The College believes the operation of auxiliary enterprises to be helpful in meeting the educational mission of the College. An auxiliary enterprise is an activity where the costs of providing goods and services to the general public or to the internal college community are recovered through user charges. All such activities shall conform to the provisions of the commercial activities statute RCW 28B.63, and will operate as proprietary funds under the guidelines set forth by the Office of Financial Management.
The primary mission of the Lower Columbia College is to serve the comprehensive educational and public service needs within its service district. In carrying out this mission, it is often necessary and appropriate to provide goods, services or facilities for fees in order to enhance, promote and support its educational training and public service functions. All such activities must be conducted pursuant to RCW 28B.63 and appropriate board policies.
|WAC 132M-141||Rental of College Facilities||VP of Administration/Director of Finance|
|Facilities Rental Information||VP of Administration/Facilities Rental Coordinator|
|Administrative Procedure 515.1A||Sales to Students, Faculty, Staff and Invited Guests||VP of Administration/ Facilities Rental Coordinator|
|Administrative Procedure 515.2A||Sales to Persons other than Students, Faculty, Staff and Invited Guests||VP of Administration/ Facilities Rental Coordinator|