New & Revised Policies

University Policy 316, Export Control

  April 11, 2018

Status: Revised

University Policy 316, Export Control, has been revised to codify the University's institutional compliance with federal Export Control laws and regulations. The policy also provides more specificity on the groups to which it applies (i.e., all University faculty, staff, students, and visiting scholars). In addition, references to the Export Control Compliance Committee have been removed, as that committee is no longer in existence and is not required by any law or regulation.



University Policy 101.22 , Flexible Work and Telework Arrangements for SHRA and EHRA Non-Faculty Employees

  January 30, 2018

Status: Revised

University Policy 101.22, Flexible Work and Telework Arrangements for SHRA and EHRA Non-Faculty Employees, has been revised to clarify restrictions on teleworking during leave covered under FMLA and teleworking arrangements out-of-state.



University Policy 602.1 , Direct Deposit of Pay

  January 30, 2018

Status: Revised

University Policy 602.1, Direct Deposit of Pay, has been revised to add new provisions related to procedures during a Condition 2 or Condition 3 event for those employees who are not signed up for direct deposit.



University Policy 406, Code of Student Responsibility

  January 10, 2018

Status: Revised

University Policy 406, The Code of Student Responsibility, has been revised to account for recent changes in the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR) guidance regarding Title IX cases.



University Policy 602.7 , Travel Authorization and Reimbursement

  November 8, 2017

Status: Revised

University Policy 602.7, Travel Authorization and Reimbursement, has been revised to update provisions related to travel policies for grant funds and to clarify processes for travel authorizations and reimbursements. 



University Policy 602.10 , Mobile Communication Device Allowances

  October 18, 2017

Status: Re-designated

The policy previously designated as University Policy 317, Mobile Communication Device Allowances, has been re-designated under Chapter 602, Finances and Gifts rather than its former designation under Chapter 300, Research, Intellectual Property, and Information Technology. The new policy number is 602.10. This re-designation under Chapter 602 better reflects its substance and purpose. 



University Policy 702, Weapons on Campus

  September 15, 2017

Status: Revised

University Policy 702, Weapons on Campus, has been revised to be consistent with the newly revised definition of “weapons” in Chapter 5.b of University Policy 406, The Code of Student Responsibility and amendments regarding knives in state law (NCGS §14-269.2).



University Policy 407, Code of Student Academic Integrity

  August 15, 2017

Status: Revised

University Policy 407, Code of Student Academic Integrity, has been revised to improve the proper and efficient functioning of the academic integrity process. These changes include adding timelines and deadlines for adjudicating cases, increasing the number of members of the Academic Integrity Board, removing the requirement that AIB members have "professorial rank," and adding suggested educational penalties.



University Policy 406, Code of Student Responsibility

  August 15, 2017

Status: Revised

University Policy 406, Code of Student Responsibility, has been revised to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local law, federal and state guidance, and UNC system policy. In addition, the revisions remove redundancies and realign provisions to ensure a more logical flow that is easier for students to understand and for staff to administer.



University Policy 503, Fighting Words Harassment in the University Community

  June 16, 2017

Status: Revised

University Policy 503, Fighting Words Harassment in the University Community, has been revised to eliminate some ambiguous terms.  The revisions remove language that is overbroad based on free speech protections provided by the First Amendment and narrow the University’s definition of “fighting words” to be more consistent with Supreme Court jurisprudence.