Kellogg College is a graduate college which welcomes students of all ages wishing to study at degree level in either a traditional full-time mode or more flexible part-time study.
It is the University’s leading college for students reading for degrees on a part-time basis and prides itself in the expertise it has developed since its inception to facilitate and enhance the collegiate experience for these students.
The College also has a strong body of full-time students based at a four acre site on the Banbury Road. The unique mix of student body affords full-time students the rare opportunity to study in a lively university atmosphere, and also to benefit from the experience of the College’s mature students who, alongside their academic studies, work in various professions in a range of sectors.
Facilities for students with disabilities
The Main College buildings are wheelchair accessible and specially-adapted student accommodation is available.
Once a student has been accepted, the College will endeavour to accommodate specific requirements.
- College Library Resource Centre, Banbury Road
- Network connections available in all study bedrooms
- Student computer workroom with full internet access, fixed work stations, printer and scanner
- Wi-fi access available across the College site
Art, music, drama and sport
- The College has an active Sports Committee made up of Fellows and students that arranges access to sporting facilities for members of the College
College has had a number of rugby and rowing Blues, and has an
affiliation with the Christ Church Boat Club which offers rowing at all
- College societies and activities include drama, films, yoga, choir and sustainability
- College punt for free hire
- College events organised throughout the yeararound part-time study and work/family commitments
- Regular series of seminars run by the College's Research Centres and Fellows
single integrated Common Room providing an opportunity for all students
(part-time and full-time) and Fellows to mix freely at College events
to the particular need of non-residential students to remain in touch
with the life of the College and University via
email, podcasts, social networks and website