Kellogg College

On 1 October 1994, the 36th College of the University took the name Kellogg College in recognition of the outstanding support given to continuing education at Oxford by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

Our community of over 800 students is a vibrant blend of part-time and full-time graduates, following 110 programmes of study from across the University’s four academic divisions and the Department for Continuing Education. Our students come from around 90 countries, making us a truly global academic community. The research conducted by our Fellows, Research Members of Common Room, Research Centre Associates, and students has global impact.

As such a new college, Kellogg does not yet have an extensive archive which would be of great interest to external researchers and, of course, the vast majority of its alumni are still alive. However, it does have a small archive relating to the College’s foundation and its relationship with the Department for Continuing Education.  Information about the college, including its history, can also be found on its website. 


Fellow Archivist: Professor Tom Buchanan.

Address: College Administrator, Kellogg College, 60-62 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 6PN

Phone: 01865 612015