|Located in the heart of Oxford, Lincoln is a compact and friendly college, with excellent cultural and sporting facilities and a famously good kitchen. Please do come and see our beautifully unspoilt set of quadrangles and gain a sense of our tradition of academic excellence, and our friendly and happy community.|
The aim of the new Campaign is to prepare the way for the celebration of the College’s 600th anniversary in 2027 through engagement with our alumni and support for areas of priority. Please click below for more details about The Road to 2027.
The installation 'Portrait of Lincoln' by Patrice Moor (James Watson Artist in Residence) has been unveiled and is now open to the public on Friday afternoons (2-30 November 2018; 18 January-12 April 2019).
Lincoln's collections of books and archival materials, along with its spaces and places, tell a wonderful story of its distinctive heritage. The Discover Lincoln series will look at the unique objects and historic places of Lincoln told through Lincoln's best asset - its people.
|Lincoln Unlocked is a new academic and research centre which has been established to support and encourage the study of historic collections. Its aim is to foster interdisciplinary research on private and institutional collections, by drawing on Lincoln’s own resources and expertise.|
However you choose to stay involved with Lincoln as an alumnus/alumna, we hope that your connection to the College will continue long after you leave. The role of the Development Office at Lincoln is to make sure alumni feel welcome when they come back to College, and also feel connected to Lincoln through our alumni events and publications. The Development Office also works to secure private financial support for College initiatives.