Policies and Procedures Manual

Chapter 6: College Committees & Advisory Councils

06:40:00   Student Activity Fee Committee

Related Policies and Guidelines

TBR Guideline B-060 Fees, Charges, Refunds, and Fee Adjustments

NeSCC Policy 03:04:00 Student Activity Fee

Purpose

The Student Activity Fee Committee reviews requests and makes recommendations for disbursing funds to student organizations/clubs and advocacy programs. The committee shall be comprised of the following positions:

  1. Vice President for Institutional Excellence and Student Success, Chair, Non-voting
  2. Chair of Cultural Activities Committee
  3. Dean of Enrollment Management and Dean of Students
  4. Director of Student Life, Non-voting
  5. Representatives from Academic Affairs (4): appointed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs
    1. Academic Dean (1)
    2. Faculty (2)
    3. Multi-Campus Programs (1)
  6. Representatives from Student Success (2): appointed by the Vice President for Institutional Excellence and Student Success
    1. Student Success Dean (1)
    2. Staff (1)
  7. Students (2): appointed by the Vice President for Institutional Excellence and Student Success

The committee shall meet no less than one time per year and schedule budget hearings, as needed, for student organizations/clubs and advocacy programs to request funding. The annual request for funding shall be due to the Director of Student Life by April 30. The Director of Student Life will inform the student organizations/clubs and advocacy programs of the requirement and due date. 

Conflict of Interest

Committee members shall acknowledge and disclose any and all conflicts of interest that may arise and will abstain from any vote involving a conflict and/or recuse themselves from the committee if such conflicts of interest exist.

Such conflicts of interest exist when a committee member has direct or indirect supervisory/budgetary authority for or participation in a student organization/club or advocacy program requesting funds or other affiliations (e.g., membership in the organization requesting funds) that create a perception of limited objectivity.



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Divisional Review Responsibilities Checklist: Institutional Excellence and Student Success

Revision History: May 2004; Feb. 2007; Sept. 2011; Nov. 2013; Sept. 2014; Aug. 2015; March 2017; July 2018; Revised July 2019; Revised June 2022