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3.4. Human Resources

3.4.2. Retirement

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3.4.2.4. Emeritus Staff Status

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Effective Date: 1-20-1998

Revision Date: 10-20-2017

UNIVERSITY POLICY STATEMENT
Retiring Administrative Professional (AP), Athletic Coaches (AC), Confidential Clerical (CC), Professional Technical (PT), Clerical Secretarial (CS), Police Sergeants (PS), Campus Police (CP) and Food Service and Maintenance (FM) staff members shall be eligible for emeritus staff status.

 

UNIVERSITY PRACTICE
Upon the recommendation of the University's President and the approval of the Board of Regents, a retiring Administrative Professional (AP), Athletic Coaches (AC), Confidential Clerical (CC), Professional Technical (PT), Clerical Secretarial (CS), Police Sergeants (PS), Campus Police (CP) and Food Service and Maintenance (FM) staff member who has served the University for at least fifteen (15) years, shall be granted emeritus staff status if they have had a continuous level of exemplary service and performance to the University community. The privileges granted to emeritus staff shall be set forth in the University's procedure manual.

 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR IMPLEMENTATION
The President of the University or his/her designee has the overall responsibility for implementation of this policy. The Vice President of University Human Resources is responsible for the administration of this policy.

 

SCOPE OF POLICY COVERAGE
This policy covers all Administrative Professional (AP), Athletic Coaches (AC), Confidential Clerical (CC), Professional Technical (PT), Clerical Secretarial (CS), Police Sergeants (PS), Campus Police (CP) and Food Service and Maintenance (FM) employees of the University.

Authority for Creation and Revision

Minutes of the Board of Regents: January 20, 1998, para. .5325M.
Minutes of the Board of Regents: November 30, 2004, para. .6345M.
Minutes of the Board of Regents: February 15, 2011
Minutes of the Board of Regents: June 19, 2012
Minutes of the Board of Regents: October 20, 2017