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Policies from various sources provide structure for those who work or study at UW-Stout. They help ensure that decisions and transactions are made in uniform and authorized ways. Policies communicate the position the university must follow on an issue and provide the authority needed to ensure compliance.
UW-Stout is governed by policies developed at several levels. They include federal law, Wisconsin Statutes and Administrative Code, Board of Regents' and UW System Administration policies, and policies developed at UW-Stout. To comply with a federal, state, System, or campus policy, UW-Stout develops administrative procedures to implement the policy.
Several frequently used policy sources are listed below, along with the UW-Stout office that serves as the primary contact for each. Documents available on the Internet are underlined and can be accessed by clicking on the title. Copies of other policies are available at the UW-Stout University Library and at the Planning, Assessment, Research and Quality office.
|Title of Policy Series||Source||UW-Stout Contact|
|Chapter 36, Wisconsin Statutes||Wisconsin Legislature||University Communications|
|Rules of Board of Regents, Wisconsin Administrative Code||Board of Regents
||Chancellor's Office ASLS|
|Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System Policy Documents
||Board of Regents||Chancellor's Office ASLS|
|Academic Information Series (ACIS)
||Academic and Student Affairs (ASA)|
|Academic Planning Statements (ACPS)
|Financial and Administrative Policies (FAP)||UW System
|Risk Management Policy and Procedure Manual||UW System
||Safety & Risk Management|
|Unclassified Personnel Guidelines (UPG)
||UW System||Human Resources|
||Planning, Assessment, Research & Quality|