University Policies & Executive Memoranda

Campus Closure Policy

Supersedes P 00-09


When it becomes necessary to close the campus to normal operations, a number of factors will influence whether all or part of the campus will be affected. These factors include, but are not limited to, the risk of injury or death to people, property damage, and disruption to essential utilities.

Public Safety Committee

Supersedes P03-02, P84-4

The purpose of the Public Safety Committee is being revised to reflect the updated needs of the University.


To advise the President, the Vice President for Student Affairs and the Vice President for Administrative Affairs, through the Chief of Police, on matters of campus public safety including:

International Visitors - Guidelines for


Academic visitors and distinguished guests from abroad, including delegations from universities and research institutions, may approach Humboldt State University to be a collaborative partner in academic programs. These distinguished visitors should be accorded appropriate courtesy and recognition during their visits; it is essential that there be campus-wide knowledge of these visits and involvement with key offices in the planning of itineraries.

Enrollment Management Advisory Committee

(Supersedes VPAA 00-05 & P98-06)Charge:

The charge to the Enrollment Management Advisory Committee (EMAC) is to provide oversight for all issues directly affecting the enrollment and retention of students at HSU and to make recommendations to the president, the Academic Senate and the University Executive Committee on ways that we can retain, increase and improve the number and quality of students who enroll at HSU. The EMAC reports to the president.

Chair: Faculty member appointed by the president (3-year term)

Type: Administrative

Alcoholic Beverages - Comprehensive University Policy Regarding Use of

(Supersedes UML 96-6, 94-1, 92-1, And P89-3, P87-1, P76-16, P74-11)

Mission Statement

The faculty, staff and administration of Humboldt State University are dedicated to creating an environment that allows students to achieve their educational goals. Humboldt State University believes that awareness through education is necessary to promote a healthy lifestyle for our campus, and that every member of the campus community should be encouraged to assume responsibility for his/her behavior.

Nondiscrimination Policy

Rescinded and replaced by CSU Executive Orders 927 and 1074. 

Previously superseded UML 03-01

Humboldt State University is committed to maintaining an environment free from unlawful discrimination. To fulfill this commitment, the University will work to prevent unlawful discrimination from occurring and will ensure that University policies prohibiting discrimination are fully enforced.