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VPAA 12-07 2013-14 Academic Calendar-Draft

Applies To:
Month/Year Posted: 
09-2012
Policy Number: 
VPAA 12-07

 

VPAA 12-06 Organizational Change in Academic Programs

Applies To:
Month/Year Posted: 
07-2012
Policy Number: 
VPAA 12-06

 Effective August 1, 2012, the Service Learning Center’s new name will be the “Center for Service Learning and Academic Internships.”

DAR 11-08 HSU Fundraising Policy

Applies To:
Month/Year Posted: 
07-2012
Policy Number: 
DAR 11-08

The Office of Development and Alumni Relations (Development Office) and the Humboldt State University Advancement Foundation (HSUAF) are responsible for raising and managing private gift funds for Humboldt State University. Working with deans, faculty, and staff, the Development Office provides specialized fundraising services including annual giving, major gifts, planned giving, prospect research, and fundraising consultation. In addition, the Development Office is responsible for the stewardship of gifts.

VPAA 12-05 Name Change to Office of Distance and Extended Education

Applies To:
Month/Year Posted: 
06-2012
Policy Number: 
VPAA 12-05

Beginning in July, 2012, the current name for Office of Extended Education will be changed to Office of Distance and Extended Education.

Please ensure relevant documents, messages, websites, etc., reflect the name change. 

03-10/11-APC HSU Internship Policy

Month/Year Posted: 
10-2010
Policy Number: 
03-10/11-APC

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.

02-10/11-APC Policy for a Minimum Passing Grade Requirement for Graduate Degrees

Applies To:
Month/Year Posted: 
10-2010
Policy Number: 
02-10/11-APC

Resolved:  That the Academic Senate of Humboldt State University recommends to the President that the minimum passing grade requirement for courses used to satisfy the requirements of a Master’s Degree at HSU will be a B-; and be it further

39-11/12-APC Academic Progress Rules (Milestones) for Undergraduate Programs

Applies To:
Month/Year Posted: 
05-2012
Policy Number: 
39-11/12-APC

RESOLVED: That theUniversity Senate of Humboldt State University recommends to the President that the attached Academic Progress Rules for Undergraduate Programs, dated Spring 2012, be adopted and immediately implemented. 

06-11/12-APC Time Limit for Undergraduate Report in Progress (RP) Grades

Applies To:
Month/Year Posted: 
11-2011
Policy Number: 
06-11/12-APC

Resolution on Time Limit for Undergraduate Report in Progress (RP) Grades

RESOLVED: That the Academic Senate of Humboldt State University recommends to the President that a policy be adopted to require undergraduates to resolve a RP (Report in Progress) grade by completing required coursework within one year; and be it further

09-99/00-EX Proposed Revision of Title 5 Regulations on Undergraduate Degrees

Applies To:
Month/Year Posted: 
02-2000
Policy Number: 
09-99/00-EX

WHEREAS,    According to Collegiality in the California State University System, adopted by the Academic Senate of the California State University (CSU) in March 1985, and accepted by the Board of Trustees, the faculty have primary responsibility for curricular decisions, including “the establishment of minimum conditions for the award of certificates and degrees to students”; and

07-99/00-EP General Education Requirement for a Second Baccalaureate

Applies To:
Month/Year Posted: 
02-2000
Policy Number: 
07-99/00-EP

The Dean for Undergraduate Studies requested that the Educational Policies Committee evaluate the current policy (see attached) requiring all those seeking a second baccalaureate degree, whose first degree came from a non‑CSU institution, to fulfill all HSU general education requirements. Evaluators in the Office of Enrollment Management attempt to match courses applicants have taken at a previous institution to HSU general education requirements. Often, however, no match can be found, particularly in the areas of critical thinking, oral communication and human integration.

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