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New Policies & Revisions

If you are aware of the need for a new university policy or the revision of an existing university policy, contact the policy administrator.

Updates and Revisions

Policies that have been updated or revised subsequent to the initial "Effective" date are denoted by an "Updated/Revised" date.

  • Update - An update is a non-substantive edit. Examples include updating a position title or a department name, correction of a typographical error, and repair of broken resource links.
  • Revision - A revision may be of minor or major significance. A minor revision has low significance. Examples include clarifying wording within a sentence or paragraph, or adding a paragraph to address an aspect not previously included. A major revision significantly changes the policy. Examples include new requirements, new limitations, or expanded responsibilities.