STATE BOARD FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION
College Advisory Council
APPROVED: July 14, 1988
EFFECTIVE: July 14, 1988
REPEALED: September 14, 2000
READOPTED: August 25, 2001
REFERENCES: C.R.S. 23-60-206
/ Joe D. May /
Joe D. May
There shall be at each state system community and junior college a college advisory council.
The purposes of the college advisory councils are:
This policy applies to all state system community colleges.
The Board will receive advice from the college advisory council in the following manner:
The college advisory council shall be structured in accordance with statutory requirements, and the membership shall be representative of the diverse constituencies within the College’s service area.
In consultation with the System president and the advisory council, the college president will establish criteria for advisory council membership which meet statutory requirements as are appropriate to institutional needs.
The college president shall determine the method for soliciting nominations from within the service area and for screening nominees against the established criteria. The president shall recommend through the system president to the Board one or more names for each council vacancy.
Advisory council members may not be appointed for more than two consecutive full terms. Appointments to fill vacancies arising during the term shall not be counted.
A member of a college advisory council may be removed from the Council during his/her term for the following reasons:
Pursuant to statute, the advisory council is required to hold four meetings per year. Additional meetings may be called by the college president. Advisory council members shall be paid per diem in accordance with the statute for attendance at all such meetings. Agendas for meetings will be established by the college president.
The college advisory council in consultation with the college president may, but is not required to, establish bylaws governing council operations provided that they are consistent with this policy and are not in conflict with statute, Board or System policies, or State Fiscal Rules.
The System president shall promulgate procedures necessary for implementation of this policy.