New and Recently Updated Policies
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The revised Student Code of Conduct, effective August 1, 2020, includes reformatting, revisions, and additions to prohibited conduct for purposes of clarity and improved reporting processes, inclusion of current practices not previously shared in the Code, as well as appropriate referral to related university policies. Clarifications and revisions have also been made in the process and procedures to provide greater detail and to reduce procedural ambiguity.
Four travel policies have been revised, effective August 1, 2020, to provide consistency in their application across the university. All travelers should be aware of these policies:
With the implementation of the P&S Classification and Compensation Review, two related policies have been updated, effective July 1, 2020, to bring them into alignment with the new structure and to facilitate pay administration. These policies are--
Due to federal rules effective June 29, 2020, ISU has a new policy governing the mailing of parcels to places outside the U.S. To help avoid customs delays, seizure of goods, or inadvertent violation of export or trade laws, the International Shipping of Parcels Policy requires submission of an international shipping form, as well as shipping through Postal and Parcel Services.
This update, effective February 17, 2020, clarifies section 4.5 Misuse of Electronic Communications of this policy.
Chalking on campus sidewalks is permitted subject to the specific restrictions detailed in this new policy, effective February 17, 2020. A campus map showing areas where chalking is prohibited can be found in the Resources section below the policy.
In response to questions about the chalking policy, the university is providing the following information:
Facility Planning and Management crews clean areas of campus, including sidewalks, on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. The schedule varies by location and also may be dictated by factors such as weather, availability of resources, the volume of pedestrian traffic, events, and campus safety. At no time is the sidewalk cleaning schedule based on the content of chalked messages or the viewpoint of individuals or groups chalking on university sidewalks. The public areas of campus are also available to campus community members for other types of expression including presentations, demonstrations, dialogues, forums, speeches, and protests.
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