Effective October 1, 2012, Athens State University became an independent educational institution governed by an appointed Board of Trustees. As part of the transition to an autonomous institution, the University is in the process of conducting a thorough review of all University policies, procedures and guidelines. While the review is being conducted, the University will operate under existing State Board of Education (the former governing body of the University) policies that have been bridged into Athens State University policies effective October 1, 2012.
This Policy Library is under development, and will be populated as new independent policies, procedures, and guidelines are developed and approved by the appropriate entity. If you need specific assistance with any policies, please contact the appropriate University office.
|University Management and Administration
Office of the President
|Financial Management and Physical Facilities
Office of Financial Affairs
Office of Human Resources
|Academics, Instruction and Institutional Effectiveness
Office of the Provost
Office of Enrollment and Student Support Services
|University Advancement and Alumni Affairs
Policies set by the Board of Trustees expressing the comprehensive or overriding expectations and/or requirements of the Board, as the executive body governing the University, related to achieving the mission of the University or to the duties of the President..
Policies and associated procedures and/or guidelines defining the specific expectations or requirements of the President for each administrator, area, or function of the University, in accordance with the comprehensive requirements defined in the University Policies. Operating policies generally fall into one of the seven categories below.
Policies that are of a general administrative or operation nature and that apply broadly to members of the University community.
Policies related to the academic programs and courses offered by the University.
Policies related to accounting, budgeting, grants, procurement, travel, and other financial functions of the University.
IV. Human Resources
Policies related to employees and their working relationship with the University, including hiring, compensation, leave, performance evaluations, and related issues.
V. Student Affairs
Policies related to student life, student code of conduct, and other areas directly related to students as members of the University community.
VI. Information Technology
Policies covering IT systems, web services, electronic mail, access, data, and related functions.
Policies related to research, facility/resource use, copyright and intellectual property, outside research consulting, and related issues.