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 University guidelines for initial appointment.
This policy describes University guidelines for internal promotion and mobility.
Policy for travel internationally
This policy describes University guidelines for adjustments in job duties.
This policy describes how writing new job descriptions is handled.
This policy describes how jury service and witness under a subpoena is handled by the University.
This policy describes how campus keys are requested.
This set of lightning procedures will apply to all employees, students, and guests of Nebraska Wesleyan University, at the Lincoln or Omaha locations.
How to declare a major or minor
Withdrawal from all classes due to medical issues
This policy describes how NWU complies with the USERRA for military leaves of absence.
Rights of publicity for NWU student-athletes
Statement on non-discrimination
This policy provides guidance for assuring that NWU account passwords comply with appropriate security standards.
This COVID-19 Vaccination Policy has been written to safeguard the health of our employees and their families, our students, volunteers, and guests who spend time on our campus from the hazards of COVID-19.
The Fire Safety Policy Plan is necessary to create a campus-wide system for preventing and responding to fire hazards or fires.
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.
Policy on Financial Conflict of Interest related to funding under the Public Health Service (PHS, U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services)
to ensure objectivity in research funded by external sources