602.01

Development, Office of

Applies to:
  1. MISSION

    The mission of the Office of Development is to generate private gift revenues from individuals, corporations, and foundations in order to accomplish the purposes and objectives of the University of Michigan. In pursuit of this goal, the Office of Development provides fundraising leadership and services to complement, encourage, and support University-wide efforts to achieve comprehensive objectives for resource acquisition.

603.10

Office of Marketing Communications

Applies to:
  1. Purpose

    The Office of Marketing Communications provides consulting, creative, and project management services to University departments producing printed materials and publications, audio-visual media, and broadcast materials. OMC assists with art, graphic design, advertising, marketing and sales management, multi-media production including video, motion and still photography, market research, copy writing, printing technology, and publications purchasing.

604.01

Departmental Record Retention for Business and Financial Records

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

    The required retention period of various documents associated with an activity is dependent upon the source of funds supporting the activity. At the conclusion of the recommended retention period as outlined in sections II - VII, departmental financial records should be removed from the unit’s active files. Most of this material, including all types of records listed in section IV, should at that time be destroyed.

201.46

Personnel Records - Collection, Retention and Release

Applies to: Personnel Records for all University Faculty and Staff
  1. Policy

    The collection, availability and disclosure of the contents of personnel files is governed by regulations established by the University and applicable laws.

    The Faculty and Staff Records Office, the Medical Center Staff Records Office and the custodian of personnel files or records in various departments, schools, colleges or other University offices are subject to these regulations.

201.53

Security Clearance

Applies to: All Regular and Temporary Staff
  1. Policy

    The University may require a security clearance of its staff members, as a condition of employment in certain positions. Such clearance may be necessary for incumbents or applicants for employment, if their work requires access to information classified by the Federal Government. The determination of need for security clearance for specific positions or projects will be mutually determined by the University and the responsible Government Agency.

201.78

Unemployment Compensation

Applies to: All University Staff Members
  1. Policy

    Current and former University staff who meet eligibility requirements may draw unemployment compensation payments during periods of unemployment, in accordance with the Federal Employment Security Amendments of 1970, and the Michigan Employment Security Act.

201.85

Non-Appointment Related University Compensation

Applies to: All Faculty and Staff
  1. Policy

    Appointment as a full-time faculty or staff member generally precludes other employment at the University. Compensation for full-time appointments will cover all responsibilities to the University, including teaching, research, administrative and supervisory duties or other professional activities. Non-appointment related compensation may be approved for services which are clearly above and beyond those services which are associated with the faculty or staff member’s regular duties.

201.81

Retirement Furlough

Applies to: Regular Instructional Staff (Professorial Ranks Only)
  1. Policy

    A regular, instructional staff member of professorial rank hired prior to January 1, 1984, who meets the eligibility requirements is eligible for a terminal furlough year that may be taken as the last year preceding retirement or in partial installments over two or three years prior to the effective date of retirement, during which time the staff member is relieved of normal responsibilities and may be called upon to act in a consulting capacity to the University or to conduct research in his/her field of interest.

201.89-1

Discrimination and Harassment

Applies to: All Faculty and Staff Members
  1. POLICY

    It is the policy of the University of Michigan to maintain an academic and work environment free of discrimination and harassment for all students, faculty, and staff.  Discrimination and harassment are contrary to the standards of the University community.  They diminish individual dignity and impede educational opportunities, equal access to freedom of academic inquiry, and equal employment.  Discrimination and harassment are barriers to fulfilling the University’s scholarly, research, educational, patient care, and service missions.  Discrimin