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  • North Dakota University System: Policies and Procedures : NDUS Human Resource Policy Manual
    Policy Manual NDUS Human Resource Policy Manual Section Topic 1 Introduction 2 Appointments 3 Qualifications for Employment 4 Probationary Period 5 Pay Policy 6 Annual Leave 7 Sick Leave 8 Worker s Compensation 9 Insurance 10 Retirement 11 Work Week 12 Overtime 13 Employment of Relatives 14 Broadbanding Policy 15 Vacancy Procedure 16 Changing Positions 17 Performance Development 18 Rest Periods 19 Holidays 20 Other Paid Leave 21 Leave Without

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu/makers/procedures/hr/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: North Dakota University System : NDUS Office Senior Staff
    Research oversees the NDUS Core Technology Services CTS and institutional research one of the most critical components of university system operations Dr Feldner previously was CIO for the Information Technology Department for the State of North Dakota where she oversaw technology activities in state and local government managed a staff of 300 employees and a budget of 82 million Feldner also held leadership roles in coordinating major IT initiatives including the Statewide Technology Access for Government and Education Network STAGEnet the Criminal Justice Information System CJIS ConnectND and the Geographical Information GIS Hub Prior to Dr Feldner s appointment as ITD s CIO she served as the Technology Director for Bismarck Public Schools where she managed the budget and staff including the development design and integration of software and hardware systems for more than 13 000 users at 26 campuses Feldner has a Ph D in educational leadership from the University of North Dakota a master of science in mathematics education from Minot State University and bachelor s of science degrees in computer science and business education also from MiSU Phone 701 328 1510 E mail lisa feldner ndus edu return to top Linda Donlin M S B S Vice Chancellor for Strategic Engagement Linda Donlin is the University System s vice chancellor for strategic engagement Donlin oversees engagement of all stakeholders in the State Board of Higher Education s vision for NDUS and development and implementation of a comprehensive strategic plan for the system This oversight includes public relations and communications with diverse NDUS external and internal audiences She previously worked at Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minn as public affairs manager where she was responsible for strategic communication with various audiences including the Board of Trustees Board of Governors 58 000 employees across Mayo s campuses and the public Donlin is a native North Dakotan and also worked as director of communications and public relations at MDU Resources Group Inc and as senior editor at Basin Electric Power Cooperative both in Bismarck She has a master s degree in management with a human resources emphasis and a bachelor s degree in business management with a minor in public relations both from the University of Mary in Bismarck Phone 701 328 2962 E mail linda donlin ndus edu return to top Tammy Dolan Chief Financial Officer Tammy Dolan is the University System s chief financial officer Dolan oversees administrative affairs as it impacts all stakeholders within the university system She previously worked in the Office of Management and Budget Fiscal Management Division as a management and fiscal analyst While there she helped develop and implement a new funding model for higher education in North Dakota which focuses on completed credit hours Her 25 year career in state government has centered on the financial and administrative operations of multiple state agencies and the legislative process In that role her expertise included a portfolio representing 20 state agencies responsible for the state s education and economic development systems She worked with OMB

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu/system/staff/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: North Dakota University System : NDUS Office Staff Directory
    Office Staff Directory NDUS Staff Directory Mark R Hagerott Chancellor 701 328 2974 Alexandria Bauer Financial Aid Assistant 701 224 2648 Tammy Dolan Chief Financial Officer 701 328 4116 Linda Donlin Vice Chancellor for Strategic Engagement 701 328 2962 Kristin Ellingson Assistant Director of Financial Aid 701 224 2647 Chris Erickson Communications Specialist 701 328 1826 Lisa Feldner Interim Chief of Staff and Vice Chancellor for IT and Institutional Research 701 328 1510 Nancy Green Administrative Assistant for Academic Student Affairs 701 328 4108 Kristie Hetzler Executive Assistant to the State Board of Higher Education 701 328 2966 Lisa Johnson Director of Systemwide Student Entry Transfer and Retention 701 858 3494 Vacant Director of Student Affairs 701 328 4109 Billie Jo Lorius Communications Director 701 328 4107 Cathy McDonald Director of Finance 701 328 4111 Terry Meyer Administrative Support Manager 701 328 2963 Maryann Olson Project and Contract Planning Specialist 701 777 3672 Robin Putnam Director of Financial Reporting Richard Rothaus Interim Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs 701 328 4136 Laura Anne Schratt Director of Audit Services 701 328 4159 Sharon Schwartzbauer Accountant 701 328 4112 Tanya Spilovoy Director of Distance Education and State Authorization 701 224 2498

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu/system/ndus-staff-directory/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: NDUS Office Staff Directory : NDUS Organizational Chart
    System NDUS Office Staff Directory NDUS Organizational Chart NDUS Organizational Chart The staff of North Dakota University System supports the State Board of Higher Education s mission to enhance the quality of life for all those served by the NDUS as well as the economic and social vitality of North Dakota NDUS and its affiliated organizations are committed to providing quality higher education as they work with the 11 institutions

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu/system/ndus-staff-directory/ndus-organizational-chart/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: North Dakota University System : NDUS Procedures
    Policies NDUS Procedures NDUS Calendar State Authorization SARA System IT Services NDUS Councils Campus Councils Consortium for Substance Abuse Prevention NDUS Home North Dakota University System NDUS Procedures NDUS Procedures North Dakota University System procedures are used to implement SBHE

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu/system/procedures/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: ND Higher Education Challenge Fund Grant Review Committee : North Dakota Challenge Grant Review Committee Minutes
    Meeting Dates Committee Agendas and Meeting Materials Guidelines Legislation Forms North Dakota Challenge Grant Review Committee Minutes 2013 Challenge Grant Review Committee Minutes 2014 Challenge Grant Review Committee Minutes 2015 Challenge Grant Review Committee Minutes NDUS Home State Board of Higher Education ND Higher Education Challenge Fund Grant Review Committee North Dakota Challenge Grant Review Committee Minutes North Dakota Challenge Grant Review Committee Minutes North Dakota Challenge Grant Review Committee

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu/board/nd-higher-education-challenge-fund-grant-review-committee-/challenge-grant-minutes/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: Paying for College : North Dakota Grants & Scholarships
    required Please complete the application form with the ND Department of Public Instruction return to top North Dakota Indian Scholarships Amount Students can earn up to 2 000 in scholarship funding per year Recipients must maintain GPAs of 2 0 or higher Who is eligible Applicants must be North Dakota residents and enrolled members of federally recognized Indian tribe They must be accepted for admission by a North Dakota institution of higher learning or state vocational education program and be enrolled as full time students Scholarships are based on unmet need as well as merit Students with a cumulative GPA of 2 0 3 499 must show unmet need to qualify Students with a cumulative GPA of 3 50 or high can qualify based on merit How to apply Download the 2015 16 application form or request an application from North Dakota University System 701 224 2648 return to top North Dakota Scholars Program This program provides merit based full tuition scholarships to qualifying North Dakota high school graduates who choose to earn undergraduate degrees in North Dakota Amount The amount of the scholarship is equal to the tuition rate charged at the scholar s institution not to exceed the highest regular resident undergraduate tuition rate in the North Dakota University System Scholars may receive the award for nor more than eight semesters or twelve quarters of full time undergraduate study or until the attainment of a baccalaureate degree whichever occurs first Stipends may be awarded in an amount not to exceed two thousand dollars annually Scholarships and stipends if awarded will be sent directly to the institution the student is attending Who is eligible for consideration High school students who score at or above the ninety fifth percentile among those who took the ACT prior to July 1st in the calendar year preceding the individual s enrollment in college will be considered for the award Students will be awarded in descending rank order until available funds are expended or until the pool of applicants has been exhausted Additional eligibility information is available in NDUS Procedure 500 2 How to apply Take the ACT Assessment prior to July 1 in the calendar year preceding the student s full time enrollment in college No separate application is required return to top North Dakota State Student Incentive Grant Program Also known as the State Grant Program this program provides non repayable grants to North Dakota residents who are first time undergraduate students and who attend qualifying North Dakota public private or tribal colleges Amount North Dakota State Grants award up to 975 per semester or 650 per quarter based on enrollment status Students may reapply each year by completing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid Eligibility is limited to eight semesters or twelve quarters of full time equivalent undergraduate enrollment or the attainment of a baccalaureate degree whichever comes first Who is eligible North Dakota resident applicants must have graduated from a high school in this state What you need to

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu/students/paying-for-college/grants-scholarships/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: North Dakota University System : North Dakota State Authorization & Exemption for Degree-Granting Post-Secondary Institutions
    for interstate offering of postsecondary distance education courses and programs It is intended to make it easier for students to take online courses offered by postsecondary institutions based in another state SARA is overseen by a National Council and administered by four regional education compacts How can my institution join SARA Any degree granting institution based in the United States holding proper authorization from Congress a U S state or a federally recognized Indian tribe and holding accreditation from an accrediting association recognized by the U S Secretary of Education is eligible to apply to its home state to participate in SARA if that state is a SARA member For more information click here Complaints to the North Dakota University System NDUS office regarding North Dakota degree granting post secondary institutions authorized or exempted in NDCC and those participating in the National State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement SARA The North Dakota State Board of Higher Education has delegated to NDUS college and university officials authority and responsibility to resolve student and other complaints Absent applicable law or policy establishing another remedy the first step in resolving student or other complaints or grievances is to attempt to resolve the matter directly with the administration of the involved institution under established institution complaint or grievance procedures Every North Dakota institution private for profit and public is required to establish publish and enforce policies related to redress of complaints and grievances With limited exceptions a student or other person who contacts the NDUS office regarding complaints regarding exempted or authorized North Dakota institutions or those participating in the SARA will be referred to college or university officials responsible for resolving those matters In the event that institutional processes do not result in a successful resolution of a complaint NDUS is responsible for final resolution

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu/system/state-authorization/ (2016-02-15)
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