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A new graduate college at the University of Oxford, with a focus on 21st century interdisciplinary research.

The Radcliffe Science Library (on the corner of Parks Road and South Parks Road) will begin major refurbishment works in April 2020, which are expected to continue until autumn 2021. Overall, the redeveloped RSL will create a college home for the new Parks College, a 21st century science library, and a new museum collections centre to facilitate collections-based teaching, research and engagement.
For future updates about these projects, please visit the Parks College website. You can also sign up to receive news by email:

About the Project

The Radcliffe Science Library (RSL) building is located on the corner of Parks Road and South Parks Road in the Oxford University Science Area, which is also within the city’s Central Conservation Area.The RSL site is being redeveloped to create modern library facilities open to all Bodleian readers; fresh spaces for communal dining, collaboration, exhibitions and public events; and a museums collections centre to facilitate collections-based teaching, research and engagement, and which will also provide high-quality storage for the University collections. In addition, the new graduate society, known as Parks College, will be integrated into these refurbishment plans for the building, creating a new research and social community for graduate students and academic fellows of Parks College. Read more.

Contact

Questions or comments on the project can be emailed to: public.consultation@admin.ox.ac.uk

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