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St. Hilda's College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. Founded by Dorothea Beale, it traditionally has close connections with Cheltenham Ladies' College[?]. It is the only one of the university's colleges to admit only female students.

The college is located in Cowley Place, and is the most easterly of all the university's colleges. It consists of six major buildings containing student accommodation and teaching areas: Hall, South, Milham Ford, Wolfson, Garden, and the Christina Barratt Building (opened in 2001). The Jacqueline Du Pre Music Building is a concert venue named after the famous cellist who was an honorary fellow of the college.

St Hilda's was the subject of the disastrous Channel 4 documentary series, College Girls.

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