2022

FSU Policy 7A-38 — Florida State University Institutional Office for Animal Care and Use 
NOTICE OF NEW POLICY
Summary: The purpose of this policy is to designate and outline the authority and responsibilities of the Institutional Official for Animal Care and Use.
Notice Period: June 09 — June 30, 2022

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FSU-2.024 — Tuition and Fees 
NOTICE OF PROPOSED REGULATION AMENDMENT
(Continuation of Existing --- No Change)
Notice Period: May 26 — June 23, 2022

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FSU-2.009 — Parking and Traffic Regulations 
NOTICE OF PROPOSED REGULATION AMENDMENT
Notice Period: May 24 — June 21, 2022

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FSU-3.005 — Academic Honor Policy 
NOTICE OF PROPOSED REGULATION AMENDMENT
Notice Period: May 23 — June 20, 2022

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FSU 4-OP-H-13 Electronic Mail Policy 
NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT
Purpose of Policy: to outline requirements and guidelines associated with email account use and administration at Florida State University.
Summary of Change: to update current terminology, clarify email and public record policies, update how accounts are assigned and who has access.

Notice Period: May 12 — June 02, 2022

Please send all questions and comments to obs@fsu.edu prior to 5:00 p.m. June 2, 2022

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FSU 9-12 Substantive Change 
NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT
Summary:  This is a substantial rewriting of the policy to comply with changes in SACSCOC requirements [accrediting organization] as to what constitutes a substantive change in a university program, how the university must handle such a change and how it must report such a change to SACSCOC.

Notice Period: May 03 — May 24, 2022

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Policy 4-OP-E Emergency Management  
NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT

Notice Period: April 18 — May 09, 2022

Purpose of Policy:  This policy serves as the administrative foundation for the Florida State University Emergency Management Program. This policy outlines the delegation of authority for Program implementation and the Program’s primary administrative responsibilities. This policy does not serve to outline’s roles and responsibilities during emergency operations; rather, such information is outlined in the Florida State University Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan and other emergency plan, policies, and procedures developed and maintained by departments across the University.

Summary of Changes:  The changes to the policy are substantive as we self-assess plans and policies utilizing Emergency Management Accreditation Program (EMAP) standards. EMAP is an independent non-profit organization that fosters excellence and accountability in emergency management programs by establishing credible standards applied in a peer review accreditation process. The revisions to this policy include multiple standard requirements not currently addressed by FSU’s Emergency Management Program.

The proposed change takes advantage of changes to Board of Governors Regulation and would allow extension of an existing lease for another full term before rebidding if it is in the best interest of the university and a market survey demonstrates the cost of this extension does not exceed the costs of a comparable lease elsewhere plus the costs of moving.

 

Please send all questions and comments to obs@fsu.edu prior to 5:00 p.m. May 09, 2022

 

FSU Policy 4-OP-D-5 FICA Policy and Student Enrollment   
NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT

Notice Period: April 14 — May 05, 2022

This policy is meant to implement the provisions of the Social Security Act which provides an exemption from FICA taxes to enrolled students who are regularly attending classes while employed by the University and whose employment is incidental to their pursuit of a degree. This exemption does not apply to professional employees who may take courses or pursue a degree while employed by the University.

Summary of Changes:

  1. Update definition of half-time enrollment for undergraduate students
  2. Update definition of half-time enrollment for graduate students 

 

Please send all questions and comments to obs@fsu.edu prior to 5:00 p.m. May 05, 2022

 

 

FSU 2.027 Fraud Prevention, Detection, Reporting, and Investigation 
NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT
Notice Period: February 15 — March 17, 2021

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Policy 4-OP-D-5 FICA Policy and Student Enrollment  
NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT
Notice Period: January 26, 2022 - February 9, 2022

Purpose of Policy: This policy is meant to implement the provisions of the Social Security Act which provides an exemption from FICA taxes to enrolled students who are regularly attending classes while employed by the University and whose employment is incidental to their pursuit of a degree. This exemption does not apply to professional employees who may take courses or pursue a degree while employed by the University.

Summary of Changes:

  1. Moving policy from Research to Finance & Administration (7A-13) and renumbering accordingly as this policy impacts all graduate students, not just research assistants.
  2. Updating format of policy to better comply with Policy 2-1.
  3. More clearly define conditions for FICA exemption for students by clarifying language around hours worked and credit hours.
  4. Clarify rules for ineligibility for full-time employment and for graduate assistantships between semesters.
  5. Update specific authority.

 

Please send all questions and comments to obs@fsu.edu prior to 5:00 p.m. December 8, 2021.

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