Policies in Process

New Policies in Process, as of 2/19/19

  • Use of U.S. Department of Defense Seals or Military Insignias for Educational Programs — Assists the University in complying with the tenets of the Voluntary Education Partnership Memorandum of Understanding.
  • Misrepresentation of the University's Academic Programs and Financial Charges — Assists the University in complying with the tenets of the Voluntary Education Partnership Memorandum of Understanding.

Previously noted as in process:

  • Institutional Base Salary — To facilitate compliance with applicable sponsor and statutory regulations in the conduct of sponsored research, the University is establishing a policy that provides a clear definition of Institutional Base Salary (IBS), and documents control activities required for the management and monitoring of compensation costs on federal awards.
  • Faculty and Staff International Travel — Sets forth requirements to promote the health, safety, and security of person traveling internationally on University-related purposes.
  • Employees Performing Work for the University and a Related-Foundation — Establishes guidance for how Joint Engagements will be managed by the University.
  • Use of E-mail for Official Communication with Employees — Establishes e-mail as the official means of communicating matters relating to job responsibilities, benefits, etc.
  • Fabrication of Equipment — Establishes requirements for determining the type of fabrication and correct application of F&A rates.
  • Charging for Incidental Use of University Space — Establishes a framework for setting rates to recover costs associated with incidental use of E&G space.
  • Establishing and Managing Academic Activities Abroad — Requires all education abroad activities at the University comply with standard administrative policies and are subject to oversight by ISO.
  • Use of Materials with Sexually Explicit Content — Fulfills the University's obligation under state law to notify employees that accessing, viewing, printing, downloading, storing or transmitting materials with sexually explicit or obscene content violates state law.

Existing Policy Under Review, as of 2/19/19

Previously noted as in process: