Link to Section F64 of the University Handbook.
These guidelines are intended to supplement existing University policies and to suggest alternative methods of addressing student conduct in the classroom setting and in online courses or discussions.
Beginning in fall 2008, a sub-committee of CAPP along with a representative from the Registrar and Room Scheduling has met to refine the final examination schedule, to incorporate changes and adjustments that accumulated over time and to develop an accompanying document to further clarify and assist faculty, staff and administrators with interpreting the schedule.
Kansas State University is committed to creating a positive environment for all students, faculty, and staff. Our collective mission is best accomplished when every member of the university community acknowledges and practices these Principles of Community.
Kansas State University's statement on nondiscrimination and compliance.
Faculty and staff members play a key role in the integrity of student records. It is incumbent upon them to maintain, report and make available information included in student educational records in compliance with the requirements of FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended) and the Student Records Policy.
Statements about accessibility, the honor code, and copyright information to include in course syllabi.
Semester final examinations are scheduled by the Committee on Academic Policy and Procedures. Once the final examination time for a course is published on the web under "Course Schedules," it may be changed only with the concurrence of the university provost.
Personnel decisions concerning such things as annual merit salary, reappointment, tenure, and promotion are based on an annual evaluation. General issues related to annual merit salary increases for both faculty and unclassified professionals are in the University Handbook Sections C30.1-C48.3.
Policies concerning e-mail, Internet and World Wide Web pages, information technology usage, copyright issues, software, security, resources, research data and records retention and disposition, and use and scheduling of technologically enhanced classrooms.
It is Kansas State University policy to assure compliance with equal opportunity laws for qualified individuals regardless of their race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, or status as a Vietnam Era or disabled veteran. K-State also promotes the full realization of employment opportunity for minorities (African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans, Asian Americans) and women through a comprehensive Affirmative Action Plan.
This brochure is published jointly by the Office of the Provost and the Faculty Senate.
The Office of Academic Personnel provides policy information and forms.