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Message from the President
Kellogg College was founded in 1990 with the mission of enabling part-time students to study for a degree at the University of Oxford. As one of Oxford’s youngest and most dynamic colleges in a University known for its age and traditions, Kellogg has never been afraid to challenge conventions and to break new ground.
In 2015, we celebrated the 25th anniversary of the College’s founding. We have seen tremendous progress since our early days. Kellogg is now the largest of Oxford’s graduate colleges, with over 950 students – diverse in nationality, age, and background. We pride ourselves on the expertise we have developed to facilitate and enhance the collegiate experience of part-time students.
In addition, around one quarter of our students are full-time, and we offer these students a lively graduate-only University experience. They benefit from working alongside focused part-time students who are often combining academic study with working in a range of professions and sectors. The College is proudly tolerant, egalitarian, friendly, and informal.
In the left-hand section you will see our current fundraising initiatives. With your support, we look forward to embarking upon – and completing – these vital projects for the College’s next 25 years and beyond. If you wish to make a gift, please use the links below.
Professor Jonathan Michie
Gifts and Pledges
All gifts to the campaign will be most appreciated. Any donation should be made to Kellogg College. Whilst general donations will be used for the most pressing needs of the College, we are always happy to discuss opportunities for supporting particular projects or activities. Please click on the links below for UK giving information, or click on the links in the left hand menu for more information on the various ways you can support us.
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Leave a legacy
If you intend to include, or have already included, a gift to Kellogg College in your will, please let us know by completing this legacy form. This pledge does not commit you in any way; it is simply a statement of your intentions, and will allow us to recognise your generosity. If you would like to find out more about different types of legacy, together with model wording to use in each case, please read our legacy information document.