The governing body of St Augustine’s is its Council of Reference. All our sponsoring dioceses are represented among the Council. Student and Staff representatives are also among the Council members. A Board of Trustees serves as the Council’s executive committee. The Chair of both Council and the Board of Trustees is the Rev. Jonathan Croucher.
The Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees is the College’s governing body. It is ultimately responsible for everything that happens at the College and for meeting its statutory purpose. The board does not manage the College; rather its job is to ensure the College is managed the way it wishes to be. The Board does this by agreeing a strategy and holding the Principal and staff to account for its delivery.
There are a minimum of 6 Trustees on the Board and they come from a variety of backgrounds from education to ministry. All Trustees are appointed by the Council for an initial term of three years and are eligible to re-stand.
The Board of Trustees normally meets six times a year, including visits to the College’s centres.
Rev. Dr. Alan P. R. Gregory was appointed Principal in May 2014.