|Animals, Use and Care of
This policy states that Bridgewater State University will comply with all laws and regulations relating to the acquisition, care, use and treatment of animals in the performance of authorized functions of the University.
|Attendance, Hours of Work and Punctuality|
This policy outlines the procedure for responding to notification of an employee death or death of an employee's immediate family member.
The Business Expense Policy applies to expenses incurred by an employee or trustee while in the process of conducting University business.
|Campus Security and Campus Crime Statistics, the Jeanne Clery Disclosure
A federal law that requires colleges and universities throughout the United States to disclose information about crime on and around their campuses.
|Centers and Institutes (doc)
This policy has information regarding campus centers and institutes and their standards for supporting the scholarly and service interests of Bridgewater State University's faculty, staff, and students.
|Civil Rights, Disabilities and Discrimination|
|Computer Database Access and Security|
|Conflict of Interest Law|
|Copying and Distributing Software|
|Drug-Free Workplace Policy|
|Email as an Official Means of Communication to Students|
Emergency contact information.
|Employee Leave Policies|
|Employees Responsibilities for University Email|
|Environmental Health and Safety Policy|
|Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)|
|Financial Recruitment Policy
The Financial Recruitment Policy applies to expenses incurred by an employee or trustee while in the process of recruiting potential university employees.
|Fire Emergencies and Evacuation of Buildings|
|Free Expression Policy|
|Gambling and Bookmaking|
|Grievances and Complaints|
|Harassment (Affirmative Action, Sexual, Age Discrimination, and Persons with Disabilities)|
|Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)|
The Hospitality Policy applies to meal expenses incurred by an employee or trustee while in the process of conducting University business.
|Human Subjects in Research
By conforming to state and federal laws and regulations related to human subjects in research, this policy protects subjects' rights and protects individual researchers from damages resulting from research.
|Inclement Weather Policy|
|Information Technology, Responsible Use of|
|Legal Risks of Drugs and Alcohol|
|Maintenance of Integrity of Scientific Research
This policy relates to the ethical behavior of all members of the Bridgewater State University campus involved in the conduct of research and provides procedures for dealing with suspected deviations from intellectual honesty or ethical treatment of human subjects in campus research.
|Nomination and Support of Faculty and Librarians for Prestigious External Awards and Fellowships
This policy applies to faculty or librarians who have received a prestigious external award that may be supplemented by funds at the University.
|Rape & Sexual Assault Definitions
Guidelines meant to clarify some of the ambiguity of the legal definitions and to educate students to support them in making safe decisions.
|Rape, Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence
Policy regarding rights and possible disciplinary action in response to sexual assault.
What to do if you find yourself in an emergency situation.
|Reservation of University Facilities
Guidelines which apply to the use of any university building, grounds, classrooms, etc.
|Selection Procedure for Sponsored Programs that Allow only a Limited Number of Submissions|
BSC prohibits business or trade solicitation on university property without prior written approval of the university. This policy outlines the review process.
|Transportation Policies and Procedures
The Transportation policy includes the availability of staff cars/vans for the use of university employees to conduct university business while away from the Bridgewater State University campus.
The Travel Policy applies to all travel expenses reimbursed to university employees.
Last Modified: June 27, 2012