(a) A governing board may provide, construct, erect, improve, equip, maintain and operate auxiliary facilities, as defined in section two of this article, for students, employees and visitors on land it owns or leases.
(b) The cost of construction, erection, improvement or equipment may be paid with the proceeds of revenue bonds authorized by this code or by any other financing method provided in this article.
(c) A governing board may engage experts in engineering, architecture and construction and other experts as it considers necessary and may specify the payment and contract terms which are included in the cost of the project.
(d) A governing board may promulgate and adopt rules and charge fees for use of its facilities. The fees charged shall be structured so as to generate funds sufficient for the following purposes:
(1) To maintain payment of the principal of and interest on any revenue bonds, and for reserves for the revenue bonds;
(2) To operate the auxiliary enterprise;
(3) To satisfy annual building renewal formula requirements; and
(4) To build a reserve for major renovation or replacement.
(e) All moneys collected for the use of auxiliary facilities shall be paid to the credit of and expended by the governing board of that institution in accordance with section thirteen, article ten of this chapter.