As a current or prospective employee of the University, it is nice to know how things work, what the University will do for you, and what is expected of you. To this end, the University's policies are general guides to policy, practice, terms and conditions and will serve as a resource to you. The nature of the University as a dynamic place to live and work and the continuing changing nature of legal and regulatory environments also means that policies will change and adapt over time. You are encouraged to reference the University’s policies frequently, as they may change at any time. Should you have any policy questions, please contact one of our Human Resources staff members. We are here to assist you.
Policies of Interest
UNE Becomes a tobacco and smoke free campus
Smoke and tobacco use in the workplace have become an important health issue and there is considerable evidence that smoke is harmful not only to smokers but to non-smokers. The University of New England will transition to a 100% tobacco-free campus effective July 1, 2014. We also hope you take advantage of the many programs that will be available throughout the year.
Title IX Policy
Institutions of higher education have legal and moral duties to foster campus environments that are free from discrimination. To help meet this goal, the Office for Civil Rights (OCR), the administrative agency within the United States Department of Education charged with enforcing Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, has issued guidance to help colleges and universities address and prevent sex-based discrimination.
We pride ourselves on employing the best people, and are confident that you will find the University a wonderful place to work. You should become familiar with this handbook as it will assist you to better understand UNE’s policies and programs. It will also refer to other primary documents where you can find more detailed policies.
Faculty have certain employment policies, practices and terms that are particular to them. This handbook addresses your unique issues.
We recognize that students are a part of the broader UNE community. Understanding and abiding by the guidance set forth in the Student Handbook is important to a student-centered culture.