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Student Affairs


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Other Requirement Title:
Credit Cards, Prohibition on the Marketing of

Document Number:
3851

Effective Date:
July 01, 2005


This procedure item applies to:
Community Colleges
State-Operated Campuses
Statutory Colleges

Table of Contents
Summary

Requirement
Related Procedures
Forms
Definitions
Other Related Information
Appendicies

Summary

The State University of New York (University) complies with  the legal requirements of NYS Education Law §6437. Accordingly, the Board of Trustees of the State University of New York has adopted written rules for campuses regarding the prohibition of the marketing of credit cards to students.


Requirement

I. Prohibition on the Marketing of Credit Cards

The State University of New York (University) complies with  the legal requirements of NYS Education Law §6437. Accordingly, the Board of Trustees of the State University of New York has adopted written rules for campuses regarding the prohibition of the marketing of credit cards to students:


Definitions

There are no special definitions relevant to this requirement.


Related Procedures

Campus Conduct & Other College Property used for Educational Purposes


Forms

There are no forms relevant to this requirement.


Other Related Information

NYS Education Law §6437  (Prohibition on the marketing of credit cards.)

Chapter 713, Laws of 2004                     

Memorandum to presidents from the office of University counsel and the office of student affairs and special programs dated May 2, 2005 advising campuses of New York State Education Law §6437. Specifically, effective July 1, 2005, campuses shall prohibit the advertising, marketing, or merchandising of credit cards on college campuses to students, except pursuant to an official college credit card marketing policy.




Appendicies

There are no appendicies relevant to this requirement.