Linacre College, Oxford

Linacre College is a constituent college of the University of Oxford in the UK whose members comprise approximately 50 fellows and 550 postgraduate students.

Linacre College
Oxford
Arms: see below
LocationSt Cross Road
Coordinates51.75935°N 1.24984°W / 51.75935; -1.24984
MottoNo End To Learning
Established1962
Named forThomas Linacre
Previous namesLinacre House (until 1965)
Sister collegeHughes Hall, Cambridge
PrincipalNick Brown
UndergraduatesNone
Postgraduates550
GraceBenedictus benedicat
Endowment£17.7 million (2018)[1]
Websitewww.linacre.ox.ac.uk
Boat clubLinacre College Boat Club
Map
Location in Oxford city centre

Linacre is a diverse college in terms of both the international composition of its members (the majority of whom are from outside the UK and represent 133 different countries), as well as the disciplines studied. Linacre was the first graduate college in the UK for both sexes and all subjects. Unlike most colleges, students and fellows share the same common room and there is no high table.

The college also has a strong environmental and ethical ethos. It was the first carbon-neutral college as well as the first college in Oxford to achieve Fairtrade status.[2][3]

The college is named after Thomas Linacre (1460–1524), founder of the Royal College of Physicians as well as a distinguished renaissance humanist — multidisciplinary interests that the college aims to reflect.

The college is located on St Cross Road at its junction with South Parks Road, bordering University Parks to the north and the University Science Area to the west.