1. The Laws of New York
  2. Consolidated Laws
  3. Education
  4. Title 7: State and City Colleges and Institutions-cornell University
  5. Article 125: City University of New York


Section 6226 Community college severence provisions

Education (EDN)

a. On July first, nineteen hundred seventy-five:

  1. Any funds and copies of all books, papers and records of the trustees of the state university, pertaining to or connected with the community colleges, shall become the property of the board of trustees.

  2. Any business or other matter undertaken or commenced by the trustees of the state university of New York pertaining to or connected with the community colleges may be conducted and completed by the board of trustees under the same terms and conditions and with the same effect as if conducted and completed by such board of trustees.

  3. Inclusion in the master plan of the state university of New York of a facility or of a plan or recommendation with respect to a community college shall constitute inclusion of such facility, plan or recommendation in the master plan of the city university, and any approval by the board of regents of any facility, plan or recommendation included in the master plan of the state university with respect to a community college and the incorporation thereof in the regents plan for higher education, and any approval by the governor of the regents plan insofar as it relates to such facility, plan or recommendation, shall constitute the requisite approvals of the inclusion of such facility, plan or recommendation in the master plan of the city university for purposes of section two hundred thirty-seven of this article and article one hundred twenty-five-B of this chapter, and any other law.

  4. Any person who, immediately prior to July first, nineteen hundred seventy-five, was appointed to a position on the instructional staff of a community college pursuant to former section sixty-two hundred six-b of this article shall be considered as of the effective date of this article to have been appointed to a comparable position under section sixty-two hundred ten of this chapter. Any person who, immediately prior to July first, nineteen hundred seventy-five, had achieved tenure under former section sixty-two hundred six-b of this chapter shall be considered as of July first, nineteen hundred seventy-five as having achieved tenure and/or attained such other right under section sixty-two hundred ten of this chapter. The period of creditable service of any person who, prior to July first, nineteen hundred seventy-five, had at any time served in a position on the instructional staff of a community college pursuant to former section sixty-two hundred six-b of this chapter shall be counted in computing the years of service of such person required under section sixty-two hundred ten of this chapter in the achievement of tenure.

  b. The board of trustees is hereby authorized to enter into any agreement to effectuate the purposes of chapter three hundred thirty-two of the laws of nineteen hundred seventy-five.