Faculty

Periodic Evaluation of Tenured Faculty Unit Employees

Consistent with the provisions set forth in Section 15.29 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), and the overall mission of Humboldt State University, the purpose of the HSU Policy on Periodic Evaluation of Tenured Faculty Unit Employees ("post-tenure review") is to provide a mechanism to evaluate tenured faculty on their academic performance, and to make any adjustments (if necessary) based on the evaluation in order to continue the longstanding HSU tradition of excellence in teaching, service and scholarship. All provisions of the HSU Policy on Periodic Evaluation of Tenured Facult

Standardized Student Evaluation Questions, effective 2006/07 AY

On April 25, 2006 the Academic Senate passed the Resolution on Developing a Standardized Core Evaluation Form.  This resolution recommended that instructional faculty incorporate twelve core questions into all student evaluation of courses starting in Fall 2006. The President accepted and approved this Academic Senate resolution on May 15, 2006. The complete resolution and the HSU Instructor Evaluation—Core Questions are attached to this Administrative Memorandum, and are also available on-line at

GUIDELINES AND POLICIES CONCERNING COURSE CREDIT UNITS, CLASS SCHEDULES, AND COURSE NUMBERING

REISSUE: Originally published on October 15, 1984, by Timothy McCaughey, Dean for Academic Planning, as a part of the conversion from the quarter system to the semester system. The section regarding the conversion of course credit units from quarter to semester system has been omitted from this updated document. Additionally the "Class Scheduling Policy" recommended by the Academic Resources Allocation Committee and the Academic Senate and approved by the Provost on April 5, 1995 is attached to this document as an addendum.

BUDGET PRINCIPLES, CALENDAR, CATEGORIES, AND PROTOCOL FOR ANNUAL UNIT PRESENTATIONS

This administrative memorandum presents: (1) a set of principles to guide the budget process in Academic Affairs;(2) a calendar that shows the major events associated with budgeting;(3) a list of budget  categories that  will  be  used  in  making  presentations before  ARAC  and  in  tracking allocation/expendituredata; (4) a definition of a base budget; and (5) a protocolthat the Provost, the deans, and directorswill use in presentingrequests for base budgets.

II-46 User Privacy Policy of the Humboldt State University Library

It is the policy of the Humboldt State University Library to respect the privacy of all users to the extent permitted by law. The Library will not reveal the identities of individual users (names, addresses, telephone numbers, social security numbers) or reveal what information sources or services they consult (books checked out, questions asked), to anyone outside of the organization unless required to by law.