College-Wide Policies: The College at Brockport

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All members of the College community (faculty, staff, students and visitors) are responsible for operating within the policy environment appropriate to their campus role.

This web site provides the College community with ready access to policy information to reduce risk and confusion and to provide a resource for policy management, development and review.

Contents include:

Campus Administrative Policy Development & Life Cycle Process
Ethics and Compliance Information
Policy Comments and Suggestions
Resources

Recently Updated Policies

SUNY Policy Overview: Maintenance of Public Order, Use of Campus Facilities & Campus Procedures

November 20, 2019

The College at Brockport recognizes that we are a microcosm of the broader world, in which there are many differing experiences, perspectives, and understandings. The College values diversity of identity and opinion, engaging students, faculty, staff and community members in social, cultural and political activities representative of many local, regional, national and global communities. We are committed to maintaining a safe academic environment for all community members, compliant with local and national mandates.

Campus Walkway Safety Policy

November 13, 2019

To establish a policy for the safe and unobtrusive use of service vehicles on campus, keep sidewalks and walkways safe for pedestrians by minimizing vehicular traffic, maintain access for emergency vehicles, and preserve the appearance of campus by minimizing damage to landscaped areas.

Sit-Stand Workstation Policy

November 13, 2019

This policy provides guidance on funding, acquiring and maintenance of sit-stand workstations.

Space Management Policy

October 25, 2019

The College at Brockport Space Management Policy provides a framework to support academic and non-academic program needs.

Moving Expenses for New Appointees

September 26, 2019

This policy summarizes The College at Brockport's guidelines for reimbursing moving expenses to a New York State new appointee when transporting themselves and their families and household effects to their new place of residence.

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