College history in bullet points
- 1851: Foundation in London
- 1851 – 1872: College open to both men and women
- 1872: All female teacher training college established (eventually called Southlands).
- 1872: Westminster became a men only college
- 1914/18 First World War
- Buildings used as headquarters for Australian, then Commonwealth servicemen
- Students evacuated to Richmond College
- 1939/45: Second World War
- 1940/45: College evacuated to:
- 1944: College bombed on 4th March
- 1944: Butler Act and Macnair Report published
- 1948: College rebuilt
- 1951: Centenary of College, HRH Princess Elizabeth visits
- 1959: College shuts in London and opens in Oxford
- Qualifications awarded by the University of Oxford
- 1960: Return of women to Westminster College
- 1960: College officially opened in Oxford on 21st May
- 1960s: College buildings on Horseferry Road demolished
- 1981: Degrees validated by CNAA
- 1993: Oxford University resumes validating degrees
- 2000: Westminster College stops running as a separate entity and merges with Oxford Brookes University.
- 2003: Second College history published: Our Calling to Fulfil: Westminster College and the Changing Face of Teacher Education. Tockington Press 2003. (Available at OCMCH)
A comprehensive archive of the college is available at OCMCH at the Harcourt Hill Campus of Oxford Brookes University.