It is the policy of the College to provide viable on-campus auxiliary services.
It shall be the intention of the College to offer these services as an adjunct to the instructional program or as a service to students and staff. It is not the intention of the College to compete with or detract from merchants offering similar services to the general community.
The purpose of this policy is to define the accounting for auxiliary services.
To Whom Does This Policy Apply
This policy applies to all employees at the College.
SBCTC Fiscal Affairs Manual http://apps.sbctc.edu/FAM/Default.aspx?PolicyNumber=10.10.10.b&SearchString=&SearchType=#10.10.10.b
State Administrative and Accounting Manual (SAAM) http://www.ofm.wa.gov/policy/default.asp
The College will provide auxiliary services such as food service, bookstore, and other similar services. The auxiliary services shall be instituted and maintained on the College campus as a part of the continuing effort to provide facilities, services, and activities for the educational and personal development of students of the College. These auxiliary services shall, where appropriate, be made available also to the staff of the College and shall be subject to internal and external audits.
The President shall recommend in the annual budget, each year, those auxiliary services deemed appropriate for the College.
The College currently provides food service and bookstore. The daily operation of the these services are administered by the Vice President for Student Services or designee.
A separate fund will be established to account for this revenue. They will be titled “Bookstore Fund” and “Food Services Fund”. All moneys generated by service and activities fees and their associated activities will be deposited into this fund.
This fund will be maintained by the College Business Office and managed in accordance with OFM and SBCTC guidelines.