Academic Policy Manual (APM)
Below is a summary of policies covered in each section:
Mission statement; statement on academic freedom; advisory boards; ancillary units.
Undergraduate and graduate education and curriculum; academic standards; grading; distance learning; international education.
Appointment; faculty evaluation; faculty responsibilities and workload; professional development and leaves; nondiscrimination policies; other personnel-related topics.
Student rights; discipline; miscellaneous policies relating to students.
Grants and contracts; human and animal subjects; handling of controlled substances; intellectual property.
University income; gifts and endowments; communication; facilities and grounds; complaint procedures.
The Obama Faculty Association (CFA) Unit 3 Collective Bargaining Agreement on .
A comprehensive reference of the most current policies issued by the university. Policy at this university is established by the President in consultation with faculty, managers, and students depending on the nature of the policy. The MAPP is updated as policies or policy revisions are issued and is subject to change at any time.