Subchapter 4.5. Auxiliary Organizations. Article 2. District Responsibilities. Implementing Regulations.
Each district governing board wishing to establish an auxiliary organization must adopt implementing regulations, and submit such regulations to the Chancellor for approval. The implementing regulations must contain provisions which address at least the following subjects:
(a) Provisions which set forth the district's method for recognizing an auxiliary organization, which procedure must include a public hearing prior to such recognition;
(b) Provisions which limit authorized auxiliary organizations to those performing recognized functions described in section 59259;
(c) Provisions which implement section 72674 of the Education Code, regarding composition and meetings of boards of directors of auxiliary organizations;
(d) Provisions which implement subdivision (a) of section 72672 of the Education Code, regarding the audit of auxiliary organizations;
(e) Provisions which implement subdivision (c) of section 72672 of Education Code, regarding salaries, working conditions, and benefits for full-time employees of auxiliary organizations;
(f) Provisions which implement section 72675 of the Education Code, regarding expenditures and fund appropriations by auxiliary organizations. In implementing subdivision (b)(2) of section 72675, the district regulations may specify different standards for different types of auxiliary organizations.
(g) Provisions which establish recordkeeping responsibilities of auxiliary organizations;
(h) Provisions which establish a procedure for periodic review of each auxiliary organization by the district to insure that it is complying with sections 72670-72682 of the Education Code, district implementing regulations, any written agreement with the district, and its articles of incorporation or bylaws; and
(i) Provisions which prohibit the district from transferring any of its funds or resources other than funds or resources derived from gifts or bequests, to any of its auxiliary organizations, when the purpose of such transfer is either to avoid laws or regulations which constrain community college districts or to provide the district with an unfair advantage with respect to the application of any state funding mechanism. Such state funding mechanisms include, but are not limited to, general apportionment funding, capital outlay funding, Extended Opportunity Programs and Services funding, and funding for programs and services for students with disabilities.
(j) Provisions which shall specify the following:
(1) The function or functions which the auxiliary organization is to manage, operate or administer;
(2) A statement of the reasons for administration of the functions by the auxiliary organization instead of by the college under usual district procedures;
(3) The areas of authority and responsibility of the auxiliary organization and the college;
(4) The facilities to be made available, if any, by the district to permit the auxiliary organization to perform the functions specified in the implementing regulations or written agreement;
(5) The charge or rental to be paid to the district by the auxiliary organization for any district facilities used in connection with the performance of its function. The charge or rental specified shall not require involved methods of computation, and should be identified in sufficient time before its incurrence so that the auxiliary organization may determine to what extent it shall be liable therefor;
(6) Full reimbursement to the district for services performed by district employees under the direction of the auxiliary organization. No more than 50% of the reimbursement by an auxiliary organization may be made in the form of non-monetary benefits that the auxiliary organization provides to a community college district, such as increased community awareness or other such benefits that are agreed upon by district officials and the auxiliary organization. Such non-monetary benefits shall be assigned a good-faith reimbursement value by the district. Methods of proration where services are performed by district employees for the auxiliary organization shall be simple and equitable;
(7) A simple and stable method of determining in advance to what extent the auxiliary organization shall be liable for indirect costs relating to federally-sponsored programs;
(8) The responsibility for maintenance and payment of operating expenses;
(9) The proposed expenditures for public relations or other purposes which would serve to augment district appropriations for operation of the college. With respect to expenditures for public relations or other purposes which would serve to augment district appropriation for the college, the auxiliary organization may expend funds in such amount and for such purposes as are approved by the board of directors of the auxiliary organization. The governing board shall name a designee who shall file with the governing board a statement of auxiliary organizations' policies on accumulation and use of public relations funds. The statement will include the policy and procedure on solicitation of funds, source of funds, amounts, and purpose for which the funds will be used, allowable expenditures, and procedures of control;
(10) The disposition to be made of net earnings derived from the operation of facilities owned or leased by the auxiliary organization and provisions for reserves;
(11) The disposition to be made of net assets on cessation of the operations under the agreement; and
(12) Provisions which require a covenant of the auxiliary organization to maintain its existence throughout the period of the agreement and to operate in accordance with sections 72670-72682 of the Education Code, and with the regulations contained in this subchapter as well as district implementing regulations.
In addressing the requirements of this subdivision in its district implementing regulations, a district may provide for such requirements in a written agreement or agreements with an auxiliary organization. The agreement shall provide for all requirements of this subdivision which have not been addressed in the district implementing regulations. Notwithstanding subdivision (e) of section 59255, if the requirements of this subdivision are provided for in the written agreement rather than the district's implementing regulations, the auxiliary organization may not be recognized by the district until the agreement is submitted to the Chancellor for approval.
Education Code 66700
Education Code 70901
Education Code 72672
Education Code 72670 et. seq
(Amended by Register 2006, No. 17.)