Campus Development Council (CDC)
Authority: Business Affairs
Date Enacted or Revised: N/A
The Campus Development Council (CDC) is responsible for reviewing and approving various proposals for campus development funds. The CDC is presided over by an elected chairperson that must be a student in good standing with the University. Funding for CDC comes from a student self-assessed fee implemented in Spring 2000. The administrator of this fund is the director of facilities and plant operations with a voice but no vote. The remainder of the Council consists of eight students appointed by various entities, one representative from Faculty Senate, a faculty member or administrator appointed by the SGA president, a faculty member or administrator appointed by the president, the vice president for academic affairs and enrollment management, and the associate director of the McNeese Alumni Association. This council reports to the vice president for business affairs.