New & Revised Policies

University Policy 503, Fighting Words Harassment in the University Community

  September 3, 2012

Status: Revised

University Policy 503 has been revised to add, “gender identity or expression” to the list of derogatory references and to add language notifying employees and students where to file a complaint of alleged fighting words harassment.



University Policy 101.24 , Conflicts of Interest and Commitment

  August 24, 2012

Status: Revised

This Policy has been revised to bring it into compliance with both the Public Health Service (PHS) policy and UNC Board of Governors Policy 300.2.2.



University Policy 407, Code of Student Academic Integrity

  August 22, 2012

Status: Revised

Revisions to University Policy 407 include an increase in the size of the Academic Integrity Board, adding provisions addressing group work and work done outside the context of an academic course, adding examples of certain types of violations, and clarifying the terms of readmission after expulsion for violation of the Code.



University Policy 202, Final Examinations

  July 10, 2012

Status: Revised

This policy has been updated to reflect current practice.  University Policy 202 was initially revised in May 2007 due to changes made in the course schedule and class meeting times.  After the policy change, there remained significant confusion surrounding final examination schedules.  As a result, in Spring 2009 the Office of the Registrar worked with members of the faculty to develop recommendations to resolve the issues related to the final exam schedule.  The resulting recommendation, endorsed by the Associate Deans Council, removed the need for department chairs and associate deans to be involved in the process of changing final exam times.  This became the “practice” beginning in Fall 2009 and has worked smoothly since then.  In addition, an electronic Final Examination Conflict form has eliminated the need for students to obtain the form from the Office of Registrar in person.  Finally, the changes also include reference to the related Academic Calendar policy and the Faculty Council’s recent motion that no activities be required on Reading Day.



University Policy 101.9 , Employee Assistance Program

  June 27, 2012

Status: Revised

On June 27, 2012, Chancellor Dubois approved revisions to University Policy 101.9, Employee Assistance Program. These revisions, made in consultation with the Human Resources Department, reflect changes in the EAP vendor and program benefits, and clarify the procedures for self (voluntary) referrals and directed referrals.



University Policy 408, Student Involuntary Protective Withdrawal Policy

  March 5, 2012

Status: Revised

The revisions were made in response to amendments to regulations implementing Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act.



University Policy 101.15 , Additional Compensation for Professional Services to the University

  February 22, 2012

Status: Revised

This rewritten University Policy now achieves two objectives: (1) to bring the University into compliance with cost accounting regulations, and (2) simplifies the University’s rules for additional compensation.



University Policy 208, Substantive Change Compliance Policy

  February 22, 2012

Status: New

This new University Policy was established to comply with the Southern Association of College and Schools (SACS) requirement that all  SACS institutions have a policy on substantive changes in their programs.



University Policy 302, Web Communications

  February 16, 2012

Status: Revised

Changes to the University Policy’s title and the content of the University Policy were made to reflect new web management and processes for both University websites and for University sponsored Social Media.



University Policy 101.20 , Lactation Policy

  January 4, 2012

Status: New

The purpose of the University Policy is to provide employees who are nursing mothers with a private place and reasonable break time to express breast milk for a period of up to one year after the birth of the employee’s child.  The policy was prompted by and is in accordance with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and with the policy of the Office of State Personnel.