Wroxton Campus

Fairleigh Dickinson University acquired the Abbey at Wroxton in 1965. The beautiful manor-house had once been the home of Lord North, England's Prime Minister at the time of the American Revolution.

At Wroxton you will encounter the quintessential English village scene. Set in the rural heart of England, Wroxton offers a peaceful environment for learning amid a beautiful countryside of lawns, lakes, gardens and woodland. The College itself continues to meet its founding vision of an intellectual community, cloistered in an idyllic setting. Housed in a remarkably beautiful, modernized 17th-century manor house, to Henry James, Wroxton was part of the essence of England: 

"Everything that in the material line can render life noble and charming has been gathered into it with a profusion which makes the whole place a monument of past opportunity."

For more information contact:

Nicholas D.J. Baldwin, PhD.
Dean, Wroxton College
Wroxton, Nr. Banbury
Oxfordshire OX15 6PX
Phone from US: 011-44-1295-730551
Fax from US:

Brian Swanzey, Director
The Wroxton Office
 for Study Abroad
1000 River Road
Teaneck, N.J. 07666
Phone: 201-692-2408
Fax: 201-692-2729