2010 Indiana Code

IC 23-13-10
     Chapter 10. Alumni Trustees

IC 23-13-10-1
Election of alumni trustees
Sec. 1. Any educational institution, university or college, incorporated under any law of the state of Indiana, may admit to membership in its board of trustees any number of additional trustees, not exceeding four (4), who may be chosen or elected such trustees by the alumni of such institution, university or college, whenever the existing boards of trustees, or their successors in office, may determine such action to be expedient: Provided, That all persons or bodies of persons entitled under the charter of said institution to choose the trustees thereof, shall have first signified their assent to such action. The manner of electing such trustees by such alumni shall, in each instance, be determined by the board of trustees of such educational institution, university or college.
(Formerly: Acts 1897, c.125, s.1.)

IC 23-13-10-2
Addition or reduction in number of trustees
Sec. 2. Any existing board of trustees of any such institution, university or college may add to or diminish the number of trustees thereof: Provided, The minimum number of such trustees shall be seven (7) and the maximum number twenty-five (25), said reduction or addition to be determined by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the trustees.
(Formerly: Acts 1897, c.125, s.2.)

IC 23-13-10-3
Existing institutions; accepting provisions of chapter
Sec. 3. Whenever the board of trustees of any such institution, university, or college, incorporated under any law of the state of Indiana, which has been pursuing the purposes of its charter since March 6, 1892, shall file with the secretary of state a resolution, duly adopted by such board, signifying formal acceptance of the provisions of this chapter, the same shall be taken and held as part of the original charter of such institution, university, or college.
(Formerly: Acts 1897, c.125, s.3.) As amended by P.L.34-1987, SEC.353.

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