The Marshall University Board of Governors periodically approves new polices or amends existing policies controlling Marshall University. In order to ensure all constituencies have had an opportunity to comment on such actions, notices of proposed rulemaking are distributed to certain members of the Marshall community, including constituency representatives to the Marshall University Board of Governors and others identified in the Board’s "Policy on Rulemaking."
Notice of Proposed Rulemaking by the Marshall University Board of Governors
On February 20, 2020, the Marshall University Board of Governors approved resolutions initiating the rulemaking process for the proposed policies listed below.
The Board of Governors meeting agenda items containing the proposed policies with descriptions of the proposed action on each is available by clicking on the policies above.
Upon approval of these resolutions, a comment period opened and will remain open until 10:00 am on March 24, 2020. During the comment period, members of constituency groups and the public may comment on the proposed policy changes. If no substantive comments are received for any individual policy, all actions for that policy will be considered approved as final. If substantive comments are received for a policy, then that proposed policy, comments, and responses will be presented to the Board for approval at a subsequent meeting.
Comments should be sent via paper mail only (USPS mail or campus mail) to:
Office of the President
Huntington, WV 25755
Note: Policies may direct university administration to create an administrative procedure to implement the policy. Such administrative procedures are available on the individual unit’s web page or on the institutional administrative procedures web page at http://www.marshall.edu/adminproc/.
Board Policies are sequentially numbered and grouped by area:
- AA – Academic Affairs
- FA – Financial Affairs
- GA – General Administration
- HR – Human Resources
- IT – Information Technology
- SA – Student Affairs
AA – Academic Affairs
FA – Financial Affairs
GA – General Administration
HR – Human Resources
IT – Information Technology
|MUBOG IT-1||Information Technology Acceptable Use Policy||10/15/19|
|MUBOG IT-2||Information Security Policy||10/15/19|
|MUBOG IT-3||Electronic Communications Policy||10/15/19|
|MUBOG IT-4||Program for the Disposition of Surplus Computers||10/15/19|
|MUBOG IT-5||Distance Education (renamed to AA-46 Distance Education Courses)||01/28/20|
|MUBOG IT-6||Electronic Records Management||02/24/16|
SA – Student Affairs
|MUBOG SA-1||Student Rights and Responsibilities (also see administrative procedure STUDENT-3)||02/22/17|
|MUBOG SA-2||Student Academic Rights||01/22/03|
|MUBOG SA-3||Student Code of Conduct, Repealed, included in Policy SA-1||02/22/17|
|MUBOG SA-4||President’s Emergency Authority||06/28/06|
|MUBOG SA-5||Directory Information||01/15/14|