Rule Administrator: AVP Human Resource Services

2.00 Organizational Charts and Reporting Relationships

The hierarchical organizational structure of NMSU and NMDA and their components shall be set forth in one or more organizational charts which shall be available via the institution’s website. The organizational charts shall indicate reporting relationships. A solid line connecting a specific position or unit to another higher level position or unit typically indicates both…
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3.00 Conflict of Interest-Ethical Conduct

A. General Statement Inherent within the responsibility for educating the future leaders of our society is the obligation to adhere to the highest ethical standards and principles. New Mexico State University is committed to maintaining the highest standards of ethics and integrity in all of its academic and administrative operations, by promoting such standards among…
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3.80 Prohibition of Hazing and Hostile Misconduct

A. Policy Overview New Mexico State University promotes a safe environment where students, faculty, staff and visitors may reside on campus, participate in university sponsored activities and be members of organizations recognized by NMSU without compromising health, safety, or wellness. It is therefore the University’s policy to prohibit any act or omission which constitutes hazing,…
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6.00 Human Resources

A. Purpose NMSU seeks to attract and retain a highly qualified workforce, to provide for fair and equitable treatment of all employees, and to ensure compliance with laws and regulations governing the workplace. To accomplish these goals, NMSU shall maintain comprehensive rules and procedures implementing this human resource policy.   B. Equal Employment Opportunity New…
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6.20 Administrator Rights and Responsibilities

A. Policy Statements NMSU’s academic and non-academic administrators are entrusted with the day-to-day management and stewardship of this academic enterprise. Through delegations from the Board of Regents to the Chancellor and to the Executive Vice President and Provost, and from these officials to the individual administrators, NMSU’s administrators are vested with the power, authority and…
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6.93 Public Affairs Participation

The policy of the Board of Regents is that faculty and staff have the same citizens’ rights as other people. However, employees seeking elective office or serving in an elective office must not allow campaign and service activities to interfere with university responsibilities. Employees elected to the state legislature will be placed on leave without…
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16.65 Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace

The university is a recipient of federal grants and contracts in excess of $100,000 and is subject to the provisions of the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988, the special Drug-Free Workforce rules promulgated by the Department of Defense, and the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act. The Board of Regents has directed the Chancellor to…
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