Humboldt State University is committed to making decisions based on data. The quality of those decisions is directly linked to the consistency, integrity, and completeness of the data stored in HSU’s enterprise systems. A solid governance foundation paves the way for users to trust and value institutional data and to leverage the data to its potential. Access to campus systems for the purpose of maintaining records within those systems or reporting the data within those systems should be granted to employees with a legitimate business need.
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.
Effective Date: 11/13/15
The physical facilities of Humboldt State University are resources that must be managed, maintained, and controlled in a manner that contributes most toward fulfilling the University's mission. Space is assigned on the basis of programmatic need and academic priorities, and may be reassigned if those needs or priorities change.
To provide guidance concerning the appropriate use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UASs; http://www.faa.gov/uas/) related to research endeavors at Humboldt State University (HSU).
Humboldt State University (HSU) is committed to maintaining and strengthening an educational, working, and living environment founded on dignity and social responsibility. Sexual misconduct (including sexual assault and sexual harassment), intimate partner/domestic violence, dating violence and stalking as well as acts of retaliation against survivors go against the standards and ideals of our community and will not be tolerated. HSU aims to eliminate these harmful actions through education, training, clear policy, and serious consequences for violations of this policy.
The General University Policy on Distance Education establishes an advisory committee to which questions on distance education should be referred. That advisory committee, called the ‘CEEE Advisory Council’, will become effective fall semester 2014 and will be chaired by the Associate Vice President for the College of eLearning and Extended Education (CEEE), who has oversight responsibility for distance education at the University. Membership and charge have been determined in consultation with the Provost and Chair of the University Senate.