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    Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact Menu About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 2 30 03 Annual Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes Printable Version By Other Policy Summary The institution identifies expected outcomes assesses the extent to which it achieves these outcomes and provides evidence of improvement based on analysis of the results in each of the following areas educational programs to include student learning outcomes administrative support services educational support services research within its educational mission if appropriate community public service within its educational mission if appropriate Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Principles of Accreditation 3 3 1 Responsible Office s Office of the Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness 1001 One Park Place 3 2578 Responsible Executive s Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Office of Institutional Effectiveness 1001 One Park Place 404 413 2578 Full Policy Text The institution identifies expected outcomes assesses the extent to which it achieves these outcomes and provides evidence of improvement based on analysis of the results in each of the following areas educational programs

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    Services Athletics Sports Tickets Recruits Alumni News Giving Events Search Georgia State Directory Quick links Who Are You Prospective Student Parents Faculty Alumni Financial Aid Jobs Giving Campus Life Housing Parking Safety Recreation Counseling Career Services Campus Map Campus Visit Email PAWS GoSOLAR Desire2Learn Calendar About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact Menu About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 5 10 10 Operating Funds Asset Allocation 21 00 11 5 Printable Version By Board of Regents Policy Summary Operating funds will be allocated 100 to fixed income securities in accordance with the previous captioned investment restrictions Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Board of Regents Business Procedures Manual Responsible Office s Comptroller s Office 400B Sparks Hall 3 3070 Responsible Executive s SVP for Finance and Administration Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Comptroller 400B Sparks Hall 404 413 3070 Full Policy Text Operating funds will be allocated 100 to fixed income securities in accordance with the previous captioned investment restrictions Rationale or Purpose None given Policy History None Cross References None Appendix None Additional Information None given Additional Helpful Resources About Contact

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    Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact Menu About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 6 10 13 Blood Donation Printable Version By Unknown Policy Summary Employees shall be allowed a leave of absence without loss of pay of not more than eight hours in each calendar year for the purpose of donating blood Administration of Policy Mandating Authority State of Georgia Code OCGA 45 20 30 Responsible Office s Human Resources 3rd floor One Park Place 3 3308 Responsible Executive s SVP for Finance and Administration Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Human Resources 3rd Floor One Park Place 404 413 3308 Full Policy Text Each state county and municipal officer and employee in this state shall be allowed a leave of absence without loss of pay of not more than eight hours in each calendar year for the purpose of donating blood This absence shall be computed at two hours per donation up to four times per year However any such officer or employee who donates blood platelets or granulocytes through the plasmapheresis process shall be allowed a leave of absence without loss of

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    Version By Other Policy Summary All Full Time University Employees are expected to devote their primary professional loyalty time and energy to the educational research and scholarship programs of the University A Conflict of Commitment occurs when the aggregate time devoted to external activities including both paid and unpaid activities adversely affects a Full Time University Employee s capacity to meet the responsibilities of his or her position The specific responsibilities and professional activities that constitute an appropriate commitment will differ across colleges and departments but they should be based on a general understanding between the Full Time University Employee and his or her Supervisor Administration of Policy Mandating Authority URSA Responsible Office s University Research Services and Administration Dalberg Hall 3 3500 Responsible Executive s Kelly Stout Background None Committee Members None Full Policy Text For information on this policy please see http ursa research gsu edu ursa resources formsandpolicies under the Conflicts of Interest tab Rationale or Purpose The purpose of this Georgia State University Policy on Individual Conflict of Interest and Conflict of Commitment Policy is to increase the awareness of faculty and staff including part time and visiting faculty and staff of the potential for conflicts

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    Index Contact 5 30 05 Departmental Charge Card Purchases 22 00 17 1 Printable Version By Unknown Policy Summary Georgia State University allows the purchase of miscellaneous items such as paper folders binders etc from such organizations as the University bookstore through the use of a departmental charge card Green Card Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Unknown Responsible Office s Accounting Services 400B Sparks Hall 3 3070 Responsible Executive s SVP for Finance and Administration Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Accounting Services 400B Sparks Hall 404 413 3070 Full Policy Text Georgia State University allows the purchase of miscellaneous items such as paper folders binders etc from such organizations as the University bookstore through the use of a departmental charge card Green Card Rationale or Purpose none given Policy History None Cross References None Appendix None Additional Information Requests for the use of a departmental charge card are made to the Accounting Services Office which authorizes and prepares the departmental charge card see Appendix 20 1 for application The department requesting a departmental charge card should make a request by memo or e mail to the Accounting Services

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    Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 2 10 15 Student Computer Access Printable Version By Administrative Council Policy Summary All students must have access to a computer and any course offered at Georgia State University may require computer based work It is the responsibility of students to ensure their access to computers Administration of Policy Mandating Authority University Senate Responsible Office s Enrollment Services Responsible Executive s Associate Provost for Academic Programs Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address AP for IS T 13th Floor Commerce Bldg 404 413 4357 Full Policy Text All students must have access to a computer and any course offered at Georgia State University may require computer based work It is the responsibility of students to ensure their access to computers Departments and other units may establish minimum machine and software requirements including the requirement to own a computer for students in their degree programs Rationale or Purpose Computer literacy and appropriate use of information technology is a central component of current academic policies This policy does not require all students to own computers since the open access labs will provide the

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    term tuition and fee payments must be received by the last fee payment deadline for the current term to retain the account Otherwise the account will be removed from the system If the student was enrolled during the previous term and does not enroll for the current term continued use of the account is permitted during the one term of non enrollment During the non enrolled term disk space and other computer resources will be retained as long as they are available and not required for enrolled students If the student does not subsequently enroll for the next term the account will be removed from the system At this time the files will no longer be available and e mail to the account will be returned to the sender The student s directory entry can be modified to forward e mail to another location and will remain in place for one year The userid will be reserved for that user for one year after which the userid can be assigned to another individual The student must participate in at least one enrolled term during the span of a year to continue being qualified for a student computer account Faculty and Full time Staff Accounts Every employed faculty and staff member can receive a computer account Department specific accounts are permitted upon approval of the department head Generic faculty and staff accounts are available in the event that a department specific account is unnecessary A two week grace period is permitted when the owner of a faculty staff account leaves the University after which the account is disabled At this time the files will not be available and mail to the account will be returned to the sender The faculty or staff member s CSO entry can be modified to forward mail to another location and will be preserved for one year The userid will be reserved for one year after which it can be assigned to another individual Upon request by the department the removal process described above can be accelerated for an account Retired Faculty and Staff Accounts Upon retirement faculty and staff members will receive continued access to their accounts as long as sufficient resources are available to support this access Student and Temporary Employees GRAs graduate research assistants GTAs graduate teaching assistants and SAs student assistants are permitted to obtain department specific accounts upon approval of the appropriate department head If a GRA GTA or SA has not received a paycheck in 30 days the account expires on the same time line as a faculty staff account Affiliated Accounts Student Affiliates Individuals who are not currently enrolled students but require initial or continued access to computer resources for academic purposes are eligible for a computer account These individuals must be sponsored by the appropriate dean who can vouch for their association Examples of student affiliates are students working to complete an incomplete and students not currently taking courses but continuing research Faculty Staff Affiliates Individuals who do

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    Monitors for Public Display Digital signage systems are an integral component of branding public image and emergency communications therefore these monitors must conform to university standards related to information security management systems and network standards Anyone who has installed or is planning to install a digital monitor device Read the policy and follow the outlined standards and procedures E mail Directory Policy A single directory of official institutional e mail addresses is maintained and any requirement for official institutional email addresses must use this singular source Anyone at Georgia State who needs official institutional e mail addresses Use the university s Campus Directory to obtain official institutional e mail addresses to request a set of e mail addresses for further processing contact the IS T Help Center at 404 413 HELP E mail System Acceptable Use and Security Policy Describes how university e mail systems will be managed and protected Anyone at Georgia State who uses e mail anyone at Georgia State who maintains an e mail server Use strong passwords do not send confidential information via email follow procedures to send e mail messages to large numbers of Georgia State recipients Indicate on going compliance to the e mail server security standards in this policy E mail Access and Message Retention Policy All students faculty and staff must be accessible through the university selected e mail applications E mail will not be stored on institutional network devices for unlimited periods of time Anyone at Georgia State who uses e mail Accept e mail communications via the university selected e mail applications follow established standards for e mail retention periods Graham Leach Bliley Act and the FTC Safeguards Rule GSU Information Security Plan Every University department that handles or maintains customer information is responsible for identifying the type of information the form of the information and the security risks within their department and taking appropriate measures to mitigate those risks Departments at Georgia State that handle or maintain customer information Read the policy and follow the outlined standards and procedures Incident Response Policy Information Security incidents occurring on the university network or attached devices will be managed centrally by the University Information Security Officer ISO and will include other campus resources as determined by the ISO Anyone at Georgia State Read the policy and follow the outlined standards and procedures Information Systems Ethics Policy Requires appropriate and civil use of network resources describes institutional protection of user information Anyone at Georgia State using the university s computing and networking resources Information Protection and Access Policy Describes how university data and information should be accessed and protected Anyone at Georgia State that utilizes or accesses university data and information All university data and information should be protected according to its definition level of confidential sensitive or unrestricted Information Security Management System Policy Requirements ISO 27001 as a model for establishing implementing operating monitoring reviewing maintaining and improving an Information Security Management System ISMS All University personnel are responsible for the security

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