Oregon Statutes - Chapter 341 - Community Colleges - Section 341.005 - Definitions.
As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires:
(1) “Academic year” means the year beginning July 1 of each year and ending June 30 of the following year running concurrently with the fiscal year.
(2) “Board” means the board of education of a community college district.
(3) “Board member” means a member of the board of education of a community college district.
(4) “Commissioner” means the Commissioner for Community College Services appointed under ORS 326.375.
(5) “Community college” means a public institution operated by a community college district for the purposes of providing courses of study limited to not more than two years’ full-time attendance, with the exception of technical programs in which the curriculum may require more than two years of attendance but less than four years, and designed to meet the needs of a geographical area by providing educational services, including but not limited to professional technical education programs or lower division collegiate programs.
(6) “Community college district” or “district” means a district formed under this chapter to operate one or more community colleges or to secure educational services available at a community college. “Community college district” includes a community college service district.
(7) “Full-time equivalent student” means a student or combination of several students who carries or carry among them, within a single academic year, a minimum number of clock hours of instruction, in any program, to be specified by rule by the State Board of Education.
(8) “Operating expenses” means the sum of the expenditures of a community college district for administration, instruction, necessary student services, operation and maintenance of plant and fixed charges, as determined in accordance with the rules of the State Board of Education.
(9) “Paying agent and registrar” means the county treasurer or county fiscal officer of the county in which the chief administrative officer of the community college district maintains the administrative office.
(10) “Petitioning territory” means a community college district petitioning to have an area outside the district included in the district or to have an area inside the district excluded from the district, or an area outside the district petitioning to be included within the district.
(11) “Principal county” means the county in which the chief administrative officer of the community college district maintains the administrative office.
(12) “State board” means the State Board of Education. [Formerly 341.510; 1971 c.513 §1; 1981 c.173 §52; 1987 c.474 §4; 1993 c.45 §§127,128; 1995 c.67 §1; 1997 c.271 §3]Section: 341.005 341.009 341.010 341.015 341.018 341.019 341.020 341.021 341.022 341.023 341.024 341.025 341.030 341.035 341.037 Next
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