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Council Regulations 15 of 2002

Made by Council on 26 June 2002

Other Committees

Part 32: Student Health and Welfare Subcommittee of the Education Committee

Made by Council on 30 July 2009

Amended on 8 December 2011 and 8 August 2014 (Gazette, Vol. 144, p. 608-611, 24 July 2014)

Renumbered on 28 July 2011 and 13 October 2011

32.1. The Student Health and Welfare Subcommittee of the Education Committee shall consist of:

(1) a chair appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Education Committee;

(2) the Assessor;

(3) the Director of Student Welfare and Support Services;

(4) a Senior Tutor elected by the Conference of Colleges;

(5) a Tutor for Graduates elected by the Conference of Colleges;

(6) a person elected by the Conference of Colleges;

(7) a College Nurse appointed by the Association of College Nurses;

(8) the Head of the Disability Advisory Service;

(9) an individual elected by the Association of Oxford College Medical Officers;

(10) the Vice-President (Welfare and Equal Opportunities), Oxford University Student Union;

(11) the Head of the Student Counselling Service or his or her nominee.

32.2. Elected or appointed members shall hold office for a period of two years and shall be eligible to serve for a total period of six years.

32.3. The subcommittee shall report to the Education Committee and shall meet not less than three times a year, normally at least once in each term.

32.4. With the approval of the Education Committee on each occasion, the subcommittee may co-opt up to two additional members who shall hold office for one year and shall be eligible to serve for a total period of four years.

32.5. The committee shall be responsible to the Education Committee for advice on the following matters:

(1) the provision of arrangements for the health of students based on the college doctor system;

(2) student disability issues;

(3) the raising of awareness of health and welfare issues within the collegiate University;

(4) any other matters relating to the collective health and welfare of students within the collegiate University.