- Department Bylaws
- Department Promotion and Tenure Guidelines
- Faculty Development Leave
- Academic Program Option Areas
- Admission Requirements
- Graduate Program
- Assignment of Course and Teaching Loads
- Budget Procedures
- Faculty Support
- Other Policies and Procedures
- Courtesy Appointment Processes and Policies
- Adjunct Appointment Processes and Policies
- CYAF Funded Project Room
- Key and NCard Procedure for Department Office
- Ruth Staples Child Development Lab (CDL)
- Telephone and Messages
- Medical Emergency Forms
- Manuscript Review Process
- Outstanding Senior Awards
- Department Personnel Reference
Telephone and Messages
All faculty and staff telephones in the Department have a voice mail system for messages. Also, a department administrative assistant may take a message and leave it in the faculty member’s mailbox. In case of an emergency, the administrative assistant taking the message will try to contact the faculty member at alternate phone numbers.
If a faculty member receives a fax, the department office will let them know via email or phone call.
The University does not allow personal long distance calls from campus phones to be charged to the University, therefore, the Department cannot reimburse faculty, staff or graduate students for any personal long-distance calls.
Graduate assistants placing long-distance calls from a Graduate Office or Funded Project Room for a grant or special project should list these by date, telephone number called, room call was made in; and the location called (including directory assistance requests) on a piece of paper or electronic document and turn them in monthly to the Office Supervisor. Please indicate the grant name and WBS number.
Use of the conference phone should be scheduled ahead of time with the department office, if possible, and the appropriate departmental grant, or special project WBS number charged.