This is a list of fictional colleges of either:
Boniface College, Oxbridge
- the universities referred to collectively as Oxbridge, but where the specific university is not specified or known;
- fictional institutions spanning both Oxford and Cambridge universities; or
- a fictional Oxbridge University
by William Thackeray, inspired by his time at Cambridge and home to the poet Sprott.
Fernham College, Oxbridge
A Room of One's Own
by Virginia Woolf, based on Newnham College, established in 1871 as the first exclusive women's college at Cambridge University.
Footlights College, Oxbridge
from which came a team of participants in an imitation of University Challenge
in an episode of the The Young Ones
called "Bambi". Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Emma Thompson and Ben Elton played contestants: "Lord Snot", "Lord Monty", "Miss Money-Sterling", and "Mr. Kendall-Mintcake", respectively. Fry, Laurie and Thompson were all students at Cambridge and members of the Footlights.
, Chapter 52, where Fred Vincy takes his bachelor's degree.
Pembridge College, Oxbridge
The Passing of Sherlock Holmes by E. V. Knox
St Luke's College
The Adventure of the Three Students
, a Sherlock Holmes story by Arthur Conan Doyle.
In The Masters by C. P. Snow, the author decries the use of a fictional name for the college where the events he describes take place as being the "Christminster" convention, Christminster being the fictional version of Oxford in Thomas Hardy's Wessex.