48. A governing board shall be established in every constituent college.
The governing board shall be composed of the following persons, who shall become members of the board upon their appointment or election:
(a) three persons appointed by the Minister, including one from among the persons proposed by university-level teaching institutions, one from among the persons proposed by the school service centres and the school boards in the territory principally served by the constituent college and one from among the persons proposed by the regional council of labour market partners in the region where the constituent college is located;
(b) three persons appointed by the Minister from within enterprises in the territory principally served by the constituent college which operate in economic sectors corresponding to programs of technical studies implemented by the constituent college, where applicable;
(c) two parents of students attending the constituent college who are not members of the regional college staff, elected by a majority vote of their peers within the constituent college cast at a general meeting called by the director of the constituent college or the person designated by the director and presided over by the president of the parents’ association, if any representing the greatest number of parents;
(d) two students attending the constituent college, one registered in a program of pre-university studies and the other in a program of technical studies, where applicable, appointed in accordance with section 32 of the Act respecting the accreditation and financing of students’ associations (chapter A-3.01);
(e) two teachers, one member of the non-teaching professional staff and one member of the support staff assigned to the constituent college, each elected by their peers within the constituent college.
The director of the constituent college and the person appointed under subparagraph a of the first paragraph of section 33 shall also be members of the governing board.
1997, c. 87, s. 26; 2020, c. 1, s. 31112.