
- Newly renovated and equipped College IT Centre
- Dedicated computer for graduates in MCR
- Free printing in MCR and IT centre
- Wireless internet access in library and main building
Art, music, drama and sport
- Corporate membership of two health clubs in Oxford for all students, giving access to classes, gym and swimming pool
- College punt (The Royle Yacht)
- College choir
- Music lessons
- Regular concerts in term time