Book Now for the 2018 ‘eleventieth’ anniversary dinner! Prices rise at 11pm on Friday 2 February and close completely no later than 12noon Thursday 15 February. The ‘eleventieth’ anniversary dinner (110th) will be held on Tuesday 27 February at the House of Lords. If you would like to express interest, please email the RCSA Secretariat with your details and if you would book as a group. Tickets close at 12noon Thursday 15 February or earlier if we (as likely) sell out! Details of the honoured guests and invited speakers to be announced 22 January.
For current and new members of the RCSA, and those who join the RCSA before 2 December (the date of the anniversary dinner of The ’22 Club), you will receive £10 off the cost of the ticket. Full details are on the RSVP booking page of the anniversary dinner.
I would like to invite you to come along to some or all of the first Convention of the RCS “family”. In our draft strategy being presented at the RCSA AGM, I am seeking to foster stronger connections between our natural friends, allies and champions from across the University – the faculty staff, our student clubs and organisations, the Imperial College Alumni Department, alumni generally and create or re-establish links between us all. So, as an RCSA member, if you have time to pop along at some point in the afternoon or evening, there is a good networking opportunity. I would be grateful if you could indicate which parts of the day you would like to attend by registering here. There is also a general overview of the day there too. The event is informal all the way until the AGM formal meeting itself, I believe it will bring the start of new and exciting connections from across Imperial College London. From 2:30pm in the Seminar & Learning Centre (SALC) room 2, there is a (limited) buffet working lunch. The room only can accommodate 16 but I am keeping my options open should we have a surge in registrations and […]
The papers for the AGM and supporting documentation, including for the short post-AGM Committee meeting to appoint sub-committees and members to the Board of Management of the Charitable Trust can be read and viewed here. RCSA Rules updated September 2017 Details of the 2017 AGM: The AGM was held on 14 September at Imperial College Union, Beit Quad. In our draft strategy presented at the RCSA AGM, we sought to foster stronger connections between our natural friends, allies and champions from across the University – the faculty staff, our student clubs and organisations, the Imperial College Alumni Department, alumni generally and create or re-establish links between us all. AGM Papers and Helpful Documents Agenda, Minutes, Rule Amendments and Resolutions Strategy to 2022 RCSA Rules updated September 2017 (approved by AGM) Charitable Trust Deed (1990) and Deed Supplemental (2005) ICO Registration Entry Details Bye-Law on Data Protection Bye-Law on Expenditure Bye-Law on Distance Voting Bye-Law on Membership Fees 170914 03 – Bank Mandate 170914 E16 – Sparkes Cup support request to committee 20170613 170914 E05 – Committee Minutes 14-06-16 Other news of interest: We will soon activate a way that you can request a replacement (or new) membership card. The RCSA […]
The Revival of the Sparkes Cup – Saturday 24th June 2017 at Rosslyn Park RCSU vs. CGCU vs. RSMU Free beer. Free food. Rugby. The intercollegiate rugby tournament first kicked off in 1950 and will return this week. Thanks to the RCSA and RSMA the event is completely free – beverages and a BBQ will be provided, as well as transport to and from for the first 76 people. All are welcome to play or spectate. Day Plan: 8:30 – Meet at Famous 3 Kings, North End Road to watch the Lions vs All Blacks (optional) 11:00 – Bus departs from Famous 3 Kings to Rosslyn Park 12:00 – Games get underway 12-4pm – Beers/Food served throughout 4pm – Bus heads back to the Union Check the event here.
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