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ACADEMIC AFFAIRS POLICY ON SUPPORT FOR NON-CITIZEN FACULTY - VISA ACQUISITION

ADMINISTRATIVE MEMORANDUM

VPAA 18-02

March 12,2019

Replaces VPAA 17-01

SUBJECT: ACADEMIC AFFAIRS POLICY ON SUPPORT FOR NON-CITIZEN FACULTY - VISA ACQUISITION

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Budget Oversight Policy

Purpose of the Policy

Effective October 12, 2017, the Integrated CSU Administrative Manual (ICSUAM Section 2002.00) formalized and established a systemwide policy on budget oversight and specified that each campus must establish policies and procedures to monitor campus budget performance. As required by the system policy, this policy provides an overview of the financial reviews that will occur, frequency, action to be taken to address financial concerns, documentation, and reporting requirements. 

Controlled Substances and Alcohol Policy for Drivers of Commercial Vehicles

Controlled Substances and Alcohol Policy for Drivers of Commercial Vehicles

The complete policy can be found here.

Policy #18-03

Responsible Office:  Risk Management & Safety Services

Applies to: Employees who drive commercial motor vehicles subject to 49 CFR Part 382. Employees assigned to positions requiring either a Commercial Drivers License or an Endorsement to a Class C license.

Temporary Food Facility Policy (Supersedes EM:P10-02 Temporary Food Facilities/Food Sanitation Policy)

Supersedes: EM:P10-02 Temporary Food Facilities/Food Sanitation Policy

Responsible Office: Risk Management and Safety Services

Applies to: all members of the university community and external groups wishing to serve food on campus.

Purpose of the Policy

To ensure the safe handling of food in temporary food facilities in order to protect people from injury or illness. The observance of this policy by your organization is essential in achieving this goal.

University Operating Fund Reserve Policy

Purpose of the Policy

Effective October 1, 2015, the Integrated CSU Administrative Manual (ICSUAM Section 2001.00) formalized and established a systemwide policy on the creation and use of reserve balances. To further define the CSU Reserve Policy, Humboldt State has established the University Operating Fund Reserve Policy to guide University Operating Fund reserve planning efforts.

Academic Progress Rules (Milestones) for Undergraduate Programs

The purpose of this policy is to allow departments to establish milestones for identifying at risk students who are not making sufficient progress in their undergraduate academic programs for the purposes of intervention. Students so identified will be required to meet with academic advisors to develop a plan that will lead to successful completion of the existing program. If it is determined that successful completion of the current academic program is not achievable, then the student will be dismissed from that program and guided to a more appropriate program.