Professor Jonathan Michie, the President of Kellogg, invites you to embrace the opportunities Oxford has to offer, and become an enthusiastic participant in College life.
Meet the President and Fellows of Kellogg on Wednesday 6th October at 17:30 in the Hub. Click to find out more.
A Warm Welcome
Tara Stubbs is the Dean of Kellogg College, looking out for your welfare and encouraging respectful behaviour from all College members.
Yasmin Khan is the Senior Tutor, her role is to guide you through your academic journey at Kellogg and help you get the most out of your time at Oxford.
Meet the Fellows of Kellogg on Wednesday 6th October at 17:30 in the Hub. Click to find out more.
Our staff are here to help you with everything from accommodation to visas, from IT to physical and mental wellbeing. Join us for tea and coffee in the College bar on Monday 27th September at 11:00, click to find out more.
Meet the Academic Administrator
From the start to the finish of your course at Oxford, the Academic Office will be there for you. The Academic Administrator, Sarah O'Brien, manages the team and also plays a major role in student welfare.
Gary Walker is the College Finance Bursar, he is responsible for all areas of College business. Here he explains his priority, helping you to have the best possible academic and social experience at Kellogg.
Kellogg has short term accommodation for short stays in Oxford as well as student accommodation for those who need to be resident in the city. Charlotte Orton is the Accommodation Manager, on hand with your keys and advice.
Find out more about accommodation at Kellogg here.
Working I.T. Out
When you need to get online using the University's networks or access University IT services this is the team to help you.
Librarian Fellow Jon Healey introduces the College library. Find out more on the College website.
Welfare and Wellbeing
Meet some of the people at Kellogg who are here to support you
As well as heading the Academic Office, Sarah O'Brien plays a major role in student welfare. She is here to help you with any issues impacting your studies.
If you are interested in matters of faith, Kellogg Fellow and Pastoral Advisor Dr Alistair Ross is here to support you and help you access resources across Oxford.
Neil Suchak is the MCR Welfare Officer and a peer supporter for students.
What is a peer supporter? Click to find out. Perhaps you would like to find out more about becoming a Peer Supporter, please do get in touch with the Peer Supporters (firstname.lastname@example.org) to find out more about the training and how Peer Support works. The deadline for applications this year is 26th September. Click to find out more.
Well Fair Afternoon
Your health and wellbeing are an important part of your student experience. Come along to our ‘Well Fair’ afternoon, on Friday 8th October, where you can meet our Welfare teams, eat cake, and take some time for yourself.
Meet the welfare team either in person, or online. Click to find out more.
The MCR Welfare rep will be in the Hub for a 'Conversation Cafe' at 14:30 for some friendly chat about wellbeing topics. Cake will be provided. Click to find out more. Why not stay on and meet the welfare dog? Details below.
Meet the welfare dog, have a pat and join the MCR Welfare rep for some cake and a chat. Click to find out more.
You are welcome to bring your children to Kellogg for brunch, lunches and informal College dinners. There are highchairs available in the College Dining Hall and Hub Cafe, as well as baby changing facilities in the Hub and No.62 Banbury Road.
Throughout the academic year we programme family friendly events at Kellogg. Click to find out more about family friendly events in Welcome Weeks.
We do not have a creche or nursery on site but matriculated students at the University are eligible to apply for a nursery place through the University's Childcare service. The University’s nursery provision is oversubscribed and there is a long waiting list. Further information on applying for a nursery place can be found here
The University also works in partnership with playscheme providers to provide support for families during school holiday periods. Details on holiday playschemes can be found here Please contact Childcare Services directly if you have any queries: at email@example.com
Sport and Recreation
Together with the MCR Committee (the student committee), the College supports a wide range of activities giving you plenty of opportunities to meet other students from across the globe.
We have a free membership arrangement with Oxford University Sport based at the Iffley Road Sports Centre. This includes use of the pool. Simply take your University card to the Iffley Road Sports Centre and fill out a membership form at their reception. Easy!
Sport at Oxford event
Join us on Thursday 23rd September at 16:00 for a free exercise class in the College garden. If you don't want to take part but have questions about the sport on offer at Oxford, then come along and ask Matt, the representative from Oxford University Sport, who will be on hand to answer your questions. Click to register.
Sport and other recreational activities are an important part of University and College life. James Tuffnell introduces some of the sporting options at Kellogg, whether you want to play competitively or focus on personal fitness and wellbeing.
Find out more about sport at Kellogg here
On the Menu
Kellogg is highly praised for its food. We have been told its the best food in any Oxford College, you will have to judge for yourself!
Kellogg’s Dining Hall is at the heart of the College. We do not have a high table, so students, staff, Fellows, alumni and all other College members sit with each other, taking the opportunity to share, support and make connections that can last a lifetime.
The credit for our fine food goes to our Head Chef, Jonathan Wilmot, and his team. Here, Chef Jon shares with us how to create his delicious chocolate brownies - a favourite with all of us at Kellogg! You can download the recipe here.
Join us on Sunday 10th October at 14:00 for an Afternoon Tea in the Dining Hall, with a fun discussion about Oxford traditions. Click to find out more.
Why not drop in to one of our Coffee mornings? Each week College members meet in the Hub for a free hot drink and a chat with each other. Click to find out more.