Our undergraduate community

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The Junior Common Room (JCR) is the formal undergraduate student organisation of the College. The term JCR refers to both the communal social areas in College allocated for undergraduates, as well as the undergraduate body as a whole, which numbers around 400 students at St Hugh’s.

The JCR is run by an annually elected committee who are responsible for representing JCR views to Governing Body and College Officers. The committee hold fortnightly JCR meetings, run by an independent chair, and open to the whole JCR community who can attend to question the committee and pass motions mandating the committee to act on their behalf.

The JCR is also the social hub of undergraduate life, arranging entertainments, parties and cultural activities; it also helps allocate funds to the sports and other clubs within College, and provides welfare support through appropriate JCR Officers.


 JCR Committee 2019/20

JCR President Michael Bakare (BA PPE)
Vice-President Alice Gadsby (BA Classic)
Secretary Aditya Dabral (BA English)
Treasurer Tessa Wilkinson (BA Economics & Management)
Access Zaynab Sarguroh (BA law)
Male and Minority Genders (MMG)
Welfare and Equal Opportunities
Ollie Jakes (BA History & English)
Women and Trans-feminine Identities (WTI)
Welfare and Equal Opportunities
Madeleine Wright (BA History)
LGBTQ+  Marcus Ham (BA German & Arabic)
International Mika-Erik Moeser (BA PPE)
Entz (Social Secretary) Jacob Cowland (BA Medical Sciences); Patrick Robinson (BA Medical Sciences)
Environment and Ethics  Annie Liddell (BA Human Sciences)
Charities & Community Rosie Pitcher  (BA Human Sciences)
Sports & Societies Dan Johnston (BA Engineering)
Director of Digital Operations James Mason (BA Engineering)
Freshers’ Rep Zaynab Sarguroh (BA Law)
Freshers’ Welfare Rep Connor Fitchett (BA Maths)
Careers & Academic Affairs Sasha Mills (BA English)
BAME Rep

Disabled Rep

Iris-Mae Morse (BA Medical Sciences)

Jenny Wang (BA Medical Sciences)

For more information please see the JCR’s website.


 

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