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Kellogg College

Kellogg College is a graduate-only constituent college of the University of Oxford. It was founded in 1990 as Rewley House and is the 36th college and the largest by the number of students. Kellogg College has an egalitarian spirit, reflected by a lack of formal separation between fellows and students.

What's the History of Kellogg College?

Kellogg College was founded on 1 March 1990 and renamed from Rewley House to Kellogg College in 1994, in honour of Will Keith Kellogg, in recognition of the financial support given by the W. K. Kellogg Foundation. However, the college can trace its origins back to the start of the university extension movement in the 1870s, which grew out of a drive to liberalise Oxford.

Kellow College celebrated its 25th anniversary in March 2015.

Where is Kellogg College?

Kellogg College is located on 60-62 Banbury Road (OX2 6PN), Oxford. Tel 01865 612000.

Kellogg College Coat of Arms
Arms: Per pale indented argent and azure on the argent a chevron enhanced gules in base a book azure leaved argent on the azure an ear of wheat palewise or the whole within a bordure gules.

Can you Visit Kellogg College?

Yes, Kellogg College is open to the public. 

  • Open: Mon-Fri 9.00-17.00.
  • Charge: Free.
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