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Subchapter 2.5. Extended Opportunity Programs And Services Article 1. General Provisions And Definitions. Advisory Committee.   

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Each EOPS program shall have an Advisory Committee appointed by the president of the college upon recommendation of the EOPS Director. The purpose of the advisory committee is to assist the college in developing and maintaining effective extended opportunity programs and services. The term of each committee member shall be for two years, July 1 of the year of appointment to June 30 of the second succeeding year. Members may serve more than one term. The committee shall consist of no fewer members than the members of the local Board of Trustees. Members shall serve without compensation. Members may be reimbursed for necessary expenses incurred in performing their duties. The advisory committee should include representation from college personnel, EOPS students, local or feeder high schools, community and business sectors, and baccalaureate institutions where possible. The Advisory Committee shall meet at least once during each academic year.

Authority cited:

Education Code 69648

Education Code 70901

Reference:

Education Code 69640 et seq.

(Amended by Register 2006, No. 17.)