The Board of Governors which meets about eight times each year has the power to control and exercise general supervision of the affairs, functions, purposes, policy and property of the College. The Board’s responsibilities are conducted through a set of committees with clear accountability and delegated authority for advice, oversight or approval. The Board determines those matters it requires the Administrative and Academic Committee to also submit for approval by the Board where those matters cut across the distinctive roles of the two bodies.
Matters requiring Board approval include the following matters:
- mission statement
- strategic plan
- academic planning frameworks including enrollment frameworks
- long-term budget strategy
- annual operating budget
- capital plans and capital projects over CI$50,000
- academic priorities for fundraising
- approval of the Ownership Agreement and Purchase Agreement between the Government and the College
- establishment, disestablishment or restructuring or renaming of academic units
- approval of annual reports to the Minister on the work of the College, including the report of key performance indicators compared with targets contained in the Ownership Agreement
- approval of the annual audited financial statements
- approval of the report to Minister and the Minister of Finance on the financial activities of the College
- subject to the approval of the Minister, approval of a policy on tuition fees and compulsory academic incidental fees
- approval of annual fee schedule
- approval of a policy on student financial aid, bursaries and scholarships
The Board's Terms of Reference set out further details.
See detail of the Board's legal responsibilites.
Mr. Steve Bramwell*, Information Technology representative (26 Apr 2019)
Mr. Matthew Tibbetts, Ministry of Finance representative (31 Aug 2021)
Ms Lucille Kong, Secretary