Our community makes Kellogg a unique and inspiring setting in which to work and study. We are proud to be the University’s largest and most international College.
Our founding ethos, to enable life-long learning for full- and part-time graduate students, and our comparatively new status, make us distinct from other Oxford Colleges.
Our easily accessible grounds reflect our open, friendly atmosphere, and our egalitarian spirit means we eschew many of the Oxford College traditions, such as having a high table at dinner. We encourage our members to collaborate and support one another in any way they can, and where better to do this than at one of our wonderful lunches or dinners.
We have an extensive wellbeing and support network, with representatives from across the College body, because, from time to time, everyone needs some extra support – whether for health, disability, financial or personal reasons.
Kellogg life is underpinned by our commitment to sustainable living. We have several eco-friendly initiatives running across all areas of the College, including shower timers in our student accommodation; bat boxes and hedgehog hotels on the College grounds; and Meat Free Mondays in our Dining Hall and our College Hub – the University’s first Passivhaus certified building.
Get involved in College Life
The more you participate in College life, the more you will make of the opportunity of studying at Oxford. The vibrant life of the College depends on the contributions of its students, so please do get involved!
There are many ways in which you can do this, including: becoming an MCR Rep; joining a sports team; attending our College events; presenting your research to your Peers at our College Colloquiums and our annual Graduate Symposium; attending a Progress Meeting in Hilary Term; or becoming a Peer Supporter.
We also offer awards, such as the Community Engagement and Impact Award, which recognise students’ work with projects run by Oxford’s wider community.
Reflections on my year at Kellogg a Blog
"...Kellogg not only serves the best food (no doubt about that), but arguably has the most diverse, open-minded and stimulating community of all the Oxford Colleges." Daniel Staudegger (2019 Alumnus)
I chose Kellogg because of its strong international student body. As Oxford’s biggest college, I wanted to immerse myself into as big a pool of global talent as possible.
James Tufnell (Part-time student)
Share your news
Joseph and Penny in our Communications Office, are always happy to hear from you. We welcome news and contributions from all our College members. Email them at email@example.com.