8 CRR-NY 3.12NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 8. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
CHAPTER I. RULES OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS
PART 3. UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK; STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
8 CRR-NY 3.12
8 CRR-NY 3.12
3.12 Councils.
(a) The commissioner with the approval of the Regents shall appoint the following councils. These councils shall serve as advisory bodies with which the officers of the department may consult regarding any matters involving institutions in the University or registered in the department.
(1) Financial assistance to college students, 12 members. The terms of the members of the first council on financial assistance to college students shall be so arranged that the terms of two members shall expire on September 30, 1962, the terms of two on September 30, 1963, the terms of three on September 30, 1964, the terms of two on September 30, 1965 and the terms of two on September 30, 1966. Thereafter members shall be appointed to serve for a term of five years beginning with the first day of October next following the ending of the term to which each, respectively, is to succeed, except that an appointment to fill a vacancy created otherwise than by the expiration of a term shall be for the unexpired term. The executive director of the New York Higher Education Assistance Corporation shall be an ex officio member of the council.
(2) Historic sites, 5 members. The terms of the members of the first council on historic sites shall be so arranged that the term of one member shall expire on September 30, 1955, the term of one on September 30, 1956, the term of one on September 30, 1957, the term of one on September 30, 1958 and the term of one on September 30, 1959. Thereafter one member shall be appointed yearly to serve for a term of five years beginning with the first day of October next following the ending of the term to which each, respectively, is to succeed, except that an appointment to fill a vacancy created otherwise than by the expiration of a term shall be for the unexpired term.
(3) Library, 15 members. All members shall be appointed to serve for a term of five years beginning with the first day of October next following the ending of the term to which each, respectively, is to succeed, except that an appointment to fill a vacancy created otherwise than by the expiration of a term shall be for the unexpired term.
(4) Museum, 15 members. One member shall be appointed yearly to serve for a term of five years beginning with the first day of October next following the ending of the term to which each, respectively, is to succeed, except that an appointment to fill a vacancy created otherwise than by the expiration of a term shall be for the unexpired term.
(5) [Reserved]
(6) Adult education, 12 members. The terms of the members of the first council on adult education shall be so arranged that the terms of four members shall expire on September 30, 1959, the terms of four on September 30, 1960 and the terms of four on September 30, 1961. Thereafter members shall be appointed to serve for a term of three years beginning with the first day of October next following the ending of the term to which each, respectively, is to succeed, except that an appointment to fill a vacancy created otherwise than by the expiration of a term shall be for the unexpired term.
(b) The deans or other chief executive officers of the architectural, engineering, medical, dental, pharmacy, physiotherapy and veterinary medical schools shall, respectively, act as similar councils for architectural, engineering, medical, dental, pharmacy, physiotherapy and veterinary medical interests.
(c) Regents advisory council on educational television, not more than 15 members.
(1) The commissioner with the approval of the Regents shall appoint the members and the chairman of a Regents advisory council on educational television. The purpose of the council on television will be to advise the department and the Regents in formulating basic policy governing the development of educational television.
(2) The terms of one third of the members of the first council on educational television shall expire on September 30, 1965, the terms of one-third on September 30, 1966, and the remaining terms on September 30, 1967. Thereafter, members shall be appointed for a term of three years beginning with the first day of October next following the ending of the term to which each, respectively, is to succeed, except that an appointment to fill a vacancy created otherwise than by the expiration of a term shall be for the unexpired term. The terms of the members of said council shall be so arranged that as nearly as possible an equal number of terms shall expire each year.
(d) Regents advisory council on institutional accreditation.
(1) The purpose of the Regents advisory council on institutional accreditation is to review applications for accreditation and renewal of accreditation pursuant to Part 4 of this Title, and such other matters as the department may ask it to review, and make recommendations to the Regents and the commissioner based upon its review. It also shall advise the department on institutional accreditation procedures, standards, and policies.
(2) The council shall consist of a minimum of nine voting members and one nonvoting member, ex officio. The commissioner shall appoint the voting members of the council and shall designate one of the members to be its chair. At least seven voting members shall be educators practicing in New York State. Of this number, at least two shall have experience as senior administrators in degree-granting institutions; at least two shall have experience as full-time faculty members in degree-granting institutions and at least one shall be a full-time faculty member at the time of appointment. At least two other voting members or one-seventh of the total voting members of the council, whichever is greater, shall be representatives of the public. Representatives of the public shall mean a person who is not an employee, member of the governing board, owner, or shareholder of, or consultant to, an institution or program that is accredited by the commissioner and the Board of Regents or has applied for accreditation; a member of any trade association or membership organization related to, affiliated with, or associated with the commissioner or the Board of Regents; or a spouse, parent, child, or sibling of an individual identified above. The nonvoting member shall be the Deputy Commissioner for Higher Education of the State Education Department, ex officio. Three of the initial voting members shall be appointed for terms not to exceed one year, three shall be appointed to terms of two years and three shall be appointed for three-year terms. Thereafter, all voting members shall be appointed for three-year terms.
(e) Institutional accreditation appeals board.
(1) The purpose of the institutional accreditation appeals board is to review and decide appeals from an institution(s) of an adverse accreditation action(s) or probationary accreditation decision(s) of the Board of Regents pursuant to the procedures outlined in section 4-1.5 of this Title.
(2) The commissioner shall appoint a minimum of five voting members to the appeals board and shall designate one member to be its chair. Of this number, at least one shall have experience as a senior administrator in a degree-granting institution; at least two shall have experience as a full-time faculty member in a degree-granting institution and at least one shall be a full-time faculty member at the time of appointment. At least one other voting member or one-seventh of the total voting members of the board, whichever is greater, shall be a representative(s) of the public. Representatives of the public shall mean a person who is not an employee, member of the governing board, owner, or shareholder of, or consultant to, an institution or program that is accredited by the commissioner and the Board of Regents or has applied for accreditation; a member of any trade association or membership organization related to, affiliated with, or associated with the commissioner or the Board of Regents; or a spouse, parent, child, or sibling of an individual identified above. The commissioner, members of the Board of Regents and members of the Regents advisory council on institutional accreditation may not serve as members of the institutional accreditation appeals board. Three of the initial voting members shall be appointed for terms not to exceed one year and two shall be appointed to terms of two years. Thereafter, all voting members shall be appointed for three-year terms. Members of the institutional accreditation appeals board shall be subject to the conflict of interest policies set forth in section 74 of the Public Officers Law.
8 CRR-NY 3.12
Current through May 31, 2020
End of Document© 2021 Thomson Reuters. No claim to original U.S. Government Works.