Section D Business Administration

Introduction
Section D, Business Administration, outlines the administrative services that support the Board members in achieving the educational goals. The scope of business administration for SEC is unique and complex as we are a non-funded independent school. We are solely dependent on funding from AANDC (Aboriginal Affairs Northern Development Canada).
Our funding agreement is based on a base amount of 100 students per month, with the provision to fund any student beyond the base amount. Our billing is done monthly from September to June each year. The rate per student is based yearly on FCI.
We do not receive any provincial funding at this time.
This section is divided into three sub-sections, fiscal management, facilities development and management, and general business administration. The introduction to each sub-section provides a guide to the policies included.


Table of Contents

D1. Fiscal Management
Fiscal management encompasses all of the policies that ensure Southeast College is financially responsible and accountable. The development of the annual operating budget is clearly outlined in order that the school and lodge are aware of their role in this process. Also included are policies on accounting and audit requirements.

D.1.A

Annual Operating Budget

D.1.A-P

Annual Operating Budget Procedure

D.1.B

Credit Cards

D.1.C

Accounting Systems

D.1.C-P

Accounting Systems Procedure

D.1.D

School Rental and/or Fundraising Projects

D.1.D-P

School Rental and/or Fundraising Projects Procedure

D.1.E

Purchasing Policy

D.1.E-P

Purchasing Policy-Procedure

D.1.F

Petty Cash

D.1.F-P

Petty Cash-Procedure

D.1.G

Payroll Policy

 

D2. Facilties Development and Management

Southeast College’s geographic remoteness from the students it services provides unique challenges to its facilities. Such facilities include the school, housing for students, maintenance buildings. A comprehensive development and management program is required to ensure these facilities are appropriate for Southeast College’s needs now and in the future.
This sub-section begins with a policy on the Five Year Capital Plan which is the main component of the Schools development and management program. This policy explains how Capital replaced, renovated, upgraded and repaired.

D.2.A

Five Year Capital Plan

D.2.B

Repairs and Maintenance

 

D3. General Business Administration

General Business Administration addresses the operational requirements of the School. It includes information on School assets, retention of records, travel expenses, fleet vehicle requirements, Insurance and Food Services.

D.3.A

Southeast Assets

D.3.A-P

Southeast Assets -Procedure

D.3.B

Personal belongings on Southeast Property

D.3.C

Retention and Disposition of Southeast Records

D.3.D

Staff Travel Expenses

D.3.E

Southeast Fleet Vehicles

D.3.E-P

Southeast Fleet Vehicles-Procedure

D.3.E-EX1

SEC Fleet Vehicle Consent Form

D.3.F

Food Services

D.3.G

Building and Directors Liability Insurance