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Town hall consultations on UCL's Charter and Statutes

15 November 2017

UCL is applying for university status Council agreed at its meeting on October 25 2017 to instigate the process of applying for university status for UCL, while enabling it to remain a member institution of University of London.

Portico statue As a result, a number of changes will need to be made to UCL's Charter and Statues to support this change in status.

Consultation on other potential changes to the Charter and Statutes

As part of this process, the opportunity is being taken to consider whether it is appropriate to make some further changes to UCL's Charter and Statutes. In response to a suggestion from Academic Board, a consultation process is being led by the Registrar and Secretary to Council, Wendy Appleby, on possible changes that could be made to the Charter and Statutes.

Town hall sessions

As part of this consultation a series of town hall sessions have been organised to support input and discussion of potential amendments. If you are interested in inputting into this consultation please book onto one of the town hall session.  We welcome your contributions and input.

• Monday 20 November 2017, 1.30-2.30pm (Room M2, School of Pharmacy) - Book Here
• Tuesday 21 November 2017, 10-11am (Room 422, Roberts Building) - Book Here
• Friday 24 November 2017, 10.30-11.30am (Room B02, Chandler House) - Book Here
• Friday 1 December 2017, 11am-12pm (Elvin Hall, IOE) - Book Here

Anne Marie O'Mullane, Governance & Secretariat Manager, Assistant Secretary to Council, Academic Services