The University of Salford was granted the status of an exempt charity by a Statutory Instrument passed in May 1967.
As an exempt charity under the terms of the Charities Act,2006 the University has due regard to the Charity Commission’s guidance on the reporting of public benefit, and particularly to its supplementary guidance on the advancement of education, in accordance with the requirements of the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) as the principal regulator of English higher education institutions under the Charities Act 2006.
Key information relating to the University's charitable status can be accessed through the links below:
The University of Salford
|Lord Keith Bradley (Chair)||January 2018|
|Sean O'Hara (Deputy Chair)||August 2014|
|Prof Dame Sue Bailey||August 2018|
|Dr Tony Coombs||January 2018|
|Phil Cusack||September 2015|
|Garry Dowdle||August 2014|
|Andrea Dunstan||January 2018|
|Ben Gallop||September 2015|
|Merlyn Lowther||August 2018|
|Councillor John Merry||November 2017|
|Ian Moston||September 2015|
|Dr Priscilla Nkwenti||January 2018|
|Sam Plant||September 2015|
|Prof Susan Price CBE||September 2015|
|Tom Russell||October 2013|
|Helen Taylor||January 2018|
|Prof Helen Marshall||January 2015|
|Ms Amina Helal||October 2013|
|Prof Sheila Pankhurst||September 2017|
|Prof Margaret Rowe||December 2016|
|Kobby Ofori||August 2018|
|Emily Voss-Bevan||September 2017|
Further information about individual members is available on the Council Biographies page.
Queries regarding Council should be directed to its Secretary, Elaine Pateman Salt, Corporate Governance Manager, Quality and Enhancement Office, Room G06, Crescent House, email E.S.PatemanSalt@salford.ac.uk, telephone 0161 295 9005.