Library policy feedback and updating mechanism
In its role of oversight of the institution, and in accordance with its governing legislation, the Board of Trustees delegates policy-making authority in relation to effective administration and management.In addition, the Board of Trustees, through its governing legislation, delegates authority to establish administrative, educational and academic policies for the University.In addition, past practice and the nature of the policy can help determine the appropriate policy-making authority.If a question arises whether a policy falls under the purview and jurisdiction of (a) the Board, (b) the President, or (c) University Council, the University General Counsel and Policy Library Committee will be consulted for advice. Wiley Online Library requires cookies for authentication and use of other site features; therefore, cookies must be enabled to browse the site.
The University’s General Counsel (or designee) will be available at Policy Library Committee meetings to provide advice and consultation.They include information on tasks to be fulfilled and what steps need to be taken.Procedures that are lengthy or involved may be maintained outside of the Policy Library, but linked to in the procedures section.Faculty, staff, and students are responsible for knowing, understanding, and complying with policies that relate to their position, employment, or enrollment at the University.
Note: The Constitution and Bylaws are exempt from the procedures contained herein and will follow established shared governance processes.In the event of a conflict between a University-wide policy and a campus, school, or departmental policy, the University policy will prevail.