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WTU Policies

University policies guide and enable our community members to uphold WTU’s values and expectations

01. General University
Policies of a general nature affecting faculty, staff, and students. As policies are developed, subjects may include but are not limited to: policy and procedure development, general administration.
01.0 Administration
01.01 Teach Out Policy (PDF)
01.02 Policy on Policies (PDF)
01.03 University Bylaws (PDF)
01.04 Delegation of Authority (PDF)
01.05 Statement of Trustee Responsibilities (PDF)
01.07 Records Management Policy (PDF)
01.08 Vaccination and Face Covering Policy (PDF)
01.9 Information Technology
01.91 Website Privacy Policy (PDF)
01.92 Electronic Data and Information Security Policy (PDF)
02. Business and Finance
Policies governing University financial resources. As policies are developed, subjects may include but are not limited to: authorization, contracts, grants, purchasing, budgets, tuition and fees, tuition classification, student financial aid, travel, fees, audits.
02.0 Student Contracts
02.01 Student Enrollment Agreement Policy (PDF)
03. Academic
Policies governing teaching, academics and academic administration. As policies are developed, subjects may include but are not limited to: academic regulations, academic programs, admissions standards, advising, curriculum, external agreements, general education, international education, instruction, summer session, and student performance.
03.0 Admissions
03.01 Degree Completion Program Admissions Policy (PDF)
03.02 Degree Completion Program Admission by Exceptions Policy (PDF)
03.03 Verification of Student Identity Policy (PDF)
03.1 Curriculum and Learning
03.10 Curriculum Development Policy (PDF)
03.11 Distance Education Policy (PDF)
04. Campus and Facilities
Policies that pertain to the use of the campus and its facilities. As policies are developed, subjects may include but are not limited to: law enforcement, parking, buildings, infrastructure, real estate, inventory and equipment, building access, solicitation/distribution on campus.
05. Human Resources
Policies that pertain to human resources. As policies are developed, subjects may include but are not limited to: benefits, compensation, separation, diversity and non-discrimination, hiring, appointments and reassignments, leaves, absences, holidays, vacations and university closures, performance, retirement, undergraduate and graduate student employment.
06. Student
Policies governing University life for students. As policies are developed, subjects may include but are not limited to: student conduct, intercollegiate athletics, health insurance, student organizations, undergraduate student government, graduate student council.
06.0 Student Responsibilities
06.02 Student Technology Requirements Policy (PDF)
07. Public Relations
Policies that pertain to the advancement and marketing of the University. As policies are developed, subjects may include but are not limited to: publications, logos, information releases.