Regent's Park College, Oxford
Regent's Park College is widely known for its strong sense of community and friendly atmosphere. The college is affiliated to the Oxford University. It is established to provide high standard education. Undergraduate students at Regent's Park have strong relationship to the university and benefit from being a supportive and small community in the centre of Oxford. There is a good range of sports, strong social life and musical and dynamic opportunities.
The college was affiliated to the University of London, before moving to Oxford in 1927. Regent's Park College offers various arts and social science subjects. Undergraduate students go on to a broad range of careers. Some of the students prepare for ordination in Baptist churches.
The college welcomes undergraduates of any or no religious belief. Regent's Park College welcomes candidates with high academic aspirations. Student participation in academic, college and sporting life is encouraged and students enjoy the benefits of a small community. Presently, there are three students who are members of the college's governing body. Regent's Park offers places to study degrees in:
- Ancient and Modern History
- Classical Archaeology and Ancient History
- Classics and English
- History and Politics
- Politics and Economics (PPE)
- Philosophy and Theology
Regent's Park College is in the centre of Oxford, which is just off St Giles and near to the university libraries.
First year and third year students live in college rooms either self-contained flats or study/bedrooms. Student meals are served in the Art Deco Dining Hall. The college provides all facilities to students with the intention of helping them to concentrate on their study.
Student rooms are well-equipped with Wi-Fi connection and telephone. The main college library has strong collections in English and Theology, computing facilities and is open twenty-four hours a day. The Angus library has an ample collection of an important archive of Baptist history that brings scholars from across the world to study at Regent's Park. The college has a spacious Junior Common Room (JCR) where students organize the college's dynamic social life and run their own bar.
The college organizes various curricular and extra-curricular activities where students participate enthusiastically. This is an evident in their commitment to the college's societies such as music and drama. The college has sports teams including football, netball and rowing. The Christian Union Regent's Park's students are involved in the wide range of university societies and clubs. They take part in every activity enthusiastically.
- Classics: Dr Peter Haarer, Dr Mary Whitby
- Classics & English: Dr Peta Fowler
- Economics: Dr Matthew Polisson
- English: Dr Julian Thompson, Dr Mark Atherton, Dr Lynn Robson, Dr Richard Lawes
- Geography: Dr Pam Berry, Dr Lorraine Wild
- History: Dr Susan Doran
- Law: Mr Richard Tur
- Philosophy: Dr Pamela Sue Anderson, Dr Jordan Bell
- Politics: Dr Suke Wolton
- Theology: The Revd Dr Larry Kreitzer, The Revd Dr Timothy Bradshaw, The Revd Dr Robert Ellis, The Revd Dr Nick Wood, The Revd Carol Murray, Professor Paul Fiddes, The Revd Anthony Clarke, The Revd Myra Blyth, The Revd Anthony Cros
- The Revd Dr Nick Wood
- Dr Pamela Sue Anderson
- The Revd Myra Blyth
- Dr Lynn Robson