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1.5 Administrative Structure of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System

1.5.1 General Organization of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System

The Kentucky Community and Technical College System Board of Regents has full legal authority and responsibility for the governance of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System. The Kentucky Community and Technical College System President is the chief executive officer of the System with broad authority delegated from the Board of Regents.

The KCTCS System Office oversees the operation and management of the KCTCS community and technical colleges.

1.5.2 Delegation of Authority

The Kentucky Community and Technical College System President is appointed by and reports to the Board of Regents. As the chief executive officer of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, the President recommends to the Board of Regents policies to be considered for adoption, carries out policies determined by the Board of Regents, and has full authority and responsibility over the administration of the academic, business, and fiscal operations of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System.

The President of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System is responsible for all official communication with the Board of Regents, the Council on Postsecondary Education, and governmental and external agencies and has specific responsibilities for the policy, planning, and development functions of the System. The Chancellor and the Vice Presidents of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System and the KCTCS college presidents/chief executive officers report to the President.

As the chief executive officer of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, the President is authorized by the Board of Regents to promulgate administrative policies and procedures. The President shall, in the operation of System affairs, interpret existing policies and procedures and establish new administrative policies and procedures.

04/30/1999

12/05/2003

09/18/2000, 12/05/2003

(SIGNED) 12/05/2003

(SIGNED) 12/05/2003