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Committee Charge

The University Policy Committee’s (UPC) role is to ensure that new or revised University policies follow an approved format and process, and to recommend them for approval by the appropriate or assigned areas (e.g., President’s Council, Board of Trustees). When a new or revised policy is ultimately approved, the committee provides notification to University personnel and updates the university webpage from which all current policies can be accessed. Finally, the University Policy Committee maintains existing policies through periodic review.

University Policy Definition

Except as limited by law, University Policy is a course or principle of action broadly applied across multiple areas of the institution in an effort to:

  1. Support the University’s strategic direction.
  2. Mitigate risk.
  3. Promote a culture of best practices.

UIU Policies

Policies are grouped by topic/area. You may also find it helpful to use the search bar to search for a specific policy.

Section 100: Academic Affairs Policies

AA-101.2: University Excused Absences and Make-Up Work

AA-102.2: Assignment of Credit Hours

AA-103.2: Copyright

AA-104: Human Subjects Application

AA-105.2: Standards for Academic Standing (SAS)

AA-106.3: Course Repeat

AA-107.2: Academic Misconduct

108: Determination of Faculty Qualifications

109: University Assessment & Program Review

110: Deployment/Readmission

111: Animal Care and Use

AA-112.2: Final Grade Appeal

113: Earned F-Grade

AA-114.2: Language Proficiency for International Students

116: Grading Scale

AA-117.2: Undergraduate Student Course Load and Credit Hour

AA-118: Final Exam

AA-119: Initial Student Engagement

AA-120: Online Student Participation

AA-121: Incomplete Grade 

AA-180: Faculty Sabbatical Leave 

AA-181: Faculty Leave of Absence