Authorization for the University President to Suspend Faculty and Staff (D-8)
Original Implementation: April 27, 1970
Last Revision: October 22, 2012
Without prior notice or hearing, the president of the university may suspend without pay and immediately remove from the university, or assign to other duties with pay, any employee who:
- poses a continuing danger to persons or property;
- disrupts the orderly operation of the university;
- endangers the education of students;
- has been convicted by a trial court of any felony or a crime of moral turpitude.
The president shall immediately notify the general counsel of such action. In such cases the president will set a hearing before the appropriate administrator or committee on the employee's case as soon thereafter as is practical unless otherwise waived by the employee.
Cross Reference: Board of Regents Rules and Regulations
Responsible for Implementation: President
Contact for Revision: President
Board Committee Assignment: Academic and Student Affairs