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32-3002 - State board for private postsecondary education; committees
32-3002. State board for private postsecondary education; committees
A. A state board for private postsecondary education is established consisting of the following seven members appointed by the governor pursuant to section 38-211:
1. Two members who hold executive or managerial positions in a private educational institution offering private vocational programs in this state.
2. One member who holds an executive or managerial position in a private educational institution offering an associate degree.
3. Two members who hold executive or managerial positions in a private educational institution offering a baccalaureate or higher degree, or both.
4. Two members who are citizens of this state and have been occupied in commerce or industry in this state for at least three years.
B. Board members serve at the pleasure of the governor. Terms of office of board members are four years to begin and end on the third Monday in January unless removed by the governor. The governor shall appoint a member for the unexpired portion of a term to fill a vacancy occurring during a term of office.
C. Four board members constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. The vote of a majority of the board members transacting business constitutes authority for the board to act.
D. Members of the board are eligible to receive compensation as determined pursuant to section 38-611 or fifty dollars, whichever is more, for each day actually spent in the performance of their duties and reimbursement for all expenses necessary and properly incurred in attending meetings or hearings of the board.
E. Members, employees, committee members and agents of the board and members of citizen advisory committees are immune from personal liability with respect to acts done and actions taken in good faith without wanton disregard of their statutory duties pursuant to this chapter.
F. The chairman may establish committees from the board membership necessary to carry out the functions of the board.