Policies and procedures
The AUArts Policy and Procedures website is the central repository that constitutes the official version of all University wide policies and procedures.
These policies and their related procedures have been created to advance the University’s mission, core values, pillars and strategic directions, promote operational efficiency and effectiveness, mitigate or manage institutional risk, comply with legal, regulatory and other requirements, set behavioral expectations across the University community, have broad application and impact throughout the University, and communicate roles and responsibilities. As such, members of the University community have an obligation to comply with University policy.
The University Secretariat is responsible for the oversight and administration of the University's Policy Framework. Questions regarding the repository may be directed to the University Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions on specific policies should be directed to the responsible unit, as indicated on the policy or procedure.
The Registrar's Office is available to assist students with questions that arise concerning the interpretation of these policies or procedures as well as other information and regulations contained in the Calendar.
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Academic Date Setting Procedure
The intent of this procedure is to standardize the development of the Academic Schedule date setting and to provide a guideline to follow while setting academic dates and deadlines
Academic Scheduling Policy
This policy articulates the principles and priorities that inform decision making related to the scheduling of graduate and undergraduate courses to optimize the student experience as well as the use of academic space at AUArts.
Alberta University of the Arts (AUArts) is committed to ensuring the lawful and consistent collection, use, disclosure, and protection of information under its custody and control.
Annual Review of the President Procedure
The purpose of the annual review is to enable the President to strengthen their own performance, to allow the President and the Board to set mutually agreeable priorities, and to inform annual decisions on compensation adjustments and other terms of the President’s employment.