1. The Laws of New York
  2. Consolidated Laws
  3. Education
  4. Title 7: State and City Colleges and Institutions-cornell University
  5. Article 123: The New York State College of Ceramics At Alfred University


Section 6102 Administration

Education (EDN)

Such college shall continue to be administered, as to the establishment of courses of study, the creation of departments and positions, the determination of the number and salaries of members of the faculty and other employees, the apportionment and employment thereof, the maintenance of discipline and as to all matters pertaining to its educational policies, activities and operations, including research work, by Alfred university, as the representative of the state university trustees. All property and equipment acquired for the use of such college shall be the property of the state. Alfred university shall regulate tuition fees at such college after prior consultation with the state university trustees. As the representative of the state university trustees, Alfred university shall also fix the other fees and charges to be paid by the students of the college.

  All moneys received for tuition from students, those derived from the sale of products of property belonging to the state administered by the college, and from fees and charges, or any other sources in the course of the administration of the college, notwithstanding the provisions of section one hundred twenty-one of the state finance law, shall be credited to a separate fund and shall be expended for the current expenses of such college and for its benefits in such way as Alfred university, as the representative of the state university trustees, may determine. The amounts so received and expended shall be reported annually to the state comptroller.