The College Council consists of nine members appointed by the Governor, serving staggered seven-year terms, and one student elected yearly by the student body.

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Under general policies determined by the SUNY Board of Trustees, the College Council reviews all major plans of the College which are generally defined to include, among others, plans for appraisal or improvement of faculty and other personnel; expansion of institutional plants; and appraisal or improvement of student activities and housing.

Additionally, the College Council passes regulations governing the care, custody, and management of lands, grounds, buildings, and equipment; reviews budget requests; fosters the development of citizen advisory committees; names buildings; passes regulations governing the conduct and behavior of students; prescribes, submits and exercises supervision over student housing and safety; submits an annual report to the SUNY Board of Trustees; recommends to the Board of Trustees candidates for appointment as President of the College; and performs such other duties as may be authorized or required by the Board of Trustees.

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2018-19 College Council Members


Mr. Scott Turner, Council Chair

Managing Partner
Nixon Peabody, LLP

Mr. Joshua Mathews, Student Representative

President
Brockport Student Government

Ms. Andrea Guzzetta

Chief of Staff
City Council at City of Rochester

Ms. Lauren Kelly

Chief of Staff
Town of Irondequoit

Ms. Elaine Leshnower

Retired Human Resources Executive

Dr. Lesli Myers

Superintendent
Brockport Central School District

Mr. Kenneth Pink

Partner
The Bonadio Group

Ms. Bridgette Wiefling

Chief Innovation/Quality Officer
Rochester Regional Health System

Mr. Chris Wiest

VP Public Policy and Advocacy
Rochester Business Alliance


Observers


Mr. Carl O'Connor

President
Brockport Alumni Association

Dr. Kathleen Peterson

President
Brockport College Senate

Last Updated 4/25/19

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