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University updates several policies

The university has recently announced several updates in university policy (viewing these materials requires Route Y access):

Unemployment Compensation Policy —Added Executive Summary and updated to reflect current practice. 17 September 2003.

Student Non-discrimination Policy —Added Executive Summary and updated to reflect current practice. 17 September 2003.

Traffic/Parking Policy —Name change from "University Police Policy" to "Traffic/Parking Policy." Deleted fees and fines information and detailed explanations that are now contained on the University Police website. Deleted explanations of what each area of University Police does. 19 September 2003

Grievance/Administrative Review Policy —Added Executive Summary and updated to reflect current practice. 22 September 2003

Meals/Entertainment/Gifts/Social Activities Policy —Changed amount of annual dinner from $14.00 to $14.50. 29 September 2003

Nepotism Policy –Added Executive Summary and updated to reflect current practice. 27 October 2003

Access to Student Records Policy —Added Executive summary and updated to reflect current practice. 27 October 2003

For more information, please contact Charleen Cutler at ext. 2-3013, or email charleen_cutler@byu.edu.

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