Students are required to withdraw from classes in accordance with established policy. Students may not withdraw from classes or the University without official notification. Non-attendance from classes does not constitute withdrawal. Students remain fully responsible for all financial obligations, subject to the published refund schedule.
An imaged reproduction will be deemed to be the original public record of the Bursar’s Office and FABS for all purposes, including introduction in courts of law and state agencies.
Check logs are maintained electronically, and will be purged after five years.
Original paper records will be maintained for a period of two fiscal years, plus the current year-to-date. Records pertaining to the third previous year will be destroyed during the month of July each year.
All requests for new non-faculty probationary/permanent positions in all funds (includes appointments over 90 days according to current University policy) must be approved by the Cabinet Level Officer and/or President. The request must include a justification about how the position will strengthen the effectiveness of the new or existing program and indicate how the position will be funded. This policy does not apply to appointments less than 90 days, the hiring of a replacement for an employee in a current budgeted position, or to hires resulting from disciplinary action, i.e.
The Business Practice Directive was created in accordance with Executive Order No. 1000, to emphasize the budget transfers made between two different funds are precluded. In addition, the Business Practice Directive delegates the responsibility to department levels and requires the departments’ budget officers to maintain/monitor their departments’ budget as an on-going process to ensure the spending within their budget allocation.
Information Technology Services (ITS) manages the resources and technical issues regarding web accounts, University servers, and system configurations. ITS also oversees all aspects relating to maintenance of the main San Francisco State University web server.
The Office of University Communications is responsible for determining the organizational structure and appearance of the University's main home page and first-level or index pages directly linked from the main page.
This Practice Directive defines requirements for Web application development and security for all San Francisco State Web applications deployed on or off-campus. This applies to any Web-based technology purchased, obtained at no cost or developed in-house.
This Practice Directive defines the baseline configuration standards for all servers owned by San Francisco State University. Effective implementation of this Practice Directive will minimize the risk of server vulnerabilities that can result in system unavailability, data corruption, unauthorized access, information and resource misuse and service disruption.