The New Garden Building and refurbished Berrow Foundation Building have now been unveiled. The project reached completion in March 2015 and has provided the College with much needed additional space for use by College members and guests, as well as facilities for external customers.
We would like to extend a warm Lincoln welcome to the new generation of first year students who have just joined us and are settling in to College life. We are confident you will enjoy life at Lincoln!
Lincoln welcomes visitors (excluding large tour groups) and is open Mon-Fri 14.00-17.00, Sat-Sun 11.00-17.00. Admission is free but visitors are not allowed in the staircases, which are private, or the Grove.
In 2027, Lincoln will be celebrating its 600th anniversary. The College’s quadrangles remain beautifully unspoilt over many years, but we also take pride in progress and we are always making plans for the future. This includes maintaining our historic buildings and also ambitions to expand and modernise; both on the main Turl street site and in other parts of Oxford.
Lincoln College is located in the centre of Oxford. From the moment you arrive at Lincoln you will experience the warm and friendly atmosphere that is characteristic of the College, a fondness for which is shared by the community of students, Fellows and staff alike. Lincoln College will be holding Open Days on 1st and 2nd of July for prospective Year 12 students. Click here to find out more.
This area of the College website is intended to provide useful information to our current students. It contains much of the information needed for daily life at College such as meal bookings, term dates, grants and awards and examination information.
However you choose to stay involved with Lincoln as an alumnus/alumna, we hope that your connection to the College will continue long after you leave. The role of the Development Office at Lincoln is to make sure alumni feel welcome when they come back to College, and also feel connected to Lincoln through our alumni events and publications. The Development Office also works to secure private financial support for College initiatives.
Throughout his life, Sir Walter Oakeshott (1903-87) bought books, maps, and manuscripts; interested himself in libraries and their contents; and published the fruits of his research, often based on material...