The direct sale of goods, facilities or services to faculty, staff and students for fees, which are for the convenience of and in support of the broad educational mission of the college, is distinctly different from sales to individuals or organizations external to the college. Therefore, different criteria have been established to evaluate requests for such sales programs.
1. Criteria for Sales to Campus Community Members: Each of the following criteria shall be used in assessing the validity of providing goods, facilities or services to members of the campus community:
a. The goods, facilities or services are substantially and directly related to the college's instructional or service mission.
b. Provision of the goods, facilities or services on campus represents a special convenience to and supports the campus community or facilitates the extracurricular or public service activities of the campus community.
c. The price or fee for the goods, facilities or services is established at such a level as to account for full direct and indirect costs, including college overhead.
d. Procedures are in place for ensuring that the goods, facilities or services are provided only to members of the campus holding valid identification.
This procedure is intended to define the legitimate purposes under which sales of goods and services for fees may be approved, and to establish a mechanism to review such sales.