This new University Policy identifies permissible and impermissible uses of various types of University funds.
This University Policy has been revised and expanded to specifically address the presence on campus of service animals, service animals in training, domestic or therapy animals, and feral or wild animals. The Policy sets forth responsibilities of the campus community and certain officers on campus, as well as consequences for violation of the Policy.
This new University Policy sets forth the bases for selection of students and the procedure for applicants to appeal denials of admission.
This new University Policy sets forth policy and procedures related to reporting suspected improper activities by University employees and protecting those members of the University community who report such improper activities from retaliation.
The revision prohibits smoking within 100 linear feet of any university building (the maximum currently allowed by law) with the exception of designated smoking areas.
This University Policy was revised in compliance with recent changes to North Carolina law (N.C.G.S. 116-143(d)) allowing waiver of tuition for only two (rather than three) courses per academic year for certain faculty and staff.
The revisions to this University Policy add new language to clarify some procedures and regulations, provide additional guidelines for food preparation, and update the names of Business Affairs’ units.
This University Policy was revised to reflect a change to the Office of State Personnel Manual, which allows that the criterion of two or more years of continuous service for staff employee of the year awards may be waived if an employee has engaged in an act that meets the criteria of safety/heroism as set forth by the Office of State Personnel.
This University Policy was revised to add that compensatory time, along with the previously stated sick, vacation/annual leave, and bonus leave must be exhausted prior to receiving an additional leave transfer from another employee.
With the completion of the Travel Procedure Manual, Business Affairs has developed this new University Policy on Travel Authorization and Reimbursement to serve as an overarching statement regarding the purpose and scope of the travel manual, and the responsibilities of University employees while in travel status as well as the responsibilities of individuals and offices that participate in the travel authorization and reimbursement process. This is the University’s initial University Policy and procedure manual related to University travel, and it documents in one place the related federal, state, and University requirements.