The Corporation

Becoming a Governor

With over 15,000 students spanning a range of courses and modes of attendance, the College is always pleased to hear from individuals whose experience, skills and commitment can help the College to develop its aim to provide the best learning experience possible for its students. A brief profile of our current Governors can be found on the Governors page of the College website.

College Corporation

The governing body of the College is known as the City College Norwich Corporation. The Corporation of the College is an independent legal body which comprises up to seventeen members who are drawn mainly from business and the local community as well as from the staff and students at the College. Governors are appointed by Transforming Education in Norfolk TEN, which is the parent undertaking of the Corporation. Additionally, the Principal serves as a Governor, whilst the staff and student governors are elected by their respective bodies.

Corporation documentation

In the interests of openness and accountability, copies of approved Corporation and committee minutes are available below.

College Governors

The Corporation of City College Norwich consists of up to 17 Governor members. The College Governors serve in a voluntary capacity for initially a period of four years although often go on to be involved with the college over a much longer period. The current Governors of the College are: