8 CRR-NY 341.18NY-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 D—ORGANIZATION
8 CRR-NY 341.18
8 CRR-NY 341.18
341.18 Executive committee.
(a) There shall be an executive committee of the student assembly to conduct necessary business between meetings of the student assembly and other matters as prescribed by this Part or the bylaws. The executive committee shall include the officers of the student assembly and the designated number of representatives from the following: three representatives from the doctoral degree granting institutions (under-graduate division); three representatives from the university colleges; two representatives from the colleges of technology, agriculture and technology, and Statutory colleges; two representatives from the graduate division of the doctoral degree granting institutions; six representatives from the community colleges and one nonvoting student representative from each standing committee. In order to serve as a member of the executive committee, an individual must be a student at a State University of New York campus and must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher.
(b) The members of the executive committee shall be elected by and from among the representatives of the designated constituencies according to procedures outlined in the bylaws. Each designated constituency shall elect from among its representatives alternate(s) to serve in the absence of its representative(s) to the executive committee.
(c) Meetings.
Meetings of the executive committee are to be determined by its members with the requirement that all meeting notices required of the student assembly meetings be followed except for the time of notification which will be seven days for executive committee meetings. The president of the student assembly shall serve as the presiding officer of the executive committee.
(d) Institutional classification.
The student assembly is empowered, via its bylaws, to, as necessary, classify member institutions for representation on the executive committee in accordance with the history and mission of each individual institution.
8 CRR-NY 341.18
Current through June 20, 2018
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