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110 ILCS 947/15
(110 ILCS 947/15)
Illinois Student Assistance Commission.
(a) There is established the Illinois Student Assistance Commission,
consisting of 10 persons to be appointed by the Governor with the
consent of the Senate. The membership of the Commission shall consist of one
representative of the institutions of higher learning
operated by the State; one representative of the private institutions of
higher learning located in the State; one representative of the public
community colleges located in the State; one representative of the public
high schools located in the State; 5 citizens of the State chosen for
their knowledge of and interest in higher education, but not employed
by, professionally affiliated with, or members of the governing boards
of any institution of higher learning located in the State, and one
student member selected from nominations submitted to the Governor by
multi-campus student organizations, including but not limited to, the recognized advisory committee of students of the Illinois Community College Board, the
recognized advisory committee of students of the Board of Higher Education, and
the recognized advisory committee of students of the Federation of Independent
Illinois Colleges and Universities. The Governor shall designate one member,
other than the student member, as chairman. Each member of the Commission,
including the student member, shall serve without compensation, but shall be
reimbursed for expenses necessarily incurred in performing his or her duties
under this Act. Subject to a requirement that Commission members in office
effective date of this amendatory Act of 1995 may serve the full term to
which they were appointed, the appointment of Commission members to terms that
commence on or after that effective date shall be made in a manner that gives
effect at the earliest possible time to the change that is required by this
amendatory Act in the representative
composition of the Commission's membership.
(b) The term of office of each member, other than the student
member, is 6 years from July 1 of the year of appointment, and until his
successor is appointed and qualified. If a member's tenure of office,
other than that of the student member, is terminated for any reason
before his or her term has expired, the Governor shall fill the vacancy by the
appointment of a person who has the same representative status as the
person whose term has been so terminated, and the new appointee shall
hold office only for the remainder of that term and until a successor
is appointed and qualified.
The term of the student member shall be for 2 years from July 1 of each
odd-numbered year. If the tenure of the student member is terminated for any
reason, the vacancy shall be filled in the same manner as heretofore provided
for a regular term of office appointment of the student member. The new
student appointee shall hold office only for the remainder of that term. A student appointee's status on the Commission may not be considered in determining his or her eligibility for programs administered by the Commission.
(c) In accordance with the provisions of the State Universities Civil
Service Act, the Commission shall employ a professionally qualified person as
the Executive Director of the Commission, and such other employees as may be
necessary to effectuate the purposes of this Act.
(d) The Commission shall meet at least once in each fiscal year, and
may meet at other times which the Chairman may designate by giving at
least 10 days' written notice to each member.
(Source: P.A. 99-198, eff. 7-30-15.)