Ohio University

41.121: Reimbursement for Official Travel and Entertainment




May 29, 2013

Initiated by:

Laura Nowicki | Director of Procurement Serivces

Endorsed by:

Pam Benoit | Executive Vice President and Provost

Approved by:

Roderick J. McDavis | President

Signatures and dates on archival copy
  1. Overview

    Section 126.31 of the Revised Code enables employees of the university to be reimbursed for actual and necessary travel and other expenses incurred while on official business inside or outside the state of Ohio if authorized by the university. This policy outlines the procedures and authority for expenditures and reimbursement for official travel of university employees and students.

    Persons traveling on university business should incur the lowest practical and reasonable expense while completing the travel process in an efficient and timely manner. University travelers have the duty to avoid impropriety, or even the appearance of impropriety, in any travel expense.

    Before Travel

  2. Preliminary preparation

    Go to the finance division web-site - https://www.ohio.edu/finance/.

    1. Select travel

      1. If you are a first time traveler, or it has been over three years since you last attended a travel training session, you are encouraged to sign up for training by following the instructions provided on the web site.

      2. If you do not have a travel manual, download a manual from this site for review.

      3. Check the per-diem allowance (standard, per-day dollar amount to cover meals and incidentals) for your destination.

      4. Review currency conversion for foreign travel.

    2. Select p-card

      1. Review p-card policy and check your dollar limits at the p-card home page (use the on-line access to account information).

      2. Call the p-card office (3-1960) at least three business days prior to travel if adjustments are needed.

      3. If you do not have a card, you may obtain application forms from this site. Apply at least three weeks prior to travel. Cards limited to travel-use only are available, as are a range of dollar limits. Contact the p-card office at 593-1960 to discuss your specific needs.

  3. Travel advances

    Travel advances are funds issued to the traveler, prior to departure, to cover expenses. To request an advance:

    1. Download request form from: https://www.ohio.edu/finance/forms.

    2. Submit form to the p-card office at least ten business days prior to travel.

    If an advance has been issued, a "Travel Expense Report" (TER) must be submitted within fifteen days of the traveler's return, with reimbursement check attached if needed. See policy 03.015 for details.

    Any unused monies should be turned in to the cashier's office at 010 Chubb hall with a copy of the completed "Travel Advance" form.

  4. Payments and reservations prior to travel

    The traveler's p-card is the preferred method for pre-travel payments and reservations. However the department secretary or department head's card may also be used, but for the travel arrangements listed in parts (C)(1) to (C)(3) of this policy, only. A p-card is required for the purchase of airline tickets for university employees.

    1. Registering for the event

      Keep a copy of your registration form (print a copy of on-line forms and meeting agendas). Information about activities and what is included in the fee must be submitted with the "Traveler Expense Report," and attached to the p-card statement if the p-card is charged. Registration fee may not include extraneous activities (golf-outings, fun runs, museum tours, etc.) if they can be reasonably separated from the total.

    2. Airline tickets

      1. Purchase:  Use of the p-card is required for the purchase of airline tickets for university employees. University employees will not be reimbursed for the purchase of airline tickets. Advance purchase is strongly encouraged. If a flight reservation is changed or canceled and results in an additional fee, a reason must be provided in the p-card notes screen. If the purchase is on-line, print and save confirmation showing origin, destination, price paid, and method of payment.

      2. For domestic travel:  Only coach class tickets, or their equivalent, may be purchased. Exceptions must be explained and approved in writing by the president, provost, or a vice president. The approval must be attached to the p-card statement, "Travel Expense Report," or "Direct Payment" form, as appropriate.

      3. For international travel:  If flight time approximates five or more consecutive hours from the United States port to the overseas port, a "less-than-first class" (e.g., business class) ticket may be purchased.

    3. Hotel reservations

      The department head or department secretary's card may be used to hold the reservation, but may not be used for final payment. If hotel policy requires pre-payment of the first night's room charge, the department head or secretary's card may be charged for the first night only. See part (H) of this policy ("Lodging") for further information prior to making reservations.

  5. Spousal travel

    A spouse may travel at the university's expense if the spouse's presence has a business purpose - e.g., the spouse will be delivering a speech or a hosting an event for the university, etc. For deans and vice presidents, reimbursement of spousal travel expenses requires the prior approval of the provost; all others should obtain the prior approval of the appropriate dean or vice president. A copy of the approval must be submitted with the "Travel Expense Report," or attached to the p-card statement.

    During Travel

  6. Gratuities (tips)

    Tips may be reimbursed if:

    1. Tip is twenty per cent or less of the cost of the associated goods or services, or

    2. The tip is customary and of a reasonable amount in cases where the tip cannot be associated to a specific cost (e.g., a tip to a bellhop).

  7. Automobiles

    1. Privately-owned vehicles mileage rate

      Reimbursement is made to the university traveler using the IRS's standard mileage rate (https://www.irs.gov/tax-professionals/standard-mileage-rates). The mileage rate covers all expenses incurred by the use of a privately owned automobile for university business, including gasoline, insurance, maintenance and car washes. When more than one university traveler is transported in a privately owned auto:

      1. If the auto-owner is a university traveler, then only the auto-owner may claim mileage.

      2. If the auto-owner is not a university traveler, then only one university traveler per auto may claim mileage. It is the responsibility of that traveler to compensate the auto-owner.

    2. Standard distances between travel points

      Distances are available by entering point of origin and point of destination into a mapping application, such as MapQuest (https://www.mapquest.com/directions). If distance claimed, between your point of origin and your destination, is more than twenty per cent beyond the standard distance, an explanation must be provided on the "Travel Expense Report" (TER). To determine point of origin:

      1. The first point-of-origin on a TER should be the traveler's primary university work site (per payroll office records).

      2. If you begin your business travel from an alternate location, you may list that location only if the mileage to the destination is less than the mileage from your work site to the same destination.

      3. If your home is not located in the same city as your primary work site:

        1. If you begin your business travel from home, mileage between work and home cannot be included in mileage reimbursement totals.

        2. Travel from your home to a point between your home and your primary work site cannot be submitted for mileage reimbursement.

    3. Requirements for privately owned vehicles

      1. The driver must have a valid driver's license.

      2. The driver must carry liability insurance on the vehicle as required by law.

      3. The driver must have no pending traffic violations.

      4. The driver must wear a seat belt.

      5. Pay for gasoline out-of-pocket (a p-card may not be used to purchase fuel).

    4. Rental cars

      1. Requirements:
        1. Rental must have a business purpose.

        2. Traveler should request the smallest size car that is practical. Upgrades are not allowable unless a written explanation of a legitimate need is provided.

        3. Driver must have a valid driver's license and no pending traffic violations.

        4. Seat belts are to be worn.

        5. Only actual expenses may be reimbursed (IRS mileage rate does not apply).

      2. Insurance coverage while on university authorized travel:  No form of rental company insurance is allowable for travel within the United States. The traveler who plans to rent a vehicle should print a copy of the "Proof of Insurance" form from the following site: https://www.ohio.edu/finance/purchasing/travel-insurance. The traveler should carry this form when using the rental car on university business. University insurance policies cover employees during authorized domestic travel. Comprehensive and collision claims are subject to a five hundred dollar deductible to be charged to the appropriate department. Liability coverage has no deductible. Rental company insurance is suggested and allowable for travel outside the USA only.

      3. Rental company memberships:  Ohio university employees may register for car-rental company membership cards that simplify rental procedures. Contact the purchasing and contracting office to apply.

    5. University motor pool

      University owned or leased vehicles are maintained for the use of employees on business. Policy 47.001 and policy 47.002 govern usage and rental procedure, respectively. Contact transportation services to make arrangements. Transportation services is located in the university garage on Factory street. The university covers all motor pool vehicles for liability.

  8. Air travel

    1. Commercial airlines

      1. Purchase of tickets:  A p-card must be used for the purchase of airline tickets for university employees. University employees will not be reimbursed for the purchase of airline tickets. The traveler is strongly encouraged to purchase airline tickets in advance. See part (C)(2) of this policy ("Airline Tickets") for further information.

      2. Frequent flyer miles:  The Ohio ethics commission has issued "Advisory Opinion No. 91-010," which prohibits the personal use of frequent flyer credits by state officials and employees when the credits have been accrued during official state business travel. This opinion applies to all university travelers.

    2. University air transportation service

      University personnel are encouraged to schedule university planes for business travel. Contact the university airport in Albany to make reservations (597-2602 or https://www.ohio.edu/airport/). Flight operations personnel estimate costs and assist with flight arrangements. Charges are based upon flying distance, airport charges, pilot services and expenses, and layover time.

    3. Private or leased aircraft

      Private aircraft expenses may be reimbursed if the pilot has a copy of an appropriate, current pilot certificate and proof of insurance (hull and liability) on file with the finance office. Reimbursement may be made on the basis of either the cost of the coach airfare to the same destination (including related costs to and from the airport) or the cost of university air transportation, whichever is less. The Hobbs rate is also acceptable. The avionics engineering center may use a cost study for reimbursement. The p-card may not be used for fuel purchase.

  9. Lodging

    1. The sixty-mile rule

      Overnight lodging is allowable only if the destination is further than sixty miles from the traveler's primary university work site. The sixty-mile minimum does not apply to faculty teaching at regional campuses.

    2. Cost of lodging

      Allowable cost is the single room rate plus tax - unless the other party is also on authorized university travel. If the lodging receipt states multiple occupancy, indicate either the single room rate on the receipt or provide the name(s) of the university traveler(s) who shared the lodging.

    3. Method of payment

      1. The traveler's p-card is the preferred method of payment.

      2. Personal charges must be paid out-of-pocket at checkout. Such charges (e.g., personal phone calls, movies) are not permitted on the p-card.

      3. The traveler's room may not be charged to another person's p-card.

      4. The p-card may be used to pay for the cardholder's room only, with the following exceptions:

        1. Persons sharing a room, who are all on university business, may place the entire room charge on one occupant's p-card.

        2. The rooms of students or other non-university employees (whose presence is clearly related to the business purpose of the trip) may be placed on a p-card.

      5. The university does not make direct payment to hotels for individual accommodations, with the following exceptions:

        1. Team travel for intercollegiate athletics

        2. University sponsored conferences

        3. Organized university group travel

    4. Reduced rate options

      1. Government rates:  Almost all hotel and motels have significant rate reductions for government employees, though the number of rooms at discount may be limited. To aid the traveler in obtaining the discount, the back of the purchasing card states: "Ohio university is a government service agency of the state of Ohio." It is best to inquire about this discount when reservations are made. Be prepared to show a university ID upon arrival.

      2. Other discounts may be available, and should be taken advantage of whenever possible. See https://www.ohio.edu/finance/purchasing/ for more guidance.

    5. Private lodging

      Reimbursement for lodging in a non-commercial private dwelling is authorized in the amount of twenty-five dollars per night. Report in the "All Other Expenses" column of the "Travel Expense Report," and note as "private dwelling."

  10. Meals

    1. Business meeting meals or entertainment

      Business meeting meals or entertainment must have a business purpose and must include two or more persons (at least one non-university employee is often included). Costs should be reasonable and customary for the location. Itemized receipts are required for attachment to the p-card statement or "Travel Expense Report."

      1. Use of the p-card:  The p-card is the preferred method of payment for such expenses. Consult the "P-card Manual" for proper procedures.

      2. Reimbursement after the fact:  If the expense was out-of-pocket, it may be submitted for reimbursement on the "Travel Expense Report." A properly completed "Entertainment Expense" form (EE-1 available at https://www.ohio.edu/finance/forms) must be attached to provide the proper substantiation required by the IRS. Tips for business meeting meals or entertainment are reimbursable up to twenty per cent of meal cost.

      3. Alcoholic beverages:  Regardless of the payment method used, alcoholic beverages associated with a business meeting meal or entertainment may be charged to a foundation discretionary account only.

    2. Personal meals

      Personal meals are individual, everyday meals consumed during business travel. A maximum of three personal meals per day is allowable.

      1. Same day travel:  University travelers do not qualify for personal meal reimbursement during same-day travel. IRS regulations require that an employee be away from home substantially longer than an ordinary day's work and during the time away from home, need sleep or rest (referred to as the "overnight rule" - i.e., overnight stay is required).

      2. Partial days of travel:  For partial days of travel, preceding or following an overnight stay, the following time schedule applies:

        Type of meal Personal meals are allowable if the traveler:
        Departs at or before Returns at or after


        7:00 AM

        9:00 AM


        12:00 NOON

        1:00 PM


        5:00 PM

        6:00 PM

    3. Methods of payment and reimbursement for personal meals

      1. The p-card:  You may use your p-card to buy personal meals during business travel. Per-diem rates (see part (I)(3)(b) of this policy) represent allowable costs. Itemized receipts are required for any meal that exceeds per-diem guidelines. Alcohol is not allowable, and your p-card may not be used to purchase personal meals for other university travelers. Tips are allowable up to twenty per cent.

      2. Per diem:  The per-diem allowance is a daily dollar amount covering meals and incidentals. It includes up to three meals per day, and the following incidentals: laundry, dry-cleaning, and gratuities (tips). Per-diem allowances vary according to location. Current rates can be found at http://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/104877. To choose this option, the traveler must pay for meals out-of-pocket, then claim per diem rates on the "Travel Expense Report." The following rules apply:

        1. The daily rate should be split using the breakdown by meal type as provided in the preceding link.

        2. Use whole dollar amounts only.

        3. Claim per diem rates only for personal meals at your expense. If the meal was a business meal, was charged to your p-card, was provided by the conference, or otherwise provided, per diem cannot be claimed for that meal.

        4. No receipts are required for per diem reimbursement.

      3. Actuals:  Instead of using a p-card or per diem, a traveler may opt for reimbursement of the actual cost of out-of-pocket personal meals. Per-diem rates represent allowable costs. Itemized receipts are required for any meal that exceeds per-diem guidelines. Tips are reimbursable up to twenty per cent of meal cost. Alcohol cannot be reimbursed.

      4. Mixed:  If necessary during a trip, the traveler may mix reimbursement methods using any combination of the p-card, per diem and actuals. Whenever possible however, the traveler should choose one method per trip.

    4. Personal meals otherwise provided

      1. Meals included in other fees:  If meals are included in fees for items such as conference registrations, long flights, or lodging arrangements, no further expense for those meals is allowable. However, if you are unable to take advantage of such pre-paid meals because of dietary restrictions or other circumstances, you may use your p-card or claim the out-of-pocket expense for reimbursement (per diem or actual). An explanation must be provided in the p-card notes screen, or on the "Travel Expense Report."

      2. Meals as a guest:  If you are a guest at a meal (a business or social event at the expense of another), that meal should not be listed for reimbursement on the "Travel Expense Report."

  11. Telephone calls

    To avoid expensive hotel surcharges, the use of personal calling cards or cell phones is encouraged.

    1. Business calls:  Business calls are allowable expenses.

    2. Business-personal calls:  Calls to keep your family advised of your well-being are allowable, but must be kept to a minimum (five minutes, daily, is maximum).

    3. Personal calls:  All other personal calls are the responsibility of the traveler. Do not use your p-card for personal calls on your hotel bill. Pay all personal charges out-of-pocket at checkout.

  12. Miscellaneous travel expenses

    Reimbursement may be claimed for parking charges, ferry and taxi fares, and bridge, highway, and tunnel tolls. Tips associated with taxi fares are reimbursable, but not to exceed twenty per cent of the fare. Other miscellaneous expenses may be charged to the p-card or reimbursed, if a full description is provided in the p-card notes screen, or accompanies the "Travel Expense Report." Receipts are required for any expense greater than seventy-five dollars. Traffic fines, towing, and like expenses are notallowable.

  13. Purchasing card as travel card

    The p-card must always be used in accordance with policy 55.074. Review this policy prior to travel. Some items of note that are specific to travel are:

    1. The use of a p-card is required for the purchase of airline tickets for university employees.

    2. Your p-card is the preferred payment method for all allowable travel expenses with one exception: the p-card may not be used to purchase fuel for a privately owned vehicle or aircraft.

    3. Never charge personal expenses to the p-card, even if you intend to deduct or reimburse them later.

  14. Substantiation

    Reimbursement policies for grants and contracts take precedence over this policy, and may require more comprehensive documentary evidence for expenses. The following requirements apply as a minimum:

    1. Conference information

      While traveling, the traveler must take care to save all documents substantiating the business purpose of the travel. Save conference registrations, agendas and programs outlining basic activities.

    2. Receipts

      Receipts must show the amount, date, place, and essential character of the expense.

      The traveler must save original itemized receipts as follows:

      1. All lodging expenses:  Hotel receipts should show separate amounts for lodging, meals, telephone calls, etc. (No receipt is required when claiming the twenty-five dollars per night allowable expense for private lodging).

      2. All car rentals:  The rental agreement and itemized receipt are required.

      3. Business meeting meal or entertainment:  Restaurant receipts should be itemized and show location and name of restaurant and number of people served.

      4. Actual meal reimbursement in lieu of per diem:  Restaurant receipts are required, as described in part (M)(2)(c) of this policy, if amount claimed exceeds per-diem.

      5. All other business-travel-related expenses:  Itemized receipts are required for any expense greater than seventy-five dollars.

      6. Credit card statements or charge slips are not acceptable. Photocopies of receipts are accepted only with an explanation of why the original is unavailable.

    After Travel

  15. Receipts

    Gather your receipts to attach to your p-card statement(s) or "Travel Expense Report" as appropriate. Personal expenses are not permitted on the p-card and are not reimbursable on the TER. See parts (E) to (K) of this policy, for a listing of allowable expenses and the policies that regulate each type.

  16. P-card transactions

    1. Updating information on-screen

      The traveler, or whoever is assigned the duty within the department, should update p-card travel transactions on-screen as soon as possible. Check the "P-card Manual" for the notes and descriptions that must be included for items such as business meals, hotel stays, etc.

    2. Receipts

      Receipts for p-card transactions must be attached to the p-card monthly statement and filed in the department. Files are subject to audit by the internal audit and finance offices.

  17. Completion of a "Travel Expense Report" (TER)

    To receive reimbursement for out-of-pocket travel expenses, the traveler must complete a "Travel Expense Report" (TER) and submit it to the general accounting and financial reporting office (GAFR), "218 West Union Street Office Center." If a p-card was used for all expenses, a TER is not required.

    1. Allowable expenses

      Any amount listed for reimbursement must be for an allowable travel expense and must be accurate. It must also reflect an out-of-pocket expense to the traveler (i.e., it cannot have been charged to a p-card or otherwise provided).

    2. Basic instructions

      1. The TER is available at https://www.ohio.edu/finance/forms. Check the website often for form enhancements or revisions. New, higher mileage reimbursement rates are often issued - use of an older version of the form can result in insufficient reimbursement.

        1. Comprehensive completion instructions can be found in the "Travel Manual," available at https://www.ohio.edu/finance/procuretopay/. Incorrect or incomplete TERs delay reimbursement.

    3. Do

      1. Complete all fields.

      2. Explain business purpose thoroughly.

      3. Attach conference registration forms, agendas or programs - whatever is needed to outline basic activities and schedule.

      4. Attach all required itemized receipts for expenses claimed.

      5. Include "EE-1" form for business meeting meals or entertainment.

      6. If needed, attach spousal travel approval.

      7. Even if paid by p-card and therefore not being claimed on the TER, attach a copy of hotel folio (itemized bill) and car rental agreement and receipts.

      8. Double-check accuracy of per-diem and mileage amounts.

      9. Include explanatory comments for any unusual circumstances or costs.

      10. Obtain all needed signatures.

    4. Don't

      1. List p-card charges as reimbursable items.

      2. Leave information or signature spaces blank.

    5. Use of the "Same-day TER"

      A simplified version of the TER, for simple, same-day, roundtrip automobile travel, is available at https://www.ohio.edu/finance/forms. Check the website often for enhancements or revisions to the form. Download a new form every January, when mileage reimbursement rates often change.

  18. Approval and authorization process for the TER

    The traveler must sign and date the TER personally, certifying the expenses shown are accurate and qualify for reimbursement per university policy. The TER must also contain an approval signature as follows:

    1. The approval signature must be that of an individual who is an authorized signer for charges to the account.

    2. When various accounts requiring varied approval signatures are charged, the individual who is an authorized signer for the primary account should sign as approval authority. For all secondary accounts, the appropriate approval authority should initial the form near the account number entry.

    3. When the authorized signer for an account is the traveler, a higher-level signature must be obtained.

    4. Whenever possible, the authorized signer should be the traveler's direct supervisor or his or her designee. The designee cannot be someone supervised by the traveler.

  19. Missing receipts

    A properly substantiated receipt is required for reimbursement or pcard substantiation of business travel and entertainment expenses. See part (M)(2) of this policy, for details. If the missing receipt is:

    1. Your airline ticket passenger receipt or coupon

      You must contact the airline for a copy (you may be charged for this service). All agencies are required by the airline reporting commission to keep copies of every ticket they issue.

    2. A hotel portfolio

      You must contact the hotel to request a copy or legible fax of the original hotel itemized receipt. A fax originating from the vendor will be accepted in lieu of the original receipt.

    3. A personal meal

      Itemized receipts are not required for reimbursement or pcard substantiation if actual cost is less than per diem. If cost is more than per diem, you will be given the per diem allowance for that meal.

    4. A business meal or entertainment expense

      Contact the vendor for a copy of the receipt.

  20. Charging the correct natural account

    Use the following natural account, as appropriate, when updating your p-card travel transactions on-screen, or filling out the account number information on your TER:

    Expenses to be charged against that code
    400000 Travel and living expenses - domestic
    400900 Development and fund raising travel and living expenses - domestic (fundraising, public relations, alumni meetings, etc.)
    410000 Conference registrations
    461000 Business meetings (does not include conference registrations)
    461900 Entertainment, public relations and docial expenses
    493000 Travel and living expenses - foreign
    493900 Development and fund raising travel and living expenses - foreign (fundraising, public relations, alumni meetings, etc.)

    See the "Expense Natural Account Code" list located at https://nalookup.ohio.edu/nalookup/nalookup for further information.

  21. Submission of the TER

    1. Timeline for submission

      The traveler should submit the TER within a reasonable time after return:

      1. Traveler received a travel advance: within fifteen days.

      2. Traveler used a p-card for all expenses: TER not required.

      3. All others: within sixty days.

    2. Where to submit your TER

      1. For reimbursement by check:  The TER should be submitted to the general accounting and financial reporting office (GAFR), "218 West Union Street Office Center." A check will be sent to the traveler for any reimbursement amount owed. A negative amount on the TER represents the amount owed by the traveler to the university, due to left-over travel advance dollars, or disallowed p-card charges. The traveler must return left-over travel advance dollars to the bursar's office. To reimburse excess disallowed p-card charges, attach a check for that amount to the TER, made payable to "Ohio University."

      2. Three hundred dollars or less - Rapid reimbursement:  The traveler may present the approved TER, complete with all attachments, at the Chubb hall petty cash window for immediate cash reimbursement. A web-version of a TER must be used. The traveler will be asked to show university ID, sign for the cash received, and authorize payroll deduction for any amounts subsequently determined not to be in accordance with this policy. The traveler will be notified of any adjustment prior to payroll deduction.

  22. Miscellaneous

    1. Reimbursement by a third party

      If it is known that third party reimbursement will occur, no such charges should be incurred by, or submitted for reimbursement to, Ohio university. If a third party pays the traveler's expenses after the university has made payment, the traveler must prepare a check payable to "Ohio University" for the amount in question. The check must be sent to procurement services, "213A West Union Street Office Center," referencing the number of the original TER, or the p-card transactions involved. For p-card transactions, a refund form can be downloaded from the finance website (https://www.ohio.edu/finance/forms). The account(s) originally charged will be credited.

    2. Relocation expenses

      For payment of travel expenses related to relocation of new regular faculty and staff, refer to policy 41.111. Do not charge these expenses to a p-card, or submit them on a "Travel Expense Report."

    3. Exceptions to policy

      1. Grant accounts:  Grant accounts, like all other university accounts, are subject to university travel regulations as described in this policy. However, if the grantor specifically authorizes a different policy in writing, the grantor's policy takes precedence.

      2. Approved exceptions:  Any deviations from this policy must be identified as such and must have the approval of those persons authorized to approve reimbursement, and either the provost or the associate vice president for finance. A copy of the approval must be submitted with the TER, or attached to the p-card statement, as appropriate.

    4. Planning units discretion

      1. Greater restrictions:  Planning units of the university can amend this policy to make it more, but not less, restrictive. If a restrictive change is desired, a copy of the supplemental policy must be forwarded to the associate vice president for finance before implementation.

      2. Department adjustments to reimbursement amount:  To pay a traveler less than policy allows, the department must deduct the desired amount on the "Less Departmental Adjustments" line of the TER. The traveler should show all expenses "gross" on the TER - i.e., departmental adjustments should all be reflected, and will be accepted, only on the "Less Departmental Adjustments" line.


Proposed revisions of this policy should be reviewed by:

  1. Faculty Senate

  2. Administrative Senate

  3. Classified Senate