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Policies/Procedures Awaiting Comment
There are no policies awaiting 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.
University Website (a Division of University and Public Affairs policy)
Posted: December 6, 2013
President Kelley signed the interim University Website policy on December 4. This interim approval will give the UND Web Team enforceable guidelines to follow during the server decommissioning process. It also allows for the opportunity to take additional feedback during the interim phase and make adjustments in the policy as necessary prior to final implementation.
Note: In accordance with North Dakota State Board of Higher Education policy 305.1.4(h) all interim policies are to be presented to President's Cabinet no later than six months after initial approval for review and decision. That stated, the interim University Website policy will return to President's Cabinet for review and final action by the President on or before May 25, 2014.
Policy Statement: The University of North Dakota (UND) is responsible for its Web content, therefore websites must adhere to University identity guidelines. Academic, administrative and affiliate websites must be constructed using the approved content management system (CMS) unless given an exemption by the Vice President for University & Public Affairs. Entities not adhering to these requirements will not be hosted on University servers.
Reason for Policy: UND resources, including its website, must be used in accordance with state laws and North Dakota University System (NDUS) procedures; and must be sustained in a manner that maintains identity guidelines and quality control, manages risk, optimizes usability, and provides consistency. This policy further defines the terms and conditions for all websites utilizing UND resources.
View entire policy document: University Website
Posted: August 29, 2013
President Kelley signed interim UND policy 2.27, Parking, on August 26. While this policy is new, it specifically outlines parking processes and procedures that have been in place for some time. During this interim phase the policy will be used to handle parking-related issues; and students, faculty and staff may participate in a campus-wide comment period. This process will allow for complete campus feedback and additional policy revision as necessary. The campus-wide comment period closed September 30.
Note: In accordance with North Dakota State Board of Higher Education policy 305.1.4(h) all interim policies are to be presented to President's Cabinet no later than six months after initial approval for review and decision. That stated, the interim Parking policy will return to President's Cabinet for review and final action by the President on or before February 26, 2014.
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)
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.
There are no updated/revised policies at this time.