Policies and procedures are foundational at UCR. Policies show us what type of place UCR is–how we are to treat one another, and how we can expect to be treated. Policies and procedures show us how we are expected to do certain aspects of our jobs, and how we conduct ourselves when representing the university.
The Chief Compliance Office supports the system ethics and compliance program by helping the administration create and maintain policies and procedures.
Proposed Policies and Procedures
New UCR Proposed Policies or Procedures
There are currently no new UCR policies or procedures.
Proposed Amendments or Revisions to UCR Policies or Procedures
There are currently no newly revised UCR policies or procedures.
Proposed Presidential (UC) Policies or Procedures or Proposed Revisions
Presidential Policy on Native American Cultural Affiliation and Repatriation
The UC Office of the President invites comments on a proposed Presidential Policy on Native American Cultural Affiliation and Repatriation. For more information on the comment process, find here at http://ucal.us/nagpra or at https://compliance.ucr.edu/proposed-presidential-policy-native-american-cultural-affiliation-and-repatriation-systemwide
Additional Proposed Revisions
The Office of the President posts additional Presidential policy updates or revisions for campus comment on the UCOP website at https://policy.ucop.edu/policy-changes/index.html