|Procedure:||Policies and Procedures: Adding, Revising, or Deleting|
|Policy No.:||Introduction: ii|
|Contact:||Assistant to the President|
Approval Authority: The College Council is the recommending authority for all additions, revisions, or deletions of policies/procedures, as authorized by the College President and subject to the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) Board of Regents approval.
College Wide: includes information of interest to the entire College community. It is recommended that departmental procedures/policies be placed on departmental web pages.
Originating Division/Department: is the responsible division/department authorized to implement and/or modify the usage of the policy/procedures.
Contact: is the position responsible for maintaining, reviewing, revising, modifying, and answering any inquiries regarding the policy/procedure.
Policies: are broad guidelines that chart a course of action. They tell what is wanted and may include why and how much. A policy has the following characteristics:
Policy Number: is the assigned administrative chapter and sequential number of the Policy/Procedure. The official policy number is assigned by the President's office.
Procedures: provide detailed directions developed by a responsible party/review authority to put policy into practice. They tell how, by whom, where, and when things are done. A procedure has the following characteristics:
NSHE Code: The Code shall establish the primary organizational structure of the System and the basic personnel policies for its faculty. In institutional bylaws, procedures, and regulations the Code shall prevail.
The Nevada Revised Statutes: The Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) are the actual Laws.
The Nevada Administrative Code: The Nevada Administrative Code (NAC) are Rules and Regulations.
Disclaimer:� This document of policies and procedures serves as an informational service only and should not be relied upon as an official record of action.� For official information, please refer to the NSHE Code, The Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS), and the Nevada Administrative Code (NAC).
|Date Adopted||July 2, 2008||Dates Revised||September 2, 2008|