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How we make decisions


Decision making processes
The Governing Body of the College consists of the President and Fellows; it has responsibility for the management of the affairs of the College. The College is regulated in accordance with the College Statutes (currently in the process of being revised; they will be available to download once they have been approved by Privy Council). The College Bylaws (currently in the process of being drawn up; they will be available to download in due course) are additional rules made by the Governing Body. It has ultimate responsibility for the management of the affairs of the College.


A number of committees meet on a regular basis; they report and provide recommendations to the Governing Body enabling the Governing Body to make informed decisions on all areas affecting the College.


Decisions are made with regard to intercollegiate policy decisions agreed by the Conference of Colleges and the Governance Structure of the University.


The management structure of the College is available to download.


Information on certain decisions affecting undergraduates and graduates can be found in the College Rules and General Information and decisions concerning employees can be found in the Employee Handbook. 


Records of decisions
The College's financial record can be found in the published accounts.


Much of the information about decisions, and the decision-making processes in College is published in various documents. However, certain decisions are only recorded in Governing Body minutes which cannot be included in the scheme because (i) they name individuals in a confidential context, and (ii) they include material of a sensitive commercial nature.


 


 

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