ASC - Auxiliary Service Corporation
The Auxiliary Service Corporation of the State University of New York at Farmingdale is a private not-for-profit organization that is authorized to operate on campus under the terms of an Agreement with the State University of New York. The general purposes of the Corporation are to promote and cultivate educational and social relationships among students, faculty and staff.
In keeping with its mission, the Corporation provides the following campus services:
Dining and Snack facilities through a sub-contractual arrangement
Vending Services through a sub-contractual arrangement
Accounting services for the Farmingdale College Foundation, Alumni Association, Farmingdale Student
Government, Golf Driving Range, and custodial accounts
Student Health Insurance:
Program Funding Support
Trust & Agency
Faculty and staff within the Division of Academic Affairs should apply through the Provost’s Webpage for ASC sponsored special event funding.
The Corporation also has fiscal responsibility for all Student Government Association mandatory fees collected from full- and part-time students, in addition to the receipt and disbursement of funds involving in excess of fifty (50) accounts such as the Graduation Fund, Library Fund, Inter-Dormitory Council, etc.
The Corporation directly provides various student services such as: check cashing, FAX service, ID replacement, fitness center voucher, money orders, and student loans.
VOTING MEMBERS (15)
Five members of the College Administration
Five members of the Faculty (to be selected by FEC)
Five members of the Student Body
The Chief Administrative Officer of the College is an Ex-officio member
CORPORATION OFFICERS (4)
1. Treasurer of Corporation
2. Chairperson of Corporation
3. Secretary of Corporation
4. Vice Chairperson of Corporation
1. ASC Director
2. Recording Secretary
3. Managers of all Auxiliary Service Corporation operational units
Open to all students, faculty and staff
MEETINGS OF THE CORPORATION: A General Membership Meeting shall be held annually in the Spring. The Board of Directors of the Corporation shall meet at least three (3) times per year.