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    Finance and Administrative Operations

    College-Wide Policies

    Below is an alphabetical list of policies. If you know a word in the policy's title, type it in the box below and suggestions will appear. If you would like to see a brief summary of the policies suggested, click in the box to the right of the search box.

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    • Financial Aid Refunds and Return of Title IV Funds

    • Financial Conflict of Interest in Research Funded by Federal Agencies

      A conflict of interest (COI) is any circumstance where personal, professional, financial or other private interests of a person or institution compromise or have the potential to compromise the exercise of professional judgment or obligations, or may be perceived as doing so. In August 2011, recognizing the increasingly complex relationships between biomedical researchers and private industry and ...

    • Nepotism in Employment

      College employment should be based solely on human-resource needs and individual qualifications, skills, and performance. Therefore, the college maintains that employment should be free from familial relationships that may create the appearance of conflicts of interest (real or perceived), introduce uncertainty in regard to loyalty, or hint at favoritism.

    • Nursing Mothers/Break Time

    • Outside Employment and Secondary Employment at CC for Staff

    • Procurement and Purchasing

      Procurement and purchasing activities support the educational and research objectives of the college. Accordingly, individuals across campus are involved in purchasing goods and services as well as entering into contracts on behalf of the college. This policy and these procedures provide assurance that purchases are made in the best interests of Colorado College and in compliance with any external ...

    • Protection of Minors Policy

    • Records Policy: Retention and Disposition of Records

      Records created, received, or used by Colorado College in the course of its operations and activities are retained and disposed in manners that support the operational, administrative, and legal expectations of the institution. The objective of this policy is to establish a Records Management Program that allows Colorado College (“the college” or “CC”) to meet the college’s internal operational needs...

    • Red Flag Rules

      Several federal agencies including the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the Federal Trade Commission were charged with jointly issuing guidelines for financial institutions and creditors regarding identity theft with respect to their account holders and customers. This group was also responsible...

    • Signature Authority for Government Grants

      Colorado College requires that all of its government-funded proposals and awards be executed by authorized individuals. Through the Colorado College Purchasing and Procurement Policy, the President has vested the Dean of the College with the institutional authority to approve state and federal proposals and accept award agreements and any subsequent amendments on behalf of Colorado College that support...

    • Workplace Safety