The California State University complies with the requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Americans with Disabilities Act and the regulations adopted thereunder. No person shall, on the grounds of race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, or disability be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination, including harassment, under any program of The California State University.
The Political Reform Act of 1974 contains a general prohibition against conflicts of interest and provisions for the adoption of a Conflict of Interest (COI) Code by the California State University (CSU).
Positions that make or participate in the making of decisions which may have a foreseeable material effect on financial interests are designated under the Conflict of Interest Code and are subject to filing a Statement of Economic Interests Form 700. Positions are designated if responsibilities include making, participating in or influencing decisions regarding:
Our Dealings with Each Other
We will place a high value on positive, interpersonal communication—on everyday dealings in which we treat each person with respect and appreciation, regardless of our differences.
As a major institution of higher education - public, urban, diverse - San Francisco State University has both an exceptional opportunity and special responsibility to set forth, and to live by, principles which reflect fundamental respect for our fellow beings.
The SFSU Commission of Human Relations therefore recommends these general principles for building and strengthening our multi-ethnic, multi-cultural university community.
The Leave of Absence Without Pay program (LOA/WOP) is designed to grant a full or partial leave of absence without pay for up to one (1) year. Leaves of absence without pay may be granted for the following reasons:
The Catastrophic Leave Donation (CLD) Program allows employees to donate 1 - 40 hours, depending on collective bargaining unit, total each fiscal year of their vacation and/or sick leave credits to other employees who have 1) experienced a catastrophic illness or injury; 2) exhausted their own accrued leave credits including sick leave, vacation and compensating time off (CTO) and 3) are totally incapacitated from work.
This policy further states that all drivers will need to repeat this process every four years, regardless of driving record.
Instructions and forms can be found on the Environment, Health, and Safety website under the forms section.
Employees may be authorized to use a privately owned vehicle on university business if they certify that the vehicle used will continuously be:
Personal Liability Travel/Corporate Card may only be used for official business that directly serves the University. Faculty or staff may not use the Travel Card for personal expenses. To ensure proper use of the card the University reserves the right to review and monitor all cardholder’s purchases.
A SFSU employee is eligible to apply for a travel card if they meet all of the following criteria:
The Departmental Travel Cardholder/Travel Liaison will be responsible for making travel arrangements for individual and/or group travel for:
- Students or Student Group Traveling on University Business
- Transactions for University staff/faculty who do not have a Personal Liability Travel Card (Airfare and Registration Fee)
- Non-University employees (including Candidates for a position, speakers, guest lecturers and other individuals authorized by the University)