Sac State University Policy Manual
Associated Students Children's Center Advisory Council

Policy Administrator: Vice President for Student Affairs
Authority: 
Effective Date: July 28, 1999
Updated:  July 1, 2007
Cross References:

Policy File Number:  STU-0106

ASSOCIATED STUDENTS CHILDREN’S CENTER ADVISORY COUNCIL

  • Policy Statement

 

The Associated Students Children’s Center Advisory Council exists to: advise on Children’s Center program operation, including but not limited to, pedagogical and educational philosophy, parent fee structure, and operating policies and procedures; advise on long range planning including expansion of services and changes in services and staff; participate as requested or required in any evaluation performed by an outside entity, particularly the California Department of Education, Child Development Division.

 

  • Procedure

 

  • Council Structure:

 

Voting Members:

 

  • Three (3) Student Parents to be elected by majority vote of Children’s Center parents.

 

        • Term:            1 position – 1 academic year
     

1 position – 1 ½ academic year

1 position – 2 ½ academic years

 

  • Faculty/Staff Parent to be elected by majority vote of Children’s Center Parents.

 

        • Term:           1 academic year

     

    • Member of Associated Students Board of Directors appointed by ASI President.

     

        • Term:           Maximum 2 semesters concurrent with term of appointing ASI President.

     

    • Children’s Center Staff Member (excluding Director) elected by majority vote of full-time, regular staff.

     

        • Term:           1 academic year

     

    • Vice President for Student Affairs or designee.

     

        • Term:           2 academic years; renewable subject to recommendation of Vice President Ex-Officio Staff – ASI Children’s Center Director and ASI Executive Director

     

    A minimum of two (2) voting members shall not have children currently enrolled in the Children’s Center.

     

     

     

    Approved by Alexander Gonzalez, President

    October 2, 2008