Letter HSU Policy on Content of Syllabi (VPAA 07-02 superseded by P18-01)

The Academic Senate and the President recently approved a new “HSU Policy on Content of Syllabi” (VPAA 07-02 ), which replaces the existing campus policy in the HSU Faculty Handbook and is attached for your reference. In addition to addressing the content to be included in each course syllabus, the policy also encourages all faculty members to post syllabi online in a format that is accessible to individuals with disabilities.

Co-listing of Graduate and Undergraduate Courses Policy

Humboldt State University allows individual degree programs to offer upper-division (300 or 400-level) undergraduate majors courses (no upper division general education courses) with graduate (500- or 600-level) courses having similar course content in a co-listing arrangement with a single instructor and a common meeting schedule. Co-listing (also known as co-convening or dual-listing) of courses allows for more interaction between undergraduate and graduate students and expands the opportunities for undergraduate students to be exposed to instruction at a more challenging level.

Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity in Recruitment and Appointment Policy

updated 12-2013
In order to comply with federal and state laws and regulations, the following policies and procedures, as well as the University Affirmative Action Plan, explain University policy concerning affirmative action and equal opportunity recruitment and appointment for employment, and they are incorporated by reference as part of this Executive Memorandum.

Communication and Solicitation Guidelines - HSU Alumni & Friends

The Office of Development and Alumni Relations facilitates greater communication and engagement with alumni and friends of the University (donors, civic leaders, higher education leaders, parents, etc.). We aim to improve the effectiveness of HSU’s communications with alumni and others, enhance alumni engagement with the entire HSU community, bolster the reputation of the university, and increase philanthropic activity.

Self-Support Program Net Revenue Distribution

DISTRIBUTION: Academic Deans and Department Chairs

In order to provide a consistent and transparent practice in College of Extended Education & Global Engagement (CEEGE), the percentages for net revenue1 sharing for all self-support academic programs including certificate programs will be as follows:

• College of eLearning and Extended Education – 40%

• Academic Dean’s Office (s) – 40%

• Academic Department (s) – 10%

• Academic Affairs Office – 10%