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Kellogg’s Library provides College members with a comfortable and welcoming place in which to study and work.

Facilities include six reading-rooms, a computer room with printing/copying facilities and an accessible workstation.

Although the Library is one of the newest in Oxford, it has already gained a reputation both within and beyond the University for its holdings in English architectural history, interior design, and the history of planning. There are also substantial collections in English archaeology, the history of art, local history, and aspects of medieval and early modern history and English and French literature. In addition, the Library holds the collection of the National Resource Centre for Historic Dance.

Access to the Library

The Library is open to eligible readers (as set out in the Policy on Access) 24 hours a day. Access for College members requires a College registered University Card.

The Library seeks to support readers with disabilities in accordance with a Statement of Provision. There is a lift into the Library from near College Reception, ramped access is available at the front of Geoffrey Thomas House (ask at Reception for a key), and there is an accessible workstation in the computer room, an additional large screen in the same room, and a height-adjustable desk in the Lilian Butler Davey Room. Library and other staff will assist with fetching books from upper shelves and from upstairs, to which access is more restricted.