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Emeritus Emerita Status Policy

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Issuing Office

Office of the Provost

Affected Parties

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Faculty

Complete Wording of New or Revised Policy:

Policy Language

Criteria for consideration:

Requirements for retired faculty to be considered for emeritus/emerita status include the following:

1.        
  1. Ten years or more of service as a faculty member or administrator at Liberty University.
2.        
  1. Rank upon retirement of instructor, assistant, associate or full professor.
3.        
  1. Significant contributions to the University and to the applicable field of study in the areas of teaching, research or service, or an appropriate combination.

Policy Rationale

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PROCEDURES FOR IMPLEMENTATION AND REVIEW

Policy Administrators:

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

Policy Review Cycle:

Every five years or as needed

Procedures:

Liberty University seeks to honor those who have contributed their lives, knowledge and ministry to training young champions for Christ and who then retire from Liberty University. Historically, universities have bestowed the rank of emeritus/emerita on distinguished faculty for their years of outstanding service. Retired faculty members on whom the University has conferred the designation of emeritus or emerita may continue to be active members of the university community, depending on the needs of their school and the faculty member's preferences.

Policy Keywords:

Emeritus, emerita

Definition of Glossary Terms

None specified

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Procedures

Individuals considered for emeritus/emerita status will be nominated by faculty or administrators of the department where the nominee served or other appropriate administrative unit if the department structure does not exist. Nominees will be approved by a majority of faculty in their department or administrative unit. Once approved, qualifications of those being recommended for emeritus/emerita status must be reviewed and approved by appropriate administrators. Administrators in the approval chain will include the college or school Dean, the Vice Provost, and the Provost.


Honors and privileges:

To foster this continued role and an on-going relationship with the University:

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  • Emeritus/emerita faculty members continue to be members of their academic departments and will be listed as such in University directories and catalogs.
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  • Emeritus/emerita faculty members may attend and participate in department and university faculty meetings and other activities as before retirement, but without voting rights.
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  • Emeritus/emerita faculty members may continue to participate in all ceremonial functions of the University and may march in a position of honor in academic processions.
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  • Emeritus/emerita faculty members are retained on all mailing lists that contain information of general interest to faculty members unless they specifically request that their names be removed from such lists.
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  • Emeritus/emerita faculty members may retain access to electronic mail in accordance with the Policy on Issuance and Expiration of Accounts maintained by Information Technology Services. Emeritus faculty members who maintain an active computing account with the university will also retain access to the university libraries (including borrowing privileges and interlibrary loan services).
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  • Emeritus/emerita faculty members may retain access to faculty privileges at the LaHaye Fitness Center, subject to normal fees for faculty.
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  • Emeritus/emerita faculty members may retain access to university parking and transportation privileges, subject to normal fees for faculty.
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  • Emeritus/emerita faculty members may retain access to purchasing tickets to university events at a discounted rate, and may retain faculty discounts at the University Bookstore.
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  • Emeritus/emerita faculty may audit courses without charge.

Sanctions

None specified

Exceptions

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Queries used to produce final data must be archived in the prescribed manner

For those requesting data:

Departments requesting data have the following responsibilities.

  • Submit a Service Now ticket to request the data.
    • The request shall provide sufficient detail to complete the request accurately.
    • Work with the department supplying data to ensure proper data will be received.
    • Upon receiving data, review results for accuracy to the best of your ability.
    • Publish results to the appropriate locations.

 

For those providing data:

After the help ticket request has been directed to the correct department, it will be assigned to an individual. That individual has the following responsibilities:

  • Work with the requesting department to have a thorough and accurate understanding of the requested data.
  • Develop a technique to create the requested data. This will include creation and testing of the technique and verification of the results.
  • Supply the data to the requesting department.
  • Close the ticket.
  • Using the University Data Repository, record the required information.
  • Follow internal procedures to maintain the necessary information to reproduce the results. This may be contained entirely in the University Data Repository or in other locations as deemed appropriate by each department.

 [b1]This section must be populated per SACSCOC mandate!

The Board of Trustees, President, or Provost may grant emeritus/emerita status outside of the prescribed procedure.

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University Policy Template

Policy Name:

Data Integrity Policy

Submission Date:

10/21/2015

Policy Area:

University-wide

☐ Unit-specific

 

Applies To:

Resident

Online

☒ Both

 

Action Being Taken:

Revision

New Policy

☐ Migration

Discontinue

Permission Level:

☐ Public

☐ Student

☒ Staff

☐ Admin

POLICY DEVELOPMENT

Issuing Office:

Office of the Provost

Policy Author:

Director of Analytics - ADS

Contributing Offices:

ADS, IE, Finance

Affected Parties:

Faculty and staff

Location where Existing Policy can be Viewed:

Complete Wording of New or Revised Policy:

Persons or departments seeking data created from internal university databases with the intent to 1) publish the data on a University website, 2) publish the data in promotional or recruitment materials, or 3) send the data to an outside entity such as an accrediting agency or federal/state regulatory body, must first submit a Service Now ticket.  Departments approached to provide such data shall not produce and release the data without first receiving a ticket request. The department fulfilling the ticket request must create documentation of the request and the query used to produce the data. The department will catalog the request in the University Data Repository and is responsible for saving all the necessary documentation to reproduce the results.

Policy Rationale:

To ensure integrity and continuity of published data.

SACS Criteria:

http://www.sacscoc.org/pdf/081705/advertising.pdf

Other Regulatory Criteria:

Enter Other Regulatory Criteria here.

Definition of Glossary Terms:

Data: This policy only applies to data contained within Liberty University databases. This may include information collected through applications, surveys, or other means. The data defined within this policy also include calculated values or statistical results generated from the data.

Policy Keywords:

Data publication, publishing data, publish data, data integrity

Implementation Description:

Provost/how/when will be informed/do the informing of this policy?

PROCEDURES FOR IMPLEMENTATION AND REVIEW

Policy Administrators:

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs; Chief Information Office; Vice President for Research & Financial Analysis

Policy Review Cycle:

Every five years or as needed

Procedures:

Sanctions:

Sanctions will be determined by the Provost on a case by case basis.

Exceptions:

None

Other Policy Link Locations:

Enter Policy Link Locations here.

POLICY APPROVAL [b1] (Official Approver Use Only)

Need for Legal Counsel Review?

Yes         ☒ No

Approved By:

Enter Policy Approver here.

Approval Date:

Enter Policy Approval Date here.

Implementation Date:

Enter Policy Implementation Date here.

Final Policy Number:

Enter Final Policy Number here.