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Policy on Second Majors

Students may declare and complete a second major only if they meet the following criteria:

1)     Must declare second major before earning 90 units.

2)   Demonstrate that they can graduate with both majors completed in fewer than 140 total units.

Students who choose to complete a second major and cannot complete the required courses in less than 140 units may submit a request for an exception to the department chair and college dean. 

Policy on Changes in Majors

Students are not permitted to change majors after they have earned 90 units, unless the new major can be completed in less than 140 total units.  

Students who choose to change majors and cannot complete the required courses in less than 140 units may submit a request for an exception to the department chair and dean.   

PASSED – April 27, 2010 – Academic Senate
APPROVED – May 10, 2010 – President Richmond
EDITED – April 2, 2019 - Academic Senate
APPROVED – June 10, 2019 – President Rossbacher

Alcoholic Beverages Policy

Responsible Office: Risk Management and Safety Services

Applies to:
All members of the University community and non-HSU groups requesting permission to serve alcoholic beverages at University events and non-HSU groups requesting permission to serve alcoholic beverages on University property.

Supersedes: EM:P11-01, UML 96-6, 94-1, 92-1, and P89-3, P87-1, P76-16, P74-11

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.