The Council Appeals Committee is a Committee
of Council responsible for hearing appeals
from students who have been expelled from the University by Senate
in accordance with Section 19.32 of the Statutes. The decision of
the Committee is final.
Secretary to the Committee: If you would like further information about the Council Appeals Committee, please contact Colette Milner (ext 3075, email email@example.com).
The terms of office expire on 31st July in the year stated.
|Dr M Hipkins||Member of Council, elected by Council||2015|
|Mr T Sheppard||Member of Council, elected by Council||2014|
|Mrs R Foreman||Member of Council, elected by Council||2013|
|Dr M Hejmadi||Member of Council & Senate, elected by Council||2015|
|Dr F Laughton||Member of Council & Senate, elected by Council||2013|
|Professor J Knight||Member of Council & Senate, elected by Council||2014|
- No person who is a member of the Disciplinary Committee of Senate, or the Senate Appeals Committee, may serve on the Council Appeals Committee.
The following Officer routinely attends meetings of the Committee:
|Mr M Humphriss||University Secretary|
Terms of Reference
Approved by Privy Council 1966, Revised by Council 25th June 1971.
A student whom, in accordance with Section 19.32 of the Statutes, it is proposed should be expelled from the University may appeal to the Council Appeals Committee, which shall hear the student in person and the decision of which shall be final. (Section 27.2 of the Statutes refers.) The Council Appeals Committee may ratify or revoke the proposal to expel the student. (Section 27.5(ii) of the Statutes refers.)
Dates of Meetings
The Committee will be convened as required in accordance with Section 27.4 of the Statutes.
The minutes and summaries of meetings of the Council Appeals Committee are not published here because they contain information which the University has declared will not be routinely published under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. Further information about the Act (including the reasons why such information is exempt from publication) is available at http://www.bath.ac.uk/foi/faqs-staff-general.htm. If you have any queries about the business conducted by the Committee, please contact Colette Milner (ext 3075, email firstname.lastname@example.org).
Procedure for hearing: See Section 27 of the Statutes, Regulations
7 and 8, Council Standing Order 20 (approved by Council in February
1974, revised 26th June 1998, and 22nd October 2009).
Appointment of Chair: See Council Standing Order 20(v).
Co-option: See Council Standing Orders 16(iv) and 16(v).
Alternates: See Council Standing Order 17(iii) to (vi).
Quorum: One third of the membership (Council Standing Order 16(vi)).
Rules for voting: See Council Standing Order 20(xx).
Minutes: Submitted to Council.