This guide is intended for students and researchers at Regent's Park College, as well as others at the University of Oxford seeking information about Regent's Park College library.
Use this guide to find out about the collections, services and staff support at Regent's Park College library.
There will be some disruption to Library services over the summer months:
Part-Day Closure: The Library will be closed for filming Friday, 29 September, 1-5pm. Please do not plan to visit during this time.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Inductions: Tuesday, 26 September (Ministerial only) and Wednesday, 4th October (all other new students)
Getting started with SOLO: Monday, 9th October, 2pm-3pm (Collier Room)
Updated: 19 September 2023.
You can help to keep the library a pleasant space for everyone to study in by remembering the following:
Please do come and speak to us if you have any problems or concerns with using the library.
The Regent’s Park College library is home to several interesting portraits and other unusual features:
[The information on this page was primarily taken from A guide to Regent’s Park College Oxford by Ernest Payne, published by the Alden Press and available for reference in the Angus Library.]
The college library is open to students and staff 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
External readers are welcome to contact the librarian if there is a book held by Regent's Park College that you wish to arrange to consult. As we cannot usually accommodate external readers during term time, you may be asked to schedule your visit for the vacation period.