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A Permanent Private Hall at the University of Oxford is an educational institution affiliated to the University — not as a full College, but able to award Oxford University degrees. "PPHs" are usually, though not necessarily, small foundations of a religious character; thus many of them offer a limited number of degrees, sometimes only to members of a specific religious order, and generally in Theology and related subjects. The maximum number of undergraduates allowed for each Hall is set by the University. In some case, a Permanent Private Hall can be granted full Collegiate status; recent examples include St Edmund Hall (became a full College in 1957) and Harris Manchester College (became a full College in 1996).


There are currently seven Permanent Private Halls:

  • Blackfriars (1221) Website (http://www.bfriars.ox.ac.uk/)
  • Campion Hall (1896) Website (http://www.campion.ox.ac.uk/)
  • Greyfriars (1910) Website (http://www.greyfriars.ox.ac.uk/)
  • Regent's Park (1927) Website (http://www.rpc.ox.ac.uk/)
  • St Benet's Hall (1897) Website (http://www.st-benets.ox.ac.uk/)
  • St Stephen's House (1876) Website (http://www.ststephenshouse.ac.uk/)
  • Wycliffe Hall (1877) Website (http://www.wycliffe.ox.ac.uk/)

Oxford University Pages

  • Search Permanent Private Halls Web Pages (http://search.ox.ac.uk/web/college/permpriv)
  • Regulations for the Establishment and Maintenance of Permanent Private Halls (http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/statutes/regulations/518-122.shtml)

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Statutes and Regulations: Regulations for the Establishment and Maintenance of Permanent Private Halls (741 words)
The Master of a Permanent Private Hall shall stand in tutorial relation to all members of his or her hall who are students, and shall exercise supervision over their conduct and studies.
The Master of a Permanent Private Hall shall have power to make by-laws for the conduct and management of his or her hall which are consistent with the statutes and regulations of the University.
Each Master of a Permanent Private Hall shall make available for inspection, at any reasonable time, by the Vice-Chancellor and Proctors, or by any one or more of them, the register of students admitted to his or her hall.
Permanent Private Hall - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (161 words)
A Permanent Private Hall at the University of Oxford is an educational institution affiliated to the University — not as a full College, but able to award Oxford University degrees.
"PPHs" are usually, though not necessarily, small foundations of a religious character; thus many of them offer a limited number of degrees, sometimes only to members of a specific religious order, and generally in Theology and related subjects.
In some case, a Permanent Private Hall can be granted full Collegiate status; recent examples include St Edmund Hall (became a full College in 1957) and Harris Manchester College (became a full College in 1996).
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