8 CRR-NY 341.5NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 8. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
CHAPTER V. STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
SUBCHAPTER B. POLICIES OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
PART 341. STUDENT ASSEMBLY
TITLE B—MEMBERSHIP IN THE ASSEMBLY
8 CRR-NY 341.5
8 CRR-NY 341.5
341.5 Representatives from member institutions.
(a) Each member institution of the student assembly shall have one representative for each full-time 4,000 equivalent students or fraction thereof. For the purpose of this section, full-time equivalent students shall be the number of full-time equivalent students in attendance at a member institution during the fall semester of the previous calendar year, as determined by State University.
(b) The first representative of each member institution shall be that institution's student government president. Additional representatives from member institutions, which exceed the 4,000 FTE base enrollment, shall be duly elected annually from among and by the students of that institution through a campus-wide election in accordance with procedures promulgated by the campus student government body. In the case of the statutory colleges, representatives must be statutory college students elected in accordance with procedures promulgated by the campus' student government body.
(c) In cases where multiple student governments exist, the first representative shall be elected from among the student government presidents according to a campus election procedure adopted by written agreement of the campus student governments; in the absence of such an election, the president of the student government representing the greatest number of FTE students will be the first campus representative to the student assembly.
(d) Each member institution shall designate the officers next in line of succession to the student government president. Each designee may serve as an alternate for any representative of the member institution who is not able to attend a student assembly meeting.
8 CRR-NY 341.5
Current through July 31, 2018
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