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3.1 INFORMATION ON STUDENT ADMISSION, PROGRESSION AND COMPLETION This class includes information on procedures and relevant statistics, and information relating to the admission/registration of new students, including policies and procedures covering the assessment of external qualifications, the creation of student records, the coordination of student funding arrangements and the division of responsibilities between central registry or equivalent and college/school/faculty staff.
3.2 STUDENT ADMINISTRATION AND ACCOMMODATION This class includes information relating to all areas of the maintenance of individual student records, including policies and procedures covering the management of the student records system itself, and the division of responsibilities between central registry staff, school/faculty/college staff and the students themselves.
3.3 STUDENT DISCIPLINE This class includes information relating to the conduct of disciplinary proceedings against students.
3.4 STUDENT LEARNING SUPPORT SERVICES This class includes information on student support services from an academic and learning perspective, particularly those not covered under Information Services. This will also appear in the Student Handbook and Prospectus in some form.
3.5 STUDENT LIAISON AND POLICIES This class includes information relating to the structure and functioning of staff/student consultative committees or other liaison groups.
3.6 STUDENT WELFARE

3.1 INFORMATION ON STUDENT ADMISSION, PROGRESSION AND COMPLETION FORMAT FEE
  College Admissions Prospectus. Paper (on request) College website: https://www.sel.cam.ac.uk/ prospective-students/ £ n/a
  Data on student admissions, background and progression are published by the University. For example, statistics for students for the whole University, with comparisons from 1968 through to 2008, are published in the Cambridge University Reporter. See Special No 4, 9thOctober 2008,Vol. CXXXIX Available from the Cambridge University Reporter at: http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/ reporter/ or in paper form from the University Press Bookshop, Trinity Street, CB215Z n/a
  University of Cambridge: Student Records and Statistics Office Available from: http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/ offices/students/intro.html 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, and includes general information on their responsibilities for admissions and the administration of a student's progress from matriculation to graduation. Available from: http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/ committee/seniortutors/ guidance/education.pdf n/a
  Information on courses for undergraduates and graduates, admission requirements, how to apply, and costs is contained in the Admissions Prospectus. Paper (on request) Available on College website: College website £ n/a
  Cambridge University Undergraduate Prospectus provides further information on courses offered and admissions policies. Available from: http://www.cam.ac.uk/ cambuniv/ugprospectus/ Paper copy available from: Cambridge Admissions Office, Kellet Lodge, Tennis Court Road, Cambridge.£ CB2 1QJ n/a
  Cambridge University Graduate Prospectus provides further information on courses offered and admissions policies. Available from: http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/ univ/gsprospectus/Paper copy available from: Admissions Office, The Board of Graduate Studies, PO Box 338, Cambridge, CB2 1YP n/a
  Brochure: 'Financing Your Course' Paper (on request) College website £ n/a
3.2 STUDENT ADMINISTRATION AND ACCOMMODATION FORMAT FEE
  College Policy Statement on Data Protection Act 1998. Paper (on request) College website: Data Protection Policy £ n/a
  Information on student accommodation, including rooms and lodgings, allocation, rents, vacations and security are available in the Undergraduate and Accommodation Handbook Paper (on request) College website: £ n/a
3.3 STUDENT DISCIPLINE FORMAT FEE
  The Undergraduate and Graduate Student Guides provide advice and information to students on a wide range of issues. They include regulations concerning student discipline issued by the College, and the procedures for making complaints and raising concerns. Paper (on request) College website Graduate Undergraduate £ n/a
3.4 STUDENT LEARNING SUPPORT SERVICES FORMAT FEE
  The Undergraduate and Graduate Student Guides provide advice and information to students on a wide range of issues including 'Personal Development Planning' Paper (on request) College website Graduate Undergraduate 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, and includes general information on their role in relation to the academic progress and welfare of their students. Available from: http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/ committee/seniortutors/ guidance/education.pdf n/a
  Information on support offered by College tutors is contained in the Undergraduate and Graduate Student Guides. Paper (on request) College website Graduate Undergraduate £ n/a
  University of Cambridge Senior Tutors' Committee: information on personal development and careers, funding; guidelines and good practice papers on Directors of Studies, Tutors, Tutorial Provision, special needs and disability Available from: http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/committee/ seniortutors/ n/a
  University of Cambridge Disability Resource Centre Available from: http://www.cam.ac.uk/ cambuniv/disability/ n/a
  University Careers Service Information available at:http://www.careers.cam.ac.uk/ n/a
3.5 STUDENT LIAISON AND POLICIES FORMAT FEE
  Minutes of the unreserved business of the College Council and Governing Body contain records of meetings to which student representatives serve. (Minutes from reserved business fall under the Data Protection Act 1998). Paper (on request) College website (for a retrospective period of two years): College Council and Governing Body £ n/a
  The Undergraduate and Graduate Student Guides provide information on gate hours and guests, use of domestic facilities, parties and use of public rooms, meals and food served in College, motor vehicles and bicycles, fees and accounts. Paper (on request) College website Graduate Undergraduate £ n/a
3.6 STUDENT WELFARE FORMAT FEE
  The Undergraduate and Graduate Student Guides provide information on a range of welfare services available to students, including where students may find support, health and safety policy and medical services and facilities (including counselling service), careers advisory service, sports and recreational facilities, including the Student Union and College clubs, and the Chapel. Paper (on request) College website Graduate Undergraduate £ n/a
  JCR and MCR student websites include information on sports and societies, the JCR, the MCR. (Note that editorial responsibility for these pages lies exclusively with the student groups concerned and is not controlled by the College). JCR: http://www-jcr.sel.cam.ac.uk/ MCR: http://www-mcr.sel.cam.ac.uk/ n/a
  College Chapel website Paper (on request) https://www.sel.cam.ac.uk/selwyn-college/chapel-choir/ £ n/a
  Information on financial support for students is contained in the Undergraduate and Graduate Student Guides. Paper (on request)College website Graduate Undergraduate £ n/a
  University Counselling Service Available from: http://www.counselling. cam.ac.uk/ n/a
  Linkline Available from: http://www.counselling. cam.ac.uk/ n/a
  University of Cambridge Senior Tutors' Committee: information and guidelines on welfare, including counselling, special needs and disability and race equality. Available from: http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/ committee/seniortutors/ n/a
  The JCR and MCR websites contain information relating to student clubs and associations. JCR: http://www-jcr.sel.cam.ac.uk/ MCR: http://www-mcr.sel.cam.ac.uk/ n/a