Auxiliary Services Corporation
Auxiliary Services Corporation, Inc.
(Non-Tax Levy funds)
The John Jay College of Criminal Justice Auxiliary Services Corporation, Inc. is a non-profit corporation created to support educational, social, cultural, and recreational activities among students, faculty and staff of John Jay College of Criminal Justice. The Corporation’s revenue is derived primarily through vendor contracts for bookstore, cafeteria, and other auxiliary services.
The Corporation Board meets at least once per semester. Pursuant to CUNY Guidelines, the governing board comprises the College President or his/her designee, plus an additional number of students and the same combined number of faculty, administrative members and independent members. Independent and Administrative members are appointed by the President. Faculty members are appointed by the President from a panel whose size is twice the number of seats to be filled. The panel is elected by College’s Faculty Senate. According to New York State Not-for-Profit Corporation law no member shall serve for more than five (5) years.
The Board of Directors and term of office, and Officers: currently thirteen (13) board members, namely:
Chairman (President of the College)- tenure- due to position held with the College
Vice-Chairman (Vice President for Finance and Administration- CUNY Board of Trustees resolution November 28, 2005)- tenure – due to position held at the College
Vice President Student Development- CUNY Board of Trustees resolution November 28, 2005)- tenure – due to position held at the College
Three (3) Faculty representatives
Five (5) Student representatives (President of the Student Council; Vice-President of the Student Council; Treasurer of the Student Council; Secretary of the Student Council; Chairperson, Committee on Graduate and Evening Studies (elected member of Student Council) - one year (elected in the Fall semester)
Two (2) Independent Directors appointed by the College President.
Treasurer- Director of Accounting Services (designated by the President)- CUNY Board of Trustees resolution November 28, 2005)
Secretary- Business Manager (designated by the President)- CUNY Board of Trustees resolution November 28, 2005)
Sources of Funds:
Funds are currently derived from other than tax-levy appropriations or student fees.
Commission payments: Bookstore, Cafeteria, Beverage and Snack Vending, and Merchandise Sales.
Rental Fees: Facility/Room Rentals, Film and TV, Theatre and Athletic facilities
License fee: Wireless rooftop antenna rental (Haaran Hall or the New Building)
Royalty payment: Beverage Pouring rights and Use of Logo Fees
Uses of Funds:
Discretionary: Use in support of educational, social and cultural events and programs; for hospitality to guests; to attend receptions, dinners, and events of significance to the College, as per CUNY Board of Trustees guidelines.
Expenditure consists of public service, supporting services for College programs and activities, donations, and grants (for example, grants to support student activities and scholarships.)