B.2.6 Auxiliary Enterprises

B.2.6.1 Auxiliary Enterprises

Responsible Department: Administrative Services

Date Approved/Amended: December 2, 2010



Auxiliary enterprises may be established with the intent of being self-supporting activities, primarily to provide non-instructional services for sale to students, faculty, and staff. Fees are charged for the product or services provided. The general public may be incidentally served by the auxiliary enterprises. Auxiliary enterprises include, but are not limited to, such activities as bookstores, food courts, copy centers, television stations, childcare centers, health/fitness centers, facilities rental, activity and conference areas, student housing, and other similar operations.

All activities established within the Auxiliary Enterprise fund are designed to assist in the financial stability of the institution and will operate in a fiscally responsible and solvent manner.

B.2.6.2 Provision of Services

Responsible Department: Administrative Services

Date Approved/Amended: December 2, 2010



The College is expected to provide its students and community with services appropriate to the performance of its mission as established by its founding charter or as directed by the Coordinating Board.

B.2.6.3 Sales of Services

Responsible Department: Administrative Services

Date Approved/Amended: December 2, 2010



The College may provide services to its campus communities provided that:

  1. The services satisfy educationally related needs such as campus newspapers, bookstores, cafeterias, fitness centers or other similar services.
  2. The service is an integral part of providing support activities that enhance performance of the College's public service mission.

The College shall not provide services or goods to persons other than members of the campus community unless:

  1. It fulfills the College's public service mission; or
  2. It is incidental to the performance of the College's educational activities (e.g., concerts, theater performances or similar activities); or
  3. It consists of recreational, cultural, and athletic events; public service radio and TV broadcasting; events or functions which have as their principal purpose the improvement of relations between the College and the public; or
  4. It is an authorized fundraising activity