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Cathy Anderson

How do we harness the energy of information? Through Education!!

It’s all about Policy and maybe a gripe about what I would rather be doing

Written By: Cathy - Jun• 20•11

My educational focus, at least professionally always seems to take some interesting twists and turns..I think that is what has contributed to my somewhat sporadic postings of late.  If you have seen my other blog www.cathylanderson.blogspot.com you may be aware that I returned from an almost two weeks away as I traveled to China.  Check that out and you will also see some photos of my trip.

It is summer and it is this time of year when, for most of us whether in or out of education, turn to more leisurely pursuits and activities.  I have been no exception.  My passion has long been in playing around with digital art…to see what I can create with elements and pieces and parts of images…to make a whimsical or thought provoking image.  Watch my other blog for more of that!

I still intend to write about Second Life, either here or there …not sure where.  I do see a resurgence in the use of Second Life and other virtual worlds or environments for education.   And by Virtual Worlds I mean that in the purest sense of the word..not virtual environments or Social Networking tools like Facebook..which also have an application for education but not in the immersive sense such as that of Second Life or World of Warcraft.

The best application I see right now is one I was reading about just this morning ..a concept in which the role play or activity allows the student to move up a level as he/she successfully progress through a learning activity.    This is really nothing new, and is pretty basic. I saw this years ago in Plato when we started using it for Adult Basic Education/GED learners.   The same concept here only used in an environment such as Second Life or other immersive virtual worlds will allow the student to actually apply what he or she learns and see actual results.

This maybe a weird transition but lately my time has been taken up reviewing policies.  These are the edicts that a board issues to tell a higher education institution how they operate.    College policies are in place to tell us what we must do in order to avoid discrimination lawsuits, ensure equitable and fair hiring practices, fair treatment of students, to provide a mechanism for due process, and ensures that as we operate we adhere to the mission of the College.

Sometimes policies identify who does what and why. Procedures spell out, for us, the how, procedures are the blueprint, if you will, of how we get from point A to point B.   Having, in place, the appropriate policies insures that we act in a coordinated and coherent fashion, they are essential to communication and to minimize legal liability.

In a “nutshell” policy provides the following:  (retrieved from swinborne.edu.au this seems a good resource which so far has been hard to find)

  • To guide college practice, to tell us how we operate;
  • Help ensure compliance with laws, statutes, regulations and government requirements;
  • Support the achievement of the organization’s/college’s mission and values;
  • Reduce institutional risk;

Policies should have long-term application and are subject to regular review and updates. Policies should be reviewed on an going basis by the institution to ensure currency and appropriate application.  No matter how diligent an institution is policy that seems appropriate and well written may suddenly seem out of date or not applicable the following year.

According to the Swinborne website:

A Policy regulates, directs and controls actions and conduct. Policies can range from broad philosophies to specific rules.

 

A Procedure tells users how to, and who will, implement the policy. Procedures are specific, factual, succinct and to the point, and do not include detailed descriptions of routine processes, timelines, forms and templates which may be subject to frequent modification in procedures.

According to the Minneapolis Technical and Community College Site:

Policy Development

Part 1. Definition

Subpart A. Policy

A written statement of principles adopted by the college to chart a course of action, a policy is the means through which the college directs its resources to meet its predetermined goals. A policy gives direction and clears the way for administrators and others to take action. It is specific enough to give guidance but broad enough to allow for discretionary action.

Subpart B. Procedure

A procedure is a detailed set of directions developed to allow a policy to be put into practice. It tells how, by whom, where, and when things are to be done. It may list step-by-step procedures. It clarifies policies.

Subpart C. Guideline

A guideline is a statement or set of statements that facilitates a clear and specific understanding of a policy or procedure by administrators and others. It supplements a policy or procedure.

New things come up every day that need to be covered in policy one such example is social networking:

http://www.usatoday.com/sports/college/2008-07-27-social-networks_N.htm

Social Media Guidelines DePaul University:

http://brandresources.depaul.edu/vendor_guidelines/g_socialmedia.aspx

Guidelines for creating a social media presence at Hamilton College:

http://brandresources.depaul.edu/vendor_guidelines/g_socialmedia.aspx

University of Oregon Social Media Best Practices:

http://www.communications.uoregon.edu/socialmedia

Vanderbilt Social Media Handbook:

http://web.vanderbilt.edu/resources/social-media-handbook/

Aquinas College Social Media:

http://www.aquinas.edu/social/info.html

Berea College Legal Information regarding Social Media:

http://www.berea.edu/legalinfo/social-media-policy.asp

Below are some sample outlines of policies from College policy manuals and their websites:

In it’s most basic form, according to Minneapolis Technical And Community College site:

Part 4. Format

MCTC policies, procedures and guidelines will follow the same format as used by MnSCU for policies. The following terminology will be used:

  • Chapter = a main heading for a group of policies
  • Section = a policy
  • Part
  • Subpart

 

If items need to be further divided, they are simply numbered.

Review Cornell College’s website for details on their college’s policies, which have been nationally recognized:

http://www.dfa.cornell.edu/treasurer/policyoffice/policies/atoz.cfm

Monash provides these guidelines on writing policy:

Purpose

Describe briefly (one or two sentences) the rationale for the policy, ie why the policy is needed. This must be based on the outcomes of the research and analysis phase of policy development (see below).

Supporting Research and Analysis

Note: this field is for documenting the process of policy development and review, but is not included in the on-line submission template.

Give a brief summary of the background research undertaken that supports the need for the policy (if new) or its revision or rescission (if existing). Research and analysis also aims to avoid duplication and inconsistency with legislation and other university policies. The summary and any relevant data may be listed in dot points under headings reflecting the following areas of investigation:

  • relevant government policy and legislation, and national codes;
  • relationship of the policy to university legislation legislation and any implications for review of statutes or regulations;
  • whether the policy is consistent with best practice, strategic directions of the university and changes in government policy;
  • whether the policy meets stakeholders’ needs;
  • relationship of the policy to existing policies in terms of eg consistency, policy gaps, need for revision or rescission;
  • possible constraints on implementing the policy at lower organisational levels, particularly at off-shore-campuses with different legislative frameworks;
  • benchmarking against similar policy at other universities;
  • compliance with existing policy and/or procedures.

Policy Statement

This must be a concise, formal and mandatory statement of principle of no more than a short paragraph or two. Be careful not to get into a level of operational detail that belongs in the associated procedures. The principle of the policy must be capable of guiding decision-making in areas within the scope of the policy even if not explicitly mentioned in the policy or procedures.

Supporting Procedures

Give the title of the procedures here, which must be identical to the title of the associated policy except ending in “Procedures” instead of “Policy” (eg Assessment: Alternative Arrangements Procedures).

Note that:

  • it is mandatory to prepare the procedures associated with the policy; and
  • it is not possible to submit a policy to the Policy Bank without also submitting the procedures for its implementation.

Algonquin College:

All Policies By Category
AA – Academic Affairs
  • A03 – A3: Copyright Legal Deposit and Plagiarism
  • AA01 – AA01: Advisory Committees
  • AA02 – AA02: College Academic Council
  • AA03 – AA03: Program Council
  • AA04 – AA04: Admissions
  • AA05 – AA05: Advanced Standing
  • AA06 – AA06: Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition
  • AA10 – AA10: Transfer of Academic Credit (External)
  • AA13 – AA13: Evaluation of Student Learning
  • AA17 – AA17: Dean’s Honours List
  • AA18 – AA18: Academic Dishonesty & Discipline
  • AA19 – AA19: Academic Appeal
  • AA21 – AA21: Deferred Evaluation
  • AA22 – AA22: Student Participation in Athletics or on the Students’ Association Board of Directors
  • AA27 – AA27: General Education
  • AA28 – AA28: Essential Employability Skills
  • AA37 – AA37: Review of Final Grades
  • AA41 – AA41: Cancellation of Classes
  • E07 – E7: Course Load
  • E08 – E8: Changes to Original Registration – Course Drop/Add
  • E09 – E9: Transfer of Academic Credit (Internal)
  • E11 – E11: Grading System
  • E12 – E12: Registration
  • E19 – E19: Confidentiality of Student Records
  • E21 – E21: Certificates and Diplomas
  • E22 – E22: Field Trips
  • E25 – E25: Program Quality Assurance
  • E29 – E29: Program Progression & Graduation Requirements
  • E31 – E31: Academic Advising
  • E32 – E32: Faculty Consultation with Students
  • E33 – E33: Course Outlines and Course Section Information
  • E34 – E34: Suspension of Programs
  • E37 – E37: Admission of International Students
  • E38 – E38: Course Assessment
  • E43 – E43: Plagiarism
  • E45 – E45: Disruptions to College Activities
  • E46 – E46: Protection of and Access to Student Information and Online Course Materials
  • E47 – E47: Honorary Degrees and Diplomas
  • G01 – G1: Learning Resource Centre
  • G02 – G2: Provision of Textbooks and Related Materials
  • G03 – G3: Audio-Visual Equipment
  • AC – Accessibility
  • AC01 – AC01: Students With Disabilities
  • AC02 – AC02: Client Service Standards for Persons with Disabilities
  • AC04 – AC04: Notification of Service Disruption for People with Disabilities
AD – Administration
  • AD01 – AD01: Administration of College Policies
  • AD02 – AD02: Compliance with Ontario’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
  • AD03 – AD03: College Policy Regarding Conflict of Interest Procurement Protection for College Volunteers and their Companies
  • AD04 – AD04: Fees
  • AD05 – AD05: Fee Deferral Policy (For Students Not Applying for Financial Aid)
  • AD06 – AD06: Fee Deferral Policy (For Full-Time Non-Funded Activity)
  • AD07 – AD07: Unreturned College Property and Unpaid Debts
  • AD08 – AD08: Theft
  • AD09 – AD09: College Corporate Image
  • AD10 – AD10: Certificate of Appreciation
  • AD11 – AD11: Student Activity, Sports, Building Fund & Health Plan Fees & the Athletics Grant
  • AD12 – AD12: Travel, Meals, and Hospitality
HR – Human Resources

 

  • A07 – A7: Election & Appointment of Members of College Constituent Groups to the Board of Governors
  • A24 – A24: Staff-Student Personal Relationships
  • D01 – D01: Professional Development (suspended pending further review)
  • D02 – D02: Professional Development Leave
  • D03-B – D03-B: Professional Development – College Courses – Non-Credit
  • D04 – D04: Hiring Policy: Temporary Support Staff – Wage & Salary Administration
  • D05 – D5: Career Development Plan (Suspended pending further review)
  • D06 – D06: Job Evaluations: Administrative Staff
  • D07 – D07: Full Time Hiring Process
  • D09 – D09: Staff Update/Renewal
  • D11 – D11: Conflict Of Interest
  • D12 – D12: Employment and Education Equity for Women (Suspended pending further review)
  • D14 – D14: Vacation Policy
  • D15 – D15: College Response to the Death of an Employee, His/Her Spouse/Partner or Children
  • D17 – D17: Reimbursement of Tuition Fees for Dependent Children and Spouse/Partner of Full-time Algonquin College Employees
  • D18 – D18: Temporary Assignments
  • D19 – D19: Modified Work Program/Return to Work Policy
  • HR03 – HR03: Tuition Assistance – Algonquin College Courses
  • HR04 – HR04: Tuition Assistance – Degree Completion
  • HR08 – HR08: Hiring of Temporary Support and Administrative Staff
  • HR10 – HR10: New Employee Orientation
  • HR16 – HR16: Leave of Absence for Personal Reasons
  • HR22 – HR22: Harassment/Discrimination


HS – Health, Safety and Security
  • A02 – A2: In-Line Skating/Skateboarding/Bicycling
  • A05 – A5: No Smoking Policy
  • A13 – A13: HIV (AIDS)
  • A15 – A15: Fire Safety & Emergency Evacuation
  • A17 – A17: Accident Reporting and Investigation
  • A18 – A18: Fatal or Critical Injuries
  • A19 – A19: First Aid
  • A20 – A20: Disaster Response Planning
  • A22 – A22: Workplace Harassment & Violence Prevention
  • C01 – C1: Emergency Campus Closing
  • C09 – C9: Staff and Student Identification
  • D13 – D13: Vaccination against Hepatitis B
  • E42 – E42: Campus Alcohol Policy
  • HS01 – HS01: Occupational Health & Safety

 

IT – Information Technology
  • A16 – A16: Acceptable Use Of Algonquin Computer Networks And Accounts
  • A23 – A23: Information Technology Scheduled System Maintenance
  • A25 – A25: College Information Security
  • B07 – B7: Evergreening Policy
  • B08 – B8: Deployment of Computing Devices to Faculty and Staff
  • C04 – C4: Voice Communication
PM – Property Management
  • B06 – B6: Residence Admissions
  • C02 – C2: Parking
  • C05 – C5: Key Control Policy
  • C06 – C6: Food & Drink in Labs & Shops
  • C08 – C8: Commercial Vendors, the Posting of Notices and the Distribution of Advertising and Newspapers on Campus
  • C10 – C10: College Infrastructure Naming Policy
  • PM01 – PM01: Physical Resources and Property Projects
RE – Research
  • RE01 – RE01: Research Administration
  • RE02 – RE02: Integrity in Research and Scholarship
  • RE03 – RE03: Research Involving Humans
  • RE04 – RE04: Use of Animals in Research, Teaching and Other Activities
  • RE05 – RE05: Intellectual Property
  • RE06 – RE06: Use of Biohazardous and Radioactive Materials in Research and Education
SA – Student Affairs
  • A21 – A21: Rights, Freedoms, Responsibilities And Code Of Conduct For The Algonquin College Community
  • E14 – E14: Emergency Loans and Advances
  • E18 – E18: Scholarships, Prizes, Awards
  • E20 – E20: Ombudsperson
  • E23 – E23: Student Complaints
  • E27 – E27: Student Conduct
  • E28 – E28: Bursaries
  • E36 – E36: College Response to the Death of a Student
  • E39 – E39: Use of Electronic Devices in the Academic Environment
  • E48 – E48: Project Hero Award

Dakota County Technical College:

Chapter 1 – College Organization and Administration

Section A – College Operations
  • 1A.1 Dakota County Technical College
  • 1A.2 Legal Status of College
  • 1A.3 Administrative Principles
  • 1A.4 Policy Development and Implementation

 

Section B – Equal Education and Employment Opportunity
    • 1B.0.1 Procedure: Reasonable Accommodations in Employment
  • 1B.1 Nondiscrimination in Employment and Education Opportunity
    • 1B.1.1 Procedure: Report/Complaint of Discrimination/Harassment Investigation and Resolution
  • 1B.2 Affirmative Action in Employment
    • 1B.2.1 Procedure: Affirmative Action in Employment
  • 1B.3 Sexual Violence Policy
    • 1B.3.1 Procedure: Sexual Violence
  • 1B.4 Access for Individuals with Disabilities
    • 1B.4.1 Procedure: Students with Disabilities
      • 1B.4.1 Form: Disability Testing

 

Section C – Code of Conduct & Ethics
  • 1C.1 Employee Conduct and Ethics
    • 1C.2 Fraudulent or Other Dishonest Acts

 

Chapter 2 – Students

  • 2.1 Campus Student Associations
  • 2.2 State Residency
    • 2.2.1 Procedure State Residency
  • 2.3 Campus Student Senate
  • 2.6 Intercollegiate Athletics
  • 2.8 Student Life
  • 2.9 Academic Standing and FA Satisfactory Academic Progress
    • 2.9.1 Satisfactory Academic Standing Procedure
    • 2.9.2 Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Procedure
  • 2.13 Grading Options
    • 2.13.1 Procedure: Grade Appeals
  • 2.18 Raffles

 

Chapter 3 – Education/Instruction

  • 3.6 Student Conduct
    • 3.6.1 Procedure Student Code of Conduct
  • 3.8 Student Complaints and Grievances
    • 3.8.1 Procedure: Student Complaints and Grievances
      • 3.8.1 Forms: Student Grievance
  • 3.32 College Faculty Credentialing
    • 3.32.1 Procedure: College Faculty Credentialing
    • 3.32.2 Procedure: Faculty Professional Development Plans
      • 3.32.2 Form: Faculty Professional Development Plan
  • 3.35 Credit for Prior Learning
    • 3.35.1 Procedure: Credit for Prior Learning

 

Chapter 4 – Human Resources

  • 4.8 Maximum Class Size
  • 4.27 Zero Tolerance of Workplace Violence
  • 4.30 Tobacco-Free Environment

 

Chapter 5 – Finance and Administration

  • 5.18 Alcohol and Other Drugs
  • 5.22.3 Blogging Procedure
  • 5.24 Email as Official Means of Communications
    • 5.24.1 Procedure Email Accounts

 

Chapter 6 – Facilities Management

  • 6.9.2 Lost and Found
    • 6.9.2.1 Procedure Lost and Found
  • 6.10 Emergency Response
    • 6.10.1 Procedure Emergency Response
  • 6.11 Parking Policy
    • 6.11.1 Procedures: Parking
  • 6.14 Vehicle Use Policy
    • 6.14.1 Procedure: Vehicle Use

Policy of Casper College:

Table of Contents

Policy Manual

Policies and Procedures as of March 17, 1998

Index Subject Date

District Board
1100:00 Casper College Community District Board Member 2/21/89
1100:01 General Powers 5/15/90
1100:10 Policy Approval 4/17/90
1100:10:01 Policies and Procedures 5/24/93
1100:10:02 Procedure Revisions & Exceptions 10/14/98
1100:20 Employee Association 4/17/90
1100:30 Surety Bonds 4/17/90
1100:35 Investment Policy Statement 4/15/97
1100:40 Reduction-in-Force 4/17/90
1100:40:01 Reduction-in-Force 8/01/93

President
1200:00 President 2/21/89
1200:01:01 Casper College Organizational Chart 7/01/93
1200:10 Board Approval or Review 4/17/90
1200:15:01 Emergency Cancellation/Closure 6/08/93

Administrative Services/Business Office
1300:00 Vice-President – Administrative Services 2/21/89
1300:00:02 Travel Procedures 7/01/96
1300:00:10 Use of College Vehicles 6/14/94
1300:01 Disbursement/Collection of Funds 4/17/90
1300:01:01 Disbursement/Collection of Funds 6/29/92
1300:05 Accounting Standards 4/17/90
1300:06 Agency Funds 4/17/90
1300:07 Capitalization of Equipment 4/17/90
1300:08 Audits 4/17/90
1300:09 Internal Control 4/17/90
1300:10 Purchasing 4/17/90
1300:10:01 Purchasing 4/01/94
1300:20 Annual Budget 4/17/90
1300:30 Insurance 4/17/90
1300:40 Tuition, Fees, Room & Board Charges, & Refunds 4/17/90
1300:40:01 Student Financial Obligations 11/12/97
1300:50 Bank Depositories 4/17/90
1300:65 Bad Debts 4/17/90
1300:70 Pledged Securities 4/17/90
1300:75 Inventory 4/17/90

Human Resources
1400:01 Employment 4/17/90
1400:01:01 Employment 3/00/91
1400:01:02 Hiring of Temporary / Intermittent Employees 1/13/99
1400:01:03 Posting of Job Opportunities 3/00/91
1400:01:09 New Employee Orientation 3/01/94
1400:03 Non-Discrimination 4/17/90
1400:03:01 Equal Opportunity in Employment & Education 3/00/91
1400:03:02 Accommodative Services 7/22/98
1400:04 Sexual Harassment 4/17/90
1400:04:01 Sexual Harassment 5/00/91
1 Revised 7/29/08

1400:05 Employee Classification 4/17/90
1400:05:01 Employee Classification 6/11/97
1400:05:07 Student Employment 1/15/97
1400:07 Job Descriptions 4/17/90
1400:07:01 Job Descriptions 5/00/91
1400:07:02 Job Description – Faculty 8/17/92
1400:07:03 Job Description – Division Chair 1/25/93
1400:07:04 Job Description – Administrative Professionals 5/01/93
1400:07:05 Job Description – Classified Staff 4/14/94
1400:09 Hiring of Relatives 4/17/90
1400:10 Performance Evaluations 4/17/90
1400:10:01 Performance Evaluations – Faculty 12/08/04
1400:10:03 Performance Evaluations – Administrative/Non-Teaching Professionals 2/01/94
1400:10:04 Performance Evaluations – Classified Staff 5/00/91
1400:12 Compensation 7/01/92
1400:12:01 Compensation – Faculty 7/01/05
1400:12:02 Compensation – Classified Staff 7/01/05
1400:12:03 Compensation – Administrative/Non-Teaching Professionals 7/01/05
1400:12:10 Overtime and Compensatory Time 11/22/94
1400:14 Training and Development 4/17/90
1400:14:01 Training and Development: Professional Leave 7/01/02
1400:14:02 Training and Development: Consulting Leave 7/01/02
1400:14:03 Sabbatical Leave 12/10/03
1400:19 Personnel File and Records 4/17/90
1400:19:02 Personnel Records 8/28/91
1400:22:01 Hours of Work 4/14/94
1400:23 Holidays 5/15/90
1400:23:01 Holidays 6/22/93
1400:24 Leaves of Absence 4/17/90
1400:24:01 Leaves of Absence 8/28/91
1400:24:02 Leave to Attend Classes 4/14/94
1400:24:03 Emergency Leave 6/22/93
1400:24:05 Funeral Leave 6/22/93
1400:24:06 Governmental Service Leave 7/22/98
1400:24:21 Annual Leave – Classified Staff 6/22/93
1400:24:22 Sick/Personal Leave – Classified Staff 1/01/95
1400:24:24 Maternity/Medical/ Adoption Leave – Classified Staff 6/22/93
1400:24:29 Leave Without Pay – Classified Staff & Administrative/Non-Teaching Professionals 9/01/93
1400:24:31 Annual Leave – Administrative/Non-Teaching Professionals 7/01/05
1400:24:32 Sick/Personal Leave – Faculty & Administrative/Non-Teaching Professionals 7/01/05
1400:24:34 Maternity/Medical/Adoption Leave – Faculty & Administrative/Non-Teaching Professionals 6/22/93
1400:24:41 Lunch/Dinner Breaks 8/28/91
1400:25 Vacation 4/17/90
1400:26 Worker’s Compensation 4/17/90
1400:26:01 Accident Reporting 4/11/95
1400:27 Miscellaneous Employee Benefits 4/17/90
1400:27:11 Employee & Dependent Scholarship Awards 4/24/02
1400:28 Retirement 5/16/95
1400:28:01 Retirement 10/22/97
1400:28:02 Voluntary Early Retirement Incentive Plan 11/01/96
1400:28:04 Emeritus Status for Retired Faulty & Administrators 11/12/03
1400:30 Employee Obligations 4/17/90
1400:30:01 Teaching Load 4/00/89
1400:30:02 Advising Load 1/06/97
1400:30:03 Office Hours 1/5/98
1400:31 Corrective & Disciplinary Action 5/15/90
1400:31:01 Corrective & Disciplinary Action – Classified Staff 4/14/94
2 Revised 7/29/08
Index Subject Date
1400:32 Grievance 5/15/90
1400:32:02 Faculty Grievance 3/17/98
1400:32:03 Classified Staff Grievances 3/17/98
1400:32:04 Administrative/Non-Teaching Professional Grievances 3/17/98
1400:32:06 Independent Hearing Examiner 3/17/98
1400:34 Drug Free Workplace 4/17/90
1400:34:01 Drug Free Workplace 3/00/91
1400:34:02 Drug Testing 1/01/96
1400:34:06 Employee Assistance Program 3/00/91
1400:36 Termination 4/17/90
1400:36:01 Terminations – Classified Staff & Administrative / Non-Teaching Professionals 3/17/98
1400:36:02 Terminations – Faculty 7/22/98
1400:40 Emergencies 4/17/90
1400:40:02 Campus or Workplace Violence 1/15/97
1400:43 Solicitations 4/17/90
1400:46 Smoking 4/17/90
1400:46:01 Smoking 2/25/98
1400:48 Copyright Infringement 4/17/90
1400:61 Employee Ethics 5/15/90
1400:61:01 Faculty Code of Ethics 11/12/03
1400:61:02 Administrative Alliance Code of Ethics Statement 3/24/04
1400:62 Conflict of Commitment 2/18/97
1400:66 Community Involvement 5/15/90
1400:67 Participative Management 4/17/90
1400:67:02 Committees 4/14/94

College Relations

1403:01 Media Relations 5/15/90
1403:02 Advertising 4/17/90
1403:03 Commercial Printing 4/17/90
1403:50 Alumni Relations 4/17/90
Student Support Services
2100:01 Student Rights 4/17/90
2100:10 Student Support Services 4/17/90
2101:01:07 Student Leave – Jury & Witness Duty 2/01/94
2101:01:08 Student Grievance Procedure 6/00/97
2101:10 Student Conduct and Campus Discipline 5/16/95
2101:10:02 Faculty Initiated Withdrawals 3/01/95
2101:15 Student Use of Alcohol 4/17/90
2101:16 Drug Free Campus 4/17/90
2101:17 Sexual Assaults 3/21/95
2101:17:01 Sexual Assault 4/11/95
2101:20 Academic Dishonesty 4/17/90
2102:10 Counseling Services 4/17/90
2103:10 Student Health 4/17/90
2103:10:05 Prematriculation Immunization 8/24/92
2104:10 Student Government 1/19/90
2200:10 Admissions Services 4/17/90
2200:20 Records Services 4/17/90
2200:20:01 Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act – Records Statement & Review Procedure 9/22/97
2202:10 Financial Aid 4/17/90
2202:10:01 Last Day of Attendance Reporting 4/11/95
2202:10:02 Financial Aid for Dually Enrolled Students 1/15/97
3300:10 Information Technology Services 7/19/95
3300:10:02 Student Electronic Mail Accounts 9/01/95
3 Revised 7/29/08

Administrative Services

3400:10 Institutional Services 4/17/90
Planning and Development
3800:10 Institutional Planning 4/17/90
3800:30 Grants Development 4/17/90
3800:40 Donations and Gifts 4/17/90
3800:50 Coordinating Fund Raising 4/17/90
Administrative Services
3900:01 Auxiliary Enterprises 4/17/90
Student Housing
3900:10 Student Housing 4/17/90
3900:50 Facilities Scheduling & Use 4/17/90
3907:50 Athletic Financial Assistance 4/17/90

Instructional Services

4000:01 Academic Freedom 4/17/90
4000:02 Separation of Church and State 4/18/95
4000:06 Geographic Domain 4/17/90
4000:06:01 Course Approval 1/25/93
4000:11 Faculty Qualifications 4/17/90
4000:21 Contracts 4/17/90
4000:21:02 Continuing Contract Committee 12/08/04
4000:31 Appointed Division Chairs 9/18/96
4000:31:01 Division Chair Appointment 12/13/96
4000:31:02 Division Chair Compensation 1/05/98
4000:41 Library 4/17/90
4000:51 Community Service 4/17/90
4000:61 Advisory Committees 4/17/90
4000:61:01 Course Approval 1/25/93
4000:71:01 Student WWW Home Page Accounts 4/01/96

Physical Plant

5000:01 Operation and Maintenance of Physical Plant 4/17/90
5000:10 Equipment Safety 4/17/90
5000:15 Occupational Health & Safety 4/17/90
5000:15:04 Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Plan 9/27/95
5000:20 Surplus Property 4/17/90
5000:30:03 Key Request 1/01/98
5000:50 Pets 4/17/90
Campus Security
5700:10 Operational Policy 4/17/90
5700:50 Campus Parking 4/17/90
5700:50:01 Regulations for Operating Vehicles on Campus 6/00/97
4 Revised 7/29/08

 

 

This is all good stuff and provides me with some clarity and direction on some next steps I need to take!  ( And Yes I would rather be photographing and photoshopping!)

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