Honorary Fellowship nomination procedure.
The Honorary Fellowship of the University shall not be conferred upon any person who holds an Honorary Degree of the University but the conferment by the University of a degree other than an Honorary Degree, or the award of a diploma or certificate, shall not disqualify that person from receiving the Honorary Fellowship of the University.
The Honorary Fellowship shall not be conferred upon a person on the payroll of the University save, exceptionally, in recognition of long service or outstanding contribution.
No application from any person desirous of receiving the Honorary Fellowship of the University shall be entertained.
The Honorary Degrees Committee, appointed annually by Senatus, is also responsible for the selection of persons to be recommended to Senatus for the conferment of the Honorary Fellowship of the University.
Nominations should be in the following form:
(a) a completed nomination form
(b) an introductory statement setting forth the principal grounds on which the recommendation is based;
(c) a chronological, narrative account of the nominee’s life and work drawing particular attention to his/her contributions to the University or other achievements.