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Keble today

Education and advancing knowledge are at the heart of our mission: teaching undergraduates, supporting graduates through their various courses and enabling our Fellows to pursue their research in a wide variety of subjects.

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Keble History

Our Heritage

Keble College has come a long way since its opening in 1870The first Oxford College of the modern era, it was founded in memory of John Keble (1792-1866), well known for his best-selling Christian verse and a key member of the so-called ‘Oxford’ movement. To find out more, visit our Heritage microsite, which covers all aspects of the College’s history, archives and Special Collections.

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The Chapel

Our extraordinary Chapel is a living witness to the beliefs and ideals that inspired John Keble, in whose memory we were founded. The Chapel community is a diverse one where all are welcome.

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Library & Archives

The Working Library contains over 50,000 books, and is open to current students, Fellows and staff of Keble College 24/7, while the Archives provide an extraordinary resource, detailing the history of the College from its earliest days.

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