The College recognizes that some courses requested by the community, or which serve a special need, are not supported by state revenues and membership hours produced from the classes are not counted towards full-time equivalent calculations. When these circumstances exist, it may be necessary to offer certain classes on a self-supporting basis. Therefore, the College shall develop guidelines for appropriate self-supporting classes that meet the standards of the State Board of Community Colleges and the College’s mission. Guidelines for the establishment and use of self supporting fees are in Policy 6.1.3.
Adopted: September 9, 2019
Legal Citation: 1D SBCCC 200.3(2)(c)