Dean's Committee, 1967-88

Scope and Content

The Deans' Committee was established by Standing Order of the Senate in 1967. It had four main responsibilities: 1. to investigate cases of infringement of College regulations by students and to supervise such extra-curricular activities as may be undertaken by students in the name of the College; 2. to receive Faculty recommendations for College Scholarships and to place these in order of reference; 3. to receive reports of the Students Advisory Officer, the Superintendent of Degree Examination and the Student Medical Officer, and to exercise general supervision over the constitution of the Students' Union Society; and 4. to report on matters specifically referred to it by Senate, to rule on interpretation of the standing orders of the Senate under review. Membership of the Committee was made up of the Deputy Principal, the Deans and immediate past Deans of each existing faculty, and the Dean of Students.