HSU has a centralized location for service of subpoenas. For more information, please refer to: https://www2.humboldt.edu/adminaffairs/subpoenas
This document describes the email services provided by Humboldt State University (HSU), and outlines the campus’ responsible use policy for HSU faculty, staff, students, volunteers, emeriti, auxiliaries, and others who receive a university-provided email account.
ICSUAM 8000 – System Wide Information Security Policy
All persons and departments assigned an HSU email account.
ADMINISTRATIVE MEMORANDUM VPAA 13-05
August 20, 2013
SUBJECT: Name Change to Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program
Resolved: That the Academic Senate of Humboldt State University recommends to the President the adoption of the attached HSU Internship Policy dated 9/14/10.
1.1 The use of Library computing resources is governed by the Guidelines for Responsible Computing at Humboldt State University (Appropriate Use Policy) contained in University Management Letter 01-02 (April 2001) and the CSU Information Security Policy (April 19, 2010).
It is the policy of the Humboldt State University Library to respect the privacy of all users to the extent permitted by law. The Library will not reveal the identities of individual users (names, addresses, telephone numbers, social security numbers) or reveal what information sources or services they consult (books checked out, questions asked), to anyone outside of the organization unless required to by law.
Humboldt State University is committed to maintaining an environment free from unlawful discrimination. To fulfill this commitment, the University will work to prevent unlawful discrimination from occurring and will ensure that University policies prohibiting discrimination are fully enforced.
Supersedes UML 95-04
A telephone information service has been established to provide the campus community with up to-date news regarding University emergency conditions and closures. 826-INFO was developed to provide critical information relating to situations that involve 1) hazards to health and property; 2) closures of buildings, streets, and parking lots; 3) emergency rescheduling of university working hours; and/or 4) conditions that otherwise affect the normal operation of the university.