NWU Policies

Although Nebraska Wesleyan University seeks to maintain the most up-to-date policy online, policies are subject to change by the University and are updated periodically for accuracy, clarity, and alignment with best practices. For more information about a specific policy, contact the owner of the policy.

 

This policy describes how NWU complies with the USERRA for military leaves of absence.
Statement on non-discrimination
NWU actions to support student and community safety in an emergency medical situation
NWU Trademarks, logos and branding standards
Policy regarding privacy and identifying information in online activities
This policy describes how overtime works for nonexempt employees.
This policy describes parental leave procedures for staff and faculty.
Circumstances in which NWU may notify parents of concerns about a traditional undergraduate student
Pass/Fail grade option for undergraduates
This policy describes how personnel records are handled and maintained.
Post-Hospital Admission Medical Clearance Policy and Process For Traditional Undergraduates at Nebraska Wesleyan University
Policy and procedure for posthumous degree award
This policy descries how prospective maintenance, housekeeping, and grounds employees are screened before employment.
This policy describes guidelines for the probationary period for new staff employees.
This policy describes how professional ethics should be followed.
This policy describes University guidelines for the retention and destruction of records.
This policy describes how inter-University relationships are handled.
Course repeat policy
This policy decribes procedures for reporting and dealing with researching misconduct.
Policy regarding required on-campus housing for full-time traditional undergraduate students
Policies that ensure the safety and well-being of students who live on-campus and guests who visit NWU's residential facilities.
Policies related to sexual misconduct and sexual harassment that are outside of the 2020 Federal Title IX Regulations
Sexual Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Policy addressed under the 2020 Final Rule for Federal Title IX Regulations
This policy describe how sick leave is classified and administered.