Statute V: Colleges, Societies, and Permanent Private Halls
(Section 1 is a 'Queen-in-Council' statute – see section 2 (2) of Statute IV.)
Approved with effect from 1 October 2002
1. The following foundations in Oxford for academic study are recognised as colleges of the University:
2. The University may, by statute subject to the approval of Her Majesty in Council, add further foundations to those listed in section 1 of this statute.
3. The University may establish and maintain institutions to be known as societies.
4. The membership and governance of a society and the rights, privileges, and obligations of a society and its officers shall be provided for in regulations.
5. The following are societies of the University:
6. The University may add further institutions to those listed in section 5 of this statute.
Permanent Private Halls
7. The University has granted each of the following institutions the status of Permanent Private Hall of the University:
8. The terms on which the status is granted, and the circumstances in which the status may be revoked or surrendered, are set out in an Agreement between the University and each institution. Revocation other than on the grounds of an institution's insolvency or dissolution shall require the consent of Council and Congregation.
9. The status may be granted to other institutions on similar terms, but only with the consent of Council and Congregation.