JCR

Committee

August 9, 2020

The Queens’ College Junior Combination Room (JCR), a.k.a QJCR, is the union of undergraduate students at Queens’ College, Cambridge. It is led by the JCR Committee, elected to collate and express the views of JCR members and enhance the community with social events, welfare initiatives and more, all in accordance with the constitution and policy of the JCR. Facebook Instagram Meet the JCR Committee 2020-2021 Tomos Wood President Hi my name is Tomos.

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Constitution

August 9, 2020

New Constitution The JCR Committee is currently drafting a new JCR constitution in time for the 5-year review in November 2020 required by the 1994 Education Act. JCR Draft Constitution (2021) Consultation Form JCR Constitution (2019-2020) Appendix to the JCR Constitution (2019-2020)

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Newsletter

August 9, 2020

The JCR Newsletter collates all notices sent to the JCR for distribution. Queens’ College JCR reserves the right to choose what notices it shares among students. Newsletter Submission Form Queens’ JCR Newsletter Archive (Coming Soon!)

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QEnts

August 9, 2020

QEnts is made up of undergraduate students and is responsible for putting on events around college for everyone. Led by the QEnts President who also sits on the JCR Committee, they typically organise three ‘bops’ (parties) a term in the Fitzpatrick Hall, along with ‘Bounce’ (a summer party) on Erasmus lawn during Easter Term. Alongside this, smaller events and entertainment is organised and put on throughout term time in Queens’.

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Referenda & Policy

August 9, 2020

Current JCR Policy can be found at this link. Minutes of JCR Committee meetings can be found at this link (Raven login required). JCR Policy will be updated and reviewed alongside the constitutional review in Michaelmas 2020.

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Reports

August 9, 2020

Big QJCR Survey Established in 2019, the Big QJCR Survey is an annual JCR student survey covering all aspects of Queens’ life. Big QJCR Survey 2020 Big QJCR Survey 2019

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