If any institution under the control of the state board of higher education undertakes
a capital construction project, including any renovation or expansion, with the approval
of the legislative assembly, all local funds to be used for the project must be derived
from sources that have been presented to and approved by the legislative assembly
or the budget section pursuant to section 15-10-12.1. The source of any local matching funds required for state-funded or bonded projects
must be funds raised and designated for the project and may not include funding from
the state general fund, state and federal grant and contract funds, tuition or fees,
endowment or investment income, institutional sales and services income including
indirect and administrative costs, or transfers or loans from other institutions'
funds or agency funds unless the institution has received prior approval from the
legislative assembly or from the budget section pursuant to section 15-10-12.1. Each institution undertaking a capital construction project that was approved by
the legislative assembly and for which local funds are to be used shall present a
biennial report to the budget section of the legislative management detailing the
source of all funds used in the capital construction project, including local funds. This section applies to projects approved after July 1, 2001.
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