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Policies New and Revised
Policies/Procedures Awaiting Comment
There are no policies open for campus comment at this time.
New Policies and Procedures
Policies (and some procedures) that have gone through the two week comment period, standard review process and have been endorsed by President's Cabinet, become official Finance and Operations policies after being signed by the President. New policies are listed here.
Posted: October 10
President Kelley signed UND policy 2.27, Parking, on October 3. This final approval replaced the most recent interim approval granted on July 8, 2014.
Additionally, UND has contracted with SP+ University Services to do an assessment of the parking enterprise this fall.
SP+ University Services will arrange site visits to survey and collect data pertaining to the processes and operations of parking facilities and programs. The study will review current programs, services, procedures and policies from an operational perspective and make recommendations based on industry best practices, identified peer institutions and the special needs, objectives, resources and operating environment of UND.
The consultant's report will focus on:
- Parking allocation system and permitting practices
- Organizational structure
- Technology utilization
- Costs and fees assessment
- Enforcement culture
- Customer orientation and service culture
SP+ will also evaluate current construction and development in the context of access management and make recommendations for improvement.
Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to participate in SP+ activities and surveys as an avenue to provide additional input on UND's parking enterprise.
Parking Policy Statement: Any motorized vehicle operated on the property of the University of North Dakota is subject to all regulations governing parking at the institution. All campus parking may be restricted to vehicles with permits which authorize parking in that area or where the pay-as-you-go fee has been paid. Parking enforcement is conducted year-round, 24 hours per day.
Reason for Policy: The regulation of parking is a service to the University, and is intended to protect student, staff, and faculty pedestrian mobility; use available parking space in the best interests of the entire University; and maximize parking area consistent with land needs for the academic function, topography, financial feasibility, and maintenance of the natural beauty of the campus.
View entire policy document: Parking (2.27)
Transport, Shipment and Receipt of Hazardous Materials and Dangerous Goods (6.22)
Posted: June 9
President Kelley signed interim UND policy 6.22, Transport, Shipment and Receipt of Hazardous Materials and Dangerous Goods, on May 27. This is a new policy.
During this interim phase, the policy will help ensure all hazardous materials are transported, shipped and received appropriately; and students, faculty and staff may participate in a campus-wide comment period. The campus-wide comment period for the Hazardous Materials policy will be held June 9 – September 5. This process will allow for complete campus feedback and additional policy revision as necessary.
Policy Statement: The use of hazardous materials (e.g., laboratory chemicals, dry ice, radioactive materials, compressed gases, biological agents, equipment or instruments that contain hazardous materials, and lithium batteries and other rechargeable batteries) is an integral part of research at the University of North Dakota (UND). At times, it is necessary to ship these materials to a colleague, another research facility, back to the manufacturer, or to a field research site or other similar locations. When shipped, hazardous materials and dangerous goods must be correctly classified, packaged, labeled, marked, and accompanied by appropriate paperwork.
University personnel who ship hazardous materials and dangerous goods must be properly trained in accordance with 49 CFR 100-199 regulations. This includes general awareness, function specific, security awareness, and potentially in-depth security training within 90 days of hire, and again every three years for ground shipments and two years for air shipments. Additionally, function specific training must be tailored for each and every level and performance standard and type of responsibility.
The Department of Public Safety provides oversight, and coordinates training, shipping and receiving of hazardous materials and dangerous goods for UND. All hazardous materials/dangerous goods must be shipped and transported safely and in compliance with the rules and regulations of the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) and other regulatory agencies. Only properly trained University employees are allowed to ship or transport hazardous materials.
This policy applies to faculty and staff initiating or authorizing the shipment of hazardous materials or otherwise having a role in the shipping of hazardous materials, as well as faculty and staff who transport hazardous materials or are responsible for hazardous materials storage (such as store room personnel).
Reason for Policy: The shipment, transport, and receipt of hazardous materials and dangerous goods may pose potential environmental, public health, national security, and commercial risks, and as such, all hazardous materials and dangerous goods shipments must comply with the US Department of Transportation shipping regulations under 49 CFR § 100-199 and the guidelines established by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
To comply with shipping regulations, hazardous materials and dangerous goods must be properly classified, packaged, documented, and handled by trained employees. Failure to meet these requirements may result in delays, loss of research samples, and potential regulatory fines.
View entire policy document: Transport, Shipment and Receipt of Hazardous Materials and Dangerous Goods (6.22)
Updated/Revised Policies and Procedures
Policies (and some procedures) periodically undergo review and revision. These documents may or may not require endorsement by the President's Cabinet depending on the extent to which revisions are made. Policies and procedures that have been revised are listed here for approximately three months.
Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) (6.15)
Posted: October 13, 2014
Revisions: Changed UND Safety to Office of Safety throughout document; and clarified training requirements for lay rescuers in Procedures: Certification and Training Requirements.
View entire policy document: Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) (6.15)
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Change in University Operating Status due to Inclement Weather (3.6)
Posted: Sept. 11, 2014
Revisions: An appendix featuring procedural guidelines for departments has been added. Departments are encouraged to use these guidelines when working with personnel in other locations, or that teach distance courses away from UND's Grand Forks campus during, or in anticipation of, inclement weather.
View entire policy document: Change in University Operating Status due to Inclement Weather (3.6)
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Employee and Eligible Family Member Tuition Waivers and Tuition Assistance (3.4)
Posted: Sept. 4, 2014
Revisions: Revisions were made to reflect changes made to State Board of Higher Education policy 820. These changes are effective with the fall 2014 semester: altered policy name to include tuition assistance; added tuition assistance to coincide with tuition waivers throughout document; removed NDUS Fee, added "mandatory" to Student Fee and, added ConnectND Fee and NDSA Fee in Definitions: Fees; clarified information pertaining to family members, benefitted employees and on-line courses in Definitions: Maximum Waiver Amount; removed distance and online courses, and Master of Public Health from Definitions: Programs Not Covered; removed CTS and NDUS Office employees from Definitions: Affiliated Organizations; added Definitions: Tuition Assistance; added Principles: Employee Tuition Waivers; added Principles: Eligible Family Member Waivers; removed Procedures: Affiliated and NDUS Organizations; and clarified deadline by which forms must be submitted in Procedures: Submitting Tuition Waiver Form.
View entire policy document: Employee and Eligible Family Member Tuition Waivers and Tuition Assistance (3.4)
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Clery Act Policies
Posted: August 20, 2014
Revisions: Document revisions were made in accordance with the requirements set forth by the Clery Act, Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013, Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act and Title IX. Revisions were made by the Clery Working Group composed of representatives from Dean of Students, Public Safety, Housing, General Counsel, Human Resources, Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action, Title IX and Finance and Operations.
View policy documents:
- Alcohol and Drugs (6.4)
- Law Enforcement Authority (6.5)
- Accurate and Timely Reporting of Criminal Offenses (6.6)
- Emergency Response and Evacuation (6.7)
- Administering Timely Warnings (6.8)
- How to Report a Criminal Offense (6.9)
- Preparation and Disclosure of Crime Statistics (6.10)
- Security Awareness and Crime Prevention Programs (6.11)
- Addressing Criminal Activity Off-Campus (6.12)
- Preventing and Responding to Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking (6.13)
- Sex Offender Registration (6.14)
- Missing Student Notification (6.19)
- Access to and Security of Campus Facilities (5.3)
- Disclosure to Victims of Alleged Crimes
- Substance Abuse Education Programs
- Jennifer Rogers, Policy Advisory Group