Regulations for Kellogg College
Council Regulations 10 of 2002
Made by Council on 26 June 2002
1. (1) (a) Kellogg College may present for admission as members of the University the President and any Fellow of Kellogg College, if not a member of any college, society, Permanent Private Hall, or other institution designated by Council by regulation as being permitted to present candidates for matriculation, together with any person admitted to Kellogg College for the purpose of working for (i) a graduate degree course; (ii) the Postgraduate Certificate in Education; (iii) any other graduate university qualification; or (iv) other persons at the discretion of the Governing Body.
(b) In any one year, the college may present no more than six persons in total in categories (iii) and (iv) combined, as defined in paragraph (a) above.
(2) Members of another society or of a college, Permanent Private Hall, or other designated institution may migrate to Kellogg College on assuming the office of President, or on election as Fellow, or on admission as a student under this regulation, subject to the Regulations on Readmission and Migration.
2. (1) The Director of the Department for Continuing Education shall by virtue of his or her office be President of Kellogg College, and he or she shall make available to the Governing Body of Kellogg College accommodation and other facilities on terms approved from time to time by Council.
(2) The directorship shall not be held concurrently with the headship of or a fellowship (other than an Honorary or Emeritus Fellowship) in another society or any college, Permanent Private Hall, or other designated institution.
(3) Council shall be empowered from time to time to designate a member of Congregation as Acting President, with power in the absence or during the sickness of the President, or during a vacancy in the presidency, to undertake all acts which the President is authorised or required to perform.
3. (1) The Governing Body of Kellogg College shall consist of the President and Fellows (other than Emeritus, Honorary, Supernumerary, and Visiting Fellows).
(2) The governing body may from time to time make by-laws which, when approved by Council, shall be binding on all Fellows of Kellogg College.
(3) The governing body shall have full powers (subject to the provisions of these regulations) to do all that may be necessary to administer Kellogg College as a society of the University, subject to the following conditions:
(a) it shall submit a report annually to Council;
(b) it shall submit to Council each Hilary Term estimates of its income and expenditure in respect of the ensuing financial year and shall satisfy Council that no charge will fall on university funds except in so far as may already have been authorised by Council.
4. The governing body shall offer to elect to a Fellowship of Kellogg College every University Lecturer in the Department for Continuing Education whose office is tenable to the retiring age, or who has been appointed for a limited period on the basis that he or she is eligible for reappointment after that period to the retiring age.
5. (1) The governing body may elect to a Fellowship of Kellogg College:
(a) the holders of university appointments who are entitled to fellowships under the provisions of any statute or regulation, or who will become so entitled if their university appointments are confirmed to retiring age; and
(b) any other member of Congregation, so long as the total number of fellows elected under this paragraph shall not exceed one-quarter of the total number of fellows who constitute the governing body.
(2) In no case shall a Fellowship of Kellogg College be held concurrently with the headship of or a fellowship (other than an Honorary or Emeritus Fellowship) in another society or any college, Permanent Private Hall, or other designated institution.
6. The governing body may, in accordance with by-laws approved from time to time by Council under the provisions of regulation 3 (2) above, elect to Emeritus, Honorary, and Visiting Fellowships of Kellogg College and to not more than thirty Supernumerary Fellowships of Kellogg College. The governing body may also elect suitably qualified persons to Junior Research Fellowships and Senior Research Fellowships on terms and conditions determined by the governing body and approved by Council.
7. The governing body may elect to Professorial Fellowships at the college, on terms approved by Council, university professors, university readers, and holders of other university offices which are declared by any university statute or regulation to qualify the holder for a Professorial Fellowship.
8. Any Fellow of Kellogg College who ceases to hold the post by virtue of which he or she was elected to a Fellowship of Kellogg College shall immediately vacate that fellowship.
9. The officers of Kellogg College shall be appointed by the governing body on such terms and conditions as shall be determined by the governing body, subject to the approval of Council.