The constitution and governance of the University of Strathclyde is regulated by the Charter, Statutes and Ordinances of the University.
The current version of the Charter and the Statutes are available below.
The Charter defines the objects, powers, officers and statutory bodies of the University. It defines the University as a teaching, research and examining body and includes such fundamental powers as those of awarding degrees.
The Statutes include details about the members of the University, officers of the University, the membership and functions of statutory bodies (including Court and Senate) and other miscellaneous provisions.
The Ordinances give further details on how the University is governed within the general framework of the Charter and Statutes.
The Constitutional Regulations describe the remit and composition of various University committees. They also regulate the academic work of the University, the education and discipline of its students, and such other matters that lie within the functions of Senate.