This update clarifies where public bodies should file official copies of minutes and general accounts of closed session meetings.
This new University Policy provides that the Board of Trustees is authorized to determine items of non-salary compensation for the Chancellor, and that the Chancellor is authorized to determine such items for other employees.
The revisions to this University Policy provide for the tuition waiver to include tuition and course fees, and extend the tuition and fees waiver to summer school courses for regular academic credit, which are receipts-supported. Such waiver is not permitted for any other receipts-supported course unless the Provost has approved that course in advance as eligible for such treatment. A revised form for applying for this benefit can be picked up from the Human Resources Department.
Revisions to this University Policy
This revision involves adding the North Carolina Administrative Code requirement that purchases must be pre-approved by the State Procurement Office before they are made from or through individuals who are also University or State of North Carolina employees.
The word “class” was added to the definition of “Directory Information” to make it consistent with what currently appears in the University Catalog.
Minor revisions made by the Faculty Council make specific provisions for graduate students.
Revisions to the University Policy a) simplify the document without altering its intent, b) include current operating procedures and practices of the Office of Technology Transfer, c) replace text that is redundant with text in the associated Board of Governors’ policy, and d) provide a web-based link to that policy.Language has been removed that required certain recommendations made by the Patent Committee be approved in writing by the Chancellor.
The revisions a void repeating language from the Board of Governors’ policy that is now easily accessible by the entire campus community via the Internet.The result is a much shorter version of the Policy.
Revisions address the composition of the Academic Integrity Board (AIB) by increasing the number of faculty members serving on the AIB from twelve to thirteen to account for the addition of the new College of Information Technology. Additionally, to be consistent with recent changes in the UNC Charlotte Tenure Policies and Regulations, the number of faculty members appointed from each college is in proportion to the number of full-time faculty members with professorial rank in each college. Finally, the authority to appoint members to the AIB other than the Chair is delegated to the Senior Associate Provost.