24.3 Rules

24.3.1 Governing Rules In addition to what is provided for in this chapter, operational matters of the CDC are governed by the Bylaws of the Governing Board [link: ] and other detailed stipulations developed and maintained by the Governing Board. For the matters not provided for by such rules, the general university policies and rules apply. Establishment and amendment of the Bylaws do not become effective until a final approval has been made by the President. The President may request the CDC Governing Board to make amendments of its Bylaws, when the President finds it necessary.


24.3.2 Budget and Accounting The Governing Board must request annual budget for operation of the CDC and its revision to the President every fiscal year in accordance with the general budget request procedures. When making a budget request, a proposal of fee structure and estimated annual revenue must also be submitted to the President for its approval.   Funds to be allocated to CDC might consist of several different source of funding including the Subsidy for Operations.  The Governing Board is responsible for confirming the constraints of use of each source of funding and reflecting it to the business plan and implementation. As a budgetary unit, the Governing Board is responsible for management and implementation of the allocated budget for the CDC. Budget and accounting of the operational expenses of the CDC must be dealt with separately from other operational expenses of the University except for the expenses for which such separation is not practical (i.e. routine facility maintenance, utility and security expenses etc.).


24.3.3 User Eligibility Staff and students. Any University employees, including temporary staff dispatched from an agency under an hourly-fee contract (excluding contractor or vendor employees), and students are eligible to enroll their children in the CDC. Priority may be given to specific groups based on the policy and rules adopted by the Governing Board. Visitors. Visiting faculty, lecturers, students, participants in events held on campus and other kinds of guests also have access to the CDC programs for their children.  Priority may be given to the University staff and students or specific visitor categories based on the policy and rules adopted by the Governing Board. Others. In addition to those specified in preceding paragraphs, staff of contractors (vivarium, cleaning, café, etc.), volunteers, and others working on campus may be given access to the CDC programs if the Governing Board considers it necessary.