Employment of Minors

Applies to: All employees
  1. Policy

    Every individual under the age of 18, except for those in a volunteer status, who has not graduated from high school is considered a minor and must have a working permit on or before the first day of work in order to perform work at the University.  Fourteen years of age is the minimum age for legal employment.  

  2. Regulations

A.      Age standards 

1.       Work permits are divided into two categories: 


Parking and Transportation Services

Applies to: Faculty, Staff, Students, and Visitors

General Information

Parking and Transportation Services has been established to provide University faculty, staff, students, patients and visitors with safe, reliable, clean and efficient parking and transportation services.


Summer Appointments - UM Ann Arbor

Applies to: Tenure Track Faculty
  1. Policy

    Tenure track faculty with University-Year (nine-month) appointments are obligated to provide services for a nine-month period. The nine-month period is comprised of two terms, each of which is four months in length, and one month of scholarly non-teaching time.


Remote Location Pay and Reimbursement of Dependent Relocation Costs

Applies to: Regular employees with the exception of those represented by a bargaining unit
  1. Policy

    Whenever University staff members are required to establish a temporary residence at a remote work location for extended periods of time, they will be eligible for remote location compensation and/or reimbursement for transportation costs incurred when the spouse and minor children accompany them.


Federal Intergovernmental Personnel Agreements

Applies to: All Faculty and Staff
  1. Policy

    The University may, from time to time, enter into agreements with agencies of the Federal Government which allow for the temporary assignment of University faculty or staff members to roles in those agencies or for similar assignment of Federal employees to roles within the University.


Reduction in Force (Instructional Staff)

Applies to: Instructional Staff

Prior to considering the reduction in force of an instructional staff member it is mandatory that SPG 601.02, Discontinuance of Academic Programs, be consulted. Questions in regard to how that policy relates to the instructional staff should be directed to the Office of the Provost and Vice-President for Academic Affairs.


Michigan Historical Collections - Acquisitions

Applies to:
  1. Policy

    The Michigan Historical Collections collects manuscripts, printed items and photographs of permanent historical significance primarily relating to the University, its alumni and the state of Michigan, its citizens and institutions.

  2. Restrictions on use

    The Michigan Historical Collections administers reasonable restrictions on access to unique manuscript materials, placed on them by the donor. The Historical Collections will not, however, impose restrictions independent of the wishes of the donor.


Michigan Historical Collections – Reference

Applies to:

1.  Use

The Michigan Historical Collections is a non-circulating, closed stack, research library. Materials are available for use to University personnel, students and the general public for scholarly research. All materials must be used on the premises of the library and all donor-imposed restrictions of unique materials observed. It is expected that appropriate citations will be used in finished research projects indicating which materials consulted were in possession of the Michigan Historical Collections.


Work Schedules

Applies to: All staff with the exception of those represented by a bargaining unit

I.  Policy

A.  Work schedules are designed to: