Tree Court and the Library
Standing in Tree Court, you can see the newest and the oldest parts of the College. The Dining Hall (with its distinctive roof line) was built in 1963 as part of the original College masterplan. Tree Court itself was built as part of the second phase, and was occupied from 1966. It is home to many of the College’s first-year students. The building with the cylindrical tower and wooden facade is the Olisa Library, which opened in 2010. The Grove, a Regency house dating from 1814, contains the Senior Common Room for Fellows and a common room for graduate students.