The policies listed below are those related to the areas of Finance, Risk, Research Accounting and Business Operations. For a complete listing of official University Policies, please visit the University Secretariat site.
|Student Related||Cash and Banking||Expenditures/Reimbursements|
|Research Accounting||Risk and Insurance||Other Miscellaneous Policies|
Student Accounts with Debit Balances (listed alphabetically on the University Secretariat page)
Defines and establishes deadlines for overdue and delinquent accounts. Establishes rates to be charged on overdue accounts.
Establishes the practice of refunding tuition to the estate of a student who has died during a term.
Sets out the authority to open bank accounts in the University’s name.
Establishes procedures for cash receipts for all areas receiving payments (ie. cash, cheque, debit/credit).
Policy and procedures surrounding the management of petty cash funds.
Policy concerning the accounting treatment of capital assets purchased by the University.
Policy and procedures surrounding the expenditures of University funds on hospitality, entertainment and working meals.
Policy that sets out the responsibility for maintaining an inventory of equipment at the Department level.
Sets standards for charging and pricing internal services for non-ancillary units.
Policy and procedures related to obtaining and using the University procurement card for low value purchases.
Purchasing Policy (listed alphabetically on the University Secretariat page)
The policy governing the procurement of goods and services by the University. Sets out dollar amounts for competitive bids and public tender requirements.
Establishes criteria for differentiating between a payment that must be made through payroll, and those that can be treated as non-salary, and paid based on an invoice.
Travel and Related Expenses Policy (listed alphabetically on the University Secretariat page)
Sets out the policy and procedures to be followed when traveling on behalf of the University.
Directives to include indirect costs in all proposals possible. States the distribution mechanism for actual indirect costs collected.
Establishes the criteria and process to follow to open a research and other external support fund.
Sets out criteria for the use, sale and serving of alcohol on campus by students, faculty and staff, and visitors to campus.
Establishes the framework for the management of asbestos on campus.
Bicycle, Rollerblade, Scooter and Skateboard (listed alphabetically on the University Secretariat page)
Regulations regarding the safe use of bicycles, rollerblades, scooters and skateboards on campus.
Sets out the criteria under which gambling will be permitted on campus.
Establishes a protocol for the referral of legal issues to the University Secretary and General Council. Lays out instances where legal fees will be charged back to departments.
Establishes framework for University’s risk management program.
Defines corporate records and establishes guidelines for their management.
Establishes authority for approving any commercial activity on campus. Establishes operational criteria once approved.
Gift Acceptance Policy (listed alphabetically on the University Secretariat page)
Explains the criteria that will be applied to the decision to accept or reject a gift.
Requirements for the acceptance of gifts in kind, including valuation standards.
Policy and processes concerning the University’s guaranteed housing loan plan.
This policy specifies the authority of various members of the University community to bind the University contractually.