The Board of Trustees is the highest policy-making body of the institution. It is composed of ten members representing different sectors; one from the UCCP General Assembly; two from the UCCP North Highland Conference; two from the UCCP local church; two from the Alumni Association; and three at-large.
A Chairman heads it. The President of the College is a non-voting member of the Board of Trustees.
Power and Duties of the Board of Trustees
- The governance of the College shall be vested on the Board of Trustees;
- The corporate power of the College shall be exercised, its business conducted, and its property controlled by the Board of Trustees;
- In addition to the general powers and duties in the preceding sections, the Board of Trustees shall exercise the following specific functions:
- Formulate, establish, and/or modify the major policies of the College;
- Approve the following:
- Annual Budget of the institution, and
- Candidates for graduation
- Receive the annual report of the President, including the audited financial statement of the previous year;
- Act upon other recommendations of the College President;
- Initiate and oversee activities for additional sources of revenue;
- Determine policies of investment as well as to authorize indebtedness;
- Select and employ counsels and external and internal auditors of the College;
- Act as the final court of appeals for students, faculty, alumni and staff who may feel the administration has not adequately cared for their interest;
- Have such other powers and duties as provided in the charter and by-laws;
- In case of desolation of the institution, the Board of Trustees has the power with the approval of UCCP General Assembly Executive Officers to dispose properties of the school and proceeds to be turned over to the UCCP.
All other administrative officials except the President, who is directly appointed by the Board of Trustees, are to be appointed by the Board of Trustees upon the recommendation of the President.