Middle Common Room (MCR)
The Middle Common Room (MCR) is the student body of the College and all students automatically become members upon joining the College, unless they elect to opt out. The MCR President and other members of the elected committee represent the students at various College meetings and can be a strong voice for students. The President and Fellows of the College welcome input on the future of the College from the MCR. There are elections to MCR Committee posts in Michaelmas term and in Trinity term.
The MCR organises many and varied social events throughout the year and encourages students to get involved, make suggestions and give feedback about their college experience. The MCR’s social calendar, otherwise known as the Event Card, will be communicated by email and published on their website and their Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/kelloggmcr. The Facebook group also acts as a social hub for students to organise movie nights, pub trips/quizzes, punting, exchange dinners and various other social activities. Photos from major events, such as the Kellogg Ball, are hosted on the MCR Facebook page, www.facebook.com/KelloggMCR.
Under normal circumstances, students are able to use the Richardson Lounge on the ground floor next to the computer room, and the small kitchen behind recption. However, they will remain closed to students during Michaelmas 2020, due to current social distancing and gathering guidelines. The common room space in The Hub may be used when the café is open. Access to The Hub is by University card.
The MCR President for 2020-21 is Sandeep Unwith. You can find details of the full MCR Committee on the College website
Elections for some MCR Committee positions for the academic year 2020/21 will take place in Michaelmas term 2020. Details of these positions can be found on http://kelloggmcr.com/the-committee/. All posts for academic year 2020/21 will be up for election in Trinity term 2021, you will be informed of the election procedures by the Returning Officers. Please come and make your views known and take part. It’s a great way to meet people and influence the history of your College.
A copy of the MCR Constitution is available on request from the MCR President or Secretary.