June 16, 2016
Humboldt State University allows individual degree programs to offer upper-division (300 or 400-level) undergraduate majors courses (no upper division general education courses) with graduate (500- or 600-level) courses having similar course content in a co-listing arrangement with a single instructor and a common meeting schedule. Co-listing (also known as co-convening or dual-listing) of courses allows for more interaction between undergraduate and graduate students and expands the opportunities for undergraduate students to be exposed to instruction at a more challenging level.
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.
POLICY: Priority and Scheduling of Registration
Students shall be allowed to register in the following order:
GROUP 1: Priority Students
Category A - Students with disabilities and registered with the Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) who would not otherwise achieve their academic goals within a reasonable period of time due to an on-going disability.
Category B - Students who participate in intercollegiate sports governed by the NCAA.