Who we are and what we do

1.1 LEGAL FRAMEWORK This class contains information relating to how the institution was established and its standing from the point of view of the law.
1.2.1 GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE  This class contains information relating to how the College's management structure is organised and the function and purpose of each part of the management structure.
1.2.2 HOW THE COLLEGE IS ORGANISED This class contains information relating to how the individual units of the College are organised and where each unit fits in the overall structure of the institution.
1.2.3 INFORMATION ON THE INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT
1.2.4 MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE
1.3 LOCATION OF THE COLLEGE
1.4 CONTACT DETAILS
1.5 INFORMATION AND CONTACT DETAILS FOR STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES

1.1 LEGAL FRAMEWORK FORMAT FEE
  Charter of Incorporation  Selwyn College was founded in 1882 in memory of George Augustus Selwyn, Bishop successively of New Zealand and Lichfield. The College was incorporated by Royal Charter on 13th September 1882 and granted the status of a full College of the University of Cambridge on 14th March 1958. Paper (on request) College Website: Charter.pdf £
  'Selwyn College: A History' by W.R.Brock and P.H.M. Cooper. Available from Selwyn College, or by appointment in the College Library. Limited photocopying may be requested. £
  The Education (Listed Bodies) Order 1997 The College is recognised as a constituent college of the University of Cambridge and is authorised under the Education Reform Act 1988 to grant degrees. Available from: The Stationery Office, PO Box 29, St. Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich NR3 1GN and on HMSO website: www.legislation.hmso.gov.uk/acts.htm n/a
  Constitution: The College's present constitution is contained in College Statutes made under the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act 1923 and amended by the Selwyn College Cambridge Act 1988. Paper (on request). College website: statutes.pdf  £ n/a
  University of Cambridge Statutes and Ordinances University Website n/a
1.2.1 GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE FORMAT FEE
  College Statutes. The internal organisation of the College, a description of the functions of the Governing Body and College Council, and the respective rights and duties of Fellows and College Officers are set out in the Statutes. Paper (on request) College website: statutes.pdf £ n/a
  A list of Fellows and Officers of the College is provided at the start of each academic year. Paper (on request) College website: Master and Fellows £ n/a
  Minutes of the unreserved business of Governing Body and College Council meetings. Minutes of reserved business falls under the Data Protection Act 1998. Paper (on request). Available for a retrospective period of two years via the College website: Governing Body and College-Council Minutes £ n/a
1.2.2 HOW THE COLLEGE IS ORGANISED FORMAT FEE
  Organisation chart, setting out management structure and responsibilities within the College. Paper (on request) £ n/a
  The Educational Provision of the Cambridge Colleges  Provides a descriptive account of the role of the Colleges as educational institutions in relation to individual students and to the University. Available from: http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/committee/ seniortutors/guidance/education.pdf n/a
1.2.3 INFORMATION ON THE INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT FORMAT FEE
  College Statutes (See 1.1) Statute 14.2 contains the Fellows' Declaration. Paper (on request) College website: statutes.pdf £ n/a
  University of Cambridge Quality Assurance Gives a brief description of the role of the central and College bodies in quality assurance and enhancement. Available from: http://www.cam.ac.uk/univ/learning/qa.html n/a
  University of Cambridge Learning and Teaching Strategy Available from: http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/reporter/1999-2000/weekly/5805/9.html n/a
1.2.4 MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE FORMAT FEE
  The Staff Handbook, contains details of major organisation units and the roles of Senior Managers. Paper (on request) College website: /college/staff-handbook/ £ n/a
1.3 LOCATION OF THE COLLEGE FORMAT FEE
  The College is located at Grange Road, Cambridge CB3 9DQ College Website: /contact/ £ n/a
1.4 CONTACT DETAILS FORMAT FEE
  Contact details of Administrative Offices and the College Fellowship College Website: /contact/ n/a
1.5 INFORMATION AND CONTACT DETAILS FOR STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES FORMAT FEE
  Information and contact details of the Junior and Middle Combination Rooms http://www-jcr.sel.cam.ac.uk/  http://www-mcr.sel.cam.ac.uk/ n/a