University Management Letter

Naming Facilities Humboldt State University and the California State University - Policies and Procedures (will be superseded by P18-02)

(Supersedes UML 97-1, 95-5 and 93-1)

Preface To All Policies And Procedures: Discussions regarding naming are confidential until a final decision has been rendered by the designated official(s) - the President of Humboldt State University or The California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees.

On-Campus Sales and Solicitation Policy

All solicitors must adhere to the following policy regarding the dissemination of information and/or products. Any action that would disrupt the University educational mission will not be permitted. The University regulates time, place, and manner of all forms of speech, presentations, solicitation, and sales.

I. Commercial Solicitation

Commercial solicitation means any direct and personal communication in the course of trade or business reasonably intended to result in a sale. (Title 5, California Code of Regulations, section 42350)

Plant Operations Chargeback Policy

Supersedes Executive Memorandum P86-4

The California State University Board of Trustees responded in 1983 to specific action of the legislature of the state of California by directing that each campus develop a full chargeback system for all new construction, remodeling, alterations or other work not classified as maintenance work performed by Plant Operations. The following supersedes chargeback policy contained in Executive Memorandum P86-4.

Campus Emergency and Conditions Information Hotline, 826-4636 (826-INFO)

Supersedes UML 95-04

A telephone information service has been established to provide the campus community with up to-date news regarding University emergency conditions and closures. 826-INFO was developed to provide critical information relating to situations that involve 1) hazards to health and property; 2) closures of buildings, streets, and parking lots; 3) emergency rescheduling of university working hours; and/or 4) conditions that otherwise affect the normal operation of the university.

Student Records Access Policy

The purpose of this Records Access Policy is to ensure that the campus community is aware of, and complies with, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as amended, 20 U.S.C. 1232g et seq. (FERPA), the regulations adopted thereunder, 34 C.F.R. 99, and California State University policy related to the administration of student education records. FERPA seeks to assure the right of privacy to the Education Records of persons who are or have been in attendance in postsecondary institutions. The University Registrar is responsible for the biannual review of this policy.