University committees are a core component of the University's governance structure and decision-making processes. In addition to ensuring decisions are fully considered and formally recorded, they are used for consultation and communication, both internally and externally.
Committees draw members from across the University, continuing to make a key contribution to collegiality at Loughborough, and are essential for the effective handling of much University business.
Discussing issues and making decisions through committees ensures that the University is operating transparently and is accountable for its activities. In appropriate circumstances, to support speedy handling of business, certain committee powers have been delegated to individual officers
- Council and Senate
- Joint Committees
- Other groups
Committees of Senate
- Arts Committee
- Learning and Teaching Committee
- Prizes Committee
- Research Committee
- Sport Committee
- Student Discipline Committee
Committees of Council
Joint Committees of Council and Senate
These committees consist of members of both Council and Senate and report to both senior committees. They typically deal with strategic and operational matters which cover both academic and non-academic spheres.
- Advancement Committee
- Enterprise Committee
- Estates Management Committee
- Ethics Committee
- Finance Committee
- Health, Safety and Environment Committee
- Honorary Degrees and University Medals Committee
- Human Resources Committee
- Academic and Related Staff Negotiating Sub-Committee
- Clerical and Manual Staff Consultative Sub-Committee
- Technical Staff Negotiating Sub-Committee
- Joint Negotiation and Consultative Committee
- Academic Staff Probation Monitoring Group A
- Academic Staff Probational Monitoring Group B
- Promotions Committee A
- Promotions Committee B
- Reward Committee A
- Reward Committee B
- Reward Committee C
- Personal Titles Sub-Committee
- Information Technology and Governance Committee
- Operations Committee
Other groups, teams and working parties
The following are not formal University committees, but perform important functions. There are many more groups within the University, but the ones below have chosen to publish information online.
Information and resources for committees which have been discontinued (either through merging with another group or ceasing to be relevant) can be found in the Discontinued Committees section.