Our roots are in the Nonconformist tradition, and, since the 1880s, Mansfield has prided itself on offering previously-excluded constituencies access to an Oxford education.
Mansfield occupies one of the most attractive sites in Oxford, close to all the libraries and shops, yet in a quiet position near to the University parks and River Cherwell. The late nineteenth-century buildings, which house the College’s main public rooms, are regarded as amongst the finest work of the important Victorian architect, Basil Champneys.
We are renowned for successfully combining the best of Oxford with our own unique and innovative personality. We provide a progressive, informal environment, in which tutors and students work together to achieve academic excellence and sustain a supportive and lively community.