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Rachel, 3rd Year

College Officers

College officers are College Fellows with additional responsibilities.

Photo of the Master

Master

The head of the College chairs the Governing Body. All Full Fellows are, by statute, members of the Governing Body until 30 September in the year in which they reach the age of 70. There are currently 78 members of the Governing Body (11 Full Fellows have reached the age of retirement from the Governing Body).


Vice-Master

Deputises for the Master when necessary and on certain specific occasions.


College Council

A committee of twelve Fellows: The Master; The Vice-Master; The Bursar; The Senior Tutor and eight Fellows elected by the Governing Body, to which the Governing Body delegates much of the formal business of the College. College Committees report to the College Council. Student and Staff Members attend and contribute for part of the Council's meetings. The members of the College Council are the charity trustees.


Senior Tutor

The Senior Tutor has overall responsibility for the education and welfare of Emmanuel students.


Bursar

The Bursar is the senior financial and administrative officer of the College and Executive Officer of the College Council.


Dean/Chaplain


Deputy Praelector


Graduate Tutor


Assistant Graduate Tutor


Tutors for Admissions in Science

Responsible for organising and co-ordinating the selection of students who apply for admission to the College in Science subjects.


Tutors for Admissions in Arts

Responsible for organising and co-ordinating the selection of students who apply for admission to the College in Arts subjects.


Financial Tutor


Tutors

Fellows with particular responsibility for the welfare, well-being and general progress of individual students, year-on-year. Tutors are not specialists in the student’s own subject and will not normally direct studies or supervise the students to whom they are Tutor. Students meet their Tutor at the beginning and the end of each term and at other appropriate times, to talk through general progress; in addition, Tutors are freely available to students throughout their time at the College.


Fellow Librarian


Director of Music


Fellows' Steward


Adviser to Women Students


Fellow Archivist


Auditors of the College Accounts


Development Director


Editors of the College Magazine


Editor of the College Website


Head of Information Systems


Keeper of Rare Books


Curator of the Museum of College Life


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