Enforcing the residential License Agreement is a component of customer service. Enforcement practices are an administrative process upholding a legal agreement between the University (HDCS) and its residents. This administrative process is governed by several federal and state statutes as well as campus policies. As the property is part of an educational environment, the overall philosophy is to be educational whenever possible in resolving concerns.
Waiving department fees or providing credit to a client account is sometimes necessary when service or product from the department fall short of expectations. This process should be used sparingly to ensure the client is made whole from the loss of expected product or service.
It is the practice of the department to rent to active affiliate members of the SF State University community, actively verify affiliation, and respond to residents whose affiliation status has ended in order to maximize the department’s resources on behalf of the campus.
- At SFSU, we believe that all occupational injuries and illnesses can be prevented and that safety is a fundamental responsibility of each administrator, supervisor, and employee of the University.We also believe that safety and occupational health must be thoroughly integrated with our efforts to produce a unique high quality education in a safe and healthy environment.Therefore, for the well-being of all employees and as a matter of policy,
Managers, Supervisors, and Administrators will:
Welcome to the Administration & Finance: Policies and Practice Directives website. This site is intended as a central, easy to use, on-line directory of policies and practice directives impacting departments, and includes links to departmental procedures.
The University policies and practice directives are developed, reviewed and modified on an ongoing basis. The official versions of university policies as well as the Administration & Finance practice directives are contained on this website. These are updated continuously, as changes are approved by the appropriate approving authority.
As Compliance and Policy Coordinator, Andrea Whipple-Samuel is responsible for updating and maintaining this website. In the event of a discrepancy between the most recently approved updates and the version posted on this site, please contact Andrea via email at email@example.com.
For more information, please contact:Andrea Whipple-SamuelCompliance & Policy CoordinatorOffice of the Vice President & CFO1600 Holloway Avenue,Administration Building, Room 354,San Francisco, CA 94132(415) 405-7339
Access Control Systems are in place to protect SFSU students, staff, faculty and assets by providing a safe, secure and accessible environment. This Practice Directive details roles, responsibilities and procedures to best manage the access control system.
This procedure references the rules by which records and data for sponsored projects are maintained at SFSU, and is intended to provide additional clarification on the “Trust and Special Project Accounting” section of the Fiscal Affairs Record Retention Policy.
II. SFSU Procedure and External Regulations
Per California State University ICSUAM 13680, the policy define the broad delegation of authority for certain monies to be deposited in State Controller’s Office (SCO) Fund 0948. This policy set forth establishing trust fund agreements for Special Projects and Miscellaneous Trust Funds.
The purpose of this Directive is to implement IRS, State and CSU policies and regulations concerning the methods for hiring and paying an individual for personal services:
- as an employee of SFSU by appointment to the Special Consultant or other appropriate CSU classification, or
- as an Independent Contractor by use of a Personal Services Contract.