Regulations to the 2009 Statutes (R7.2)
The following Regulations were made at the College Meeting of 3 March 2009 under the authority of Statute S2.4.
|R7.2||(1) (a) Foundation scholarships may be awarded to undergraduate members of the College and shall be tenable until the holder is eligible for the degree of Bachelor of Arts or, if he or she remains or returns into residence, until the date on which the holder is eligible for the degree of Master of Arts.
(b) College scholarships may be awarded to undergraduate members of the College at the end of the first year of residence and shall be tenable for one year only.
(c) Graduate scholarships may be awarded to students joining the College in order to undertake study for postgraduate degrees. Such scholarships may be awarded for one or more years not extending beyond the date on which the student ceases to be in residence.
(d) The holders of a scholarship, exhibition or studentship shall be entitled to receive such emoluments as the Society may from time to time determine.
(e) Undergraduate scholars shall be entitled, on the occurrence of a vacancy, to rooms in College but shall pay rent.
(2) When it is proposed to deprive a Scholar or exhibitioner of his or her award, the Senior Tutor shall inform the person affected at least ten working days before the meeting of the Society. The Senior Tutor shall set out in writing the reasons justifying the removal of the award and informing the person affected of his or her right to make representations orally or in writing to the Society and to be accompanied by a person of his or her choosing.