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Once the Committee on Administrative Policies has drafted, considered, and/or reviewed a policy, it is shared with the Senior Leadership Team for comments and questions.  Afterward, it is posted to public comment for 30 days.  Following the comment period, the Committee will consider all feedback received and respond to all signed feedback, possibly make changes to the policies, and vote to formally approve them.  

All comments are anonymous unless the comment-writer signs the comment by including identifying information.

Recovery and Distribution of Indirect Costs Policy

This document was crafted by the Office of Sponsored Research and is designed to help incentive grant-seeking activity and assist the University in supporting grant-related activities by specifying how indirect costs collected from funders are to be distributed across campus.

This policy will be available for comment until NOVEMBER 15, 2019. 

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Recovery and Distribution of Indirect Costs Policy

Indirect, F&A, or overhead costs recovered from faculty grants will be distributed among the General Fund, the Academic Dean of the college of the Project Director(s), the Project Director(s), and the OSR following the procedures described in this policy.  The percentage distributed to each party follows: General Fund 50%, Academic Dean 15%, Project Director(s) 15%, OSR 20%.

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Sensitive Data and Security Policy

This document was crafted by ITS and is part of their ongoing efforts to improve the security of our data on campus. ITS will be rolling out additional training sessions for campus users to help them understand the implications of this policy as part of October's Cyber Security Month activities.

This policy will be available for comment until NOVEMBER 15, 2019. 

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Sensitive Data and Security Policy

The ability to collect and process information for administrative and academic purposes is critical to the University’s mission. Information collected and processed may include personal information regarding students, employees or alumni. Users utilizing University computing resources or Data are responsible for managing and maintaining the security of the data, computing resources and protected information, including Sensitive Data. Protecting such information is driven by a variety of considerations including legal, academic, financial, and other business requirements. 

All employees of the University community have a responsibility to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of Sensitive Data from unauthorized collection, access, modification, disclosure, transmission, or destruction by following the Procedures described in the full policy document.

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Animals on Campus Policy

This document was crafted by the Office of Risk Management and approved by the HR Policies Committee before coming to UCAdP.  The policy was benchmarked against a number of other local institutions.  It has no impact on animals already covered by other policies and procedures, including service animals, emotional support animals in the residence halls, animals used for special events, or any animals that might be used for teaching, research, or clinical programs.

This policy will be available for comment until OCTOBER 24, 2019. 

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Animals on Campus Policy

Except for animals specifically exempted by this policy, animals (including but not limited to dogs, cats, birds, or snakes) are not permitted in any John Carroll University building at any time.  Animals such as dogs and cats may be present outdoors on campus grounds if they are leashed or held and attended at all times.  Students in residence halls are required to follow rules and restrictions on animals in residence halls.

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