203.01-1

Expanded Long Term Disability Plan

Applies to: Regular faculty and staff except for supplemental faculty, Graduate Employees Organization (GEO), GSRAs, students in Department sponsored groups, House Officers Association (HOA), Professional Specialists, AFSCME and Research Fellows.
  1. Policy

    The University provides a Long-Term Disability Plan so that monthly income and other benefits may be continued for totally disabled eligible faculty and staff members according to the terms of the Expanded Long-Term Disability Plan. The Expanded Long-Term Disability Plan includes a provision of partial disability coverage for Practicing Physicians.   

201.07

Salary Programs

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

    Salary programs will be established as follows:

203.02

Health and Welfare Benefits

Applies to: Eligible Faculty and Staff
  1. Policy

    The University offers a selection of health and welfare plans to faculty, staff and their dependents when benefit eligibility and enrollment requirements are met.

    Medical plans (including prescription drug, dental, and vision coverage), employee life insurance, and flexible spending accounts are offered to employees on a pre-tax basis. Other welfare benefits including dependent life and long term disability are available post tax.

201.43

Probationary Period

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

    During the initial six (6) months of regular employment employees are considered probationary. There is no obligation to continue employment through the probationary period.

201.39

Part-Time Employment

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

    Part-time employment is defined as employment of fewer than forty (40) hours per week (100% effort).

601.15

Internet Addressing: IP Address Standards at the University of Michigan

Applies to: All Departments and Units of the University
  1. Background

    The process of routing communications within the electronic environment requires that an addressing scheme be present at the network level. To accomplish routing from the Internet, an address, called an IP address, is assigned to an institution such as the University of Michigan. U-M, an organization that sends and receives millions of transactions over the Internet, has blocks of IP addresses assigned to it (IP 141.211, 141.212, and so on).

601.15-1

Domain Name System Standards at the University of Michigan

Applies to: All Departments and Units of the University
  1. Background

    When communications are received or sent between individuals, groups, institutions, or organizations on local networks, the Internet, or the World Wide Web, it is not only helpful but important to know the location of the individual from whom the communication was sent and his or her institutional affiliation. Without this information, assumptions can be made as to the affiliation, authorization, and/or association that are incorrect and perhaps misleading.

601.19

Identity Misrepresentation

Applies to: All Faculty and Staff

The University of Michigan is committed to the free and open exploration of knowledge. The authenticity of information and the context that surrounds it is of critical importance to the University's mission. As a community, we care about ideas and their origin. Using someone else’s name or assuming someone else's identity without appropriate authorization is a violation of academic integrity and community trust.