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Introduction


The College, as constituted by this Charter, consists of the members of the Court and of the Council, the Fellows of the College, the academic, and academic-related staff, the students and other members of the College. It has the power to do any lawful thing in furtherance of its objects and has the power: to award diplomas and certificates; to acquire, own, maintain, manage and dispose of real and other property; to solicit, receive and administer grants, fees, subscriptions, donations, endowments, legacies, gifts and loans of any property whatsoever, whether real or personal; to act as trustee for and in relation to endowments, legacies and gifts; to invest any monies in accordance with the relevant law and its own Statutes; to borrow and raise money; to enter into engagements and to accept obligations and liabilities; and generally to do all other lawful acts whatsoever.

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Table of resources

InformationFormat & Charge
 Minutes from Council, Court, Senate  

Minutes of meetings will normally be made available within 28 days following approval at the subsequent meeting of the Committee. Some information may be exempt as personal or confidential information. Please note some Committee minutes may only be available via other methods. (Hard copies for a fee).

[Online] - Council (Free)

[Online] - Court (Free)

[Online] - Senate (Free)

 

Minutes and papers of the sub-committees of the Court, Council and Senate and those reporting to the President or Provost

 

The College intends that the minutes for most of these Committees will be published on its website, however, some minutes may only be available via other methods.

[Online] - General link to College Committees (Free)

See below for links.

Minutes of meetings will normally be made available within 28 days following approval at the subsequent meeting of the Committee.

Some information may be exempt as personal or confidential information.

 

Description of the sub-structures and committees supporting them. These have ‘ Standing Orders’ which indicate the mode of operation:

  • Council Committees
  • President’s Committees
  • Senate Committees
  • Graduate Schools
  • Central Faculty Committees
 

[Online] - College Committees (Free)

[Online] - Graduate Schools (Free)

[Online] - Faculties (Free)

Minutes of staff/ student consultation meetings  
Teaching and learning committee minutes  
Appointment committees and procedures: Nominations Committee

[Online] - Nominations Committee (Free)

[Online] - Remuneration Committee (Free)

[Online] - Guidelines for the Servicing of Committees (Free)

Terms of reference, membership and mode of operation of all boards and committees in the formal structure.  

See above links

 

Codes of practice for college/university elections and committee procedures:

  • Deans
  • Court & Council Elections
 

[Online] - College Ordinances (Free)

 Codes of conduct for members of governing bodies  

[Online] - College Ordinances (Free)