A-Z Policy

Travel Policy

This policy defines additional travel policy and documentation requirements for Kennesaw State University employees. This policy originated to ensure compliance and provide further clarification and is aligned with travel regulations and policies of the Georgia State Accounting Office and the Board of Regents of the University of Georgia.

Effective Date: 
Thursday, Oct 30 2014

Unmanned Aerial System and Other Aircraft Policy

The Unmanned Aerial System and Other Aircraft Policy establishes requirements for operating any unmanned aerial system (UAS) and other aircraft including, but not limited to, hot air balloons, drones, model aircraft, blimps, and parachutes on and/or in the airspace over Kennesaw State University campuses and/or leased properties. The Department of Public Safety serves as the primary contact for information about this policy.

Effective Date: 
Tuesday, Aug 23 2016

User Accounts and Password Policy

This policy establishes conditions for the use of a Kennesaw State University Access Account and its associated security requirements. These requirements are necessary to help ensure personal privacy and to protect the security of business, research, and academic interactions throughout the University. Furthermore, this policy informs KSU faculty, staff, and students on the guidelines to protect data integrity and safeguard against security breaches caused by improperly sharing passwords. This policy applies to (but is not limited to) the following KSU enterprise systems: NetID, OpenLDAP, Active Directory, Banner, and PeopleSoft. It is the responsibility of the individual user to appropriately select and protect his/her passwords.

Effective Date: 
Monday, Nov 21 2016

Video Surveillance Policy

Kennesaw State University's policy on video surveillance complies with the policies of the University System of Georgia. Pursuant to the USG Information Technology Handbook, Section 5.1.2, KSU is required to establish and maintain “appropriate internal policies, processes, standards, and procedures for preserving the integrity and security of each automated, paper file, or database.”  

Effective Date: 
Monday, Nov 21 2016

Waiver Administration Policy

This policy provides information for centralized waiver administration that strengthens accountability and organizational structure over waivers at Kennesaw State University. 

Effective Date: 
Tuesday, Dec 8 2015

Web Accessibility Policy Statement

Kennesaw State University is committed to ensuring that official Web content and other electronic information associated with University administration, services, courses, or instruction programs and activities conform to widely accepted Web accessibility standards. KSU's goal is to provide effortless access for students, faculty, staff, and visitors to web-based content by maintaining as a minimum standard the guidelines set forth in the University System of Georgia’s Web Accessibility Guidelines. Assistance information is provided in section 6 of the policy statement.

Effective Date: 
Monday, Nov 21 2016

Wireless Communication Device Policy

Kennesaw State University (KSU) is responsible for implementing policy and procedures for the effective use of communication services and equipment at the lowest possible cost. To effectively manage the use of wireless communication devices (WCDs) for official business by KSU employees, only the Chief Information Officer or his/her designee is authorized to approve the acquisition of wireless communication devices and services. WCDs for purposes of this policy include but are not limited to cellular or PCS phones, iPads, and smart phones. For more information contact the KSU Accounts Payable Office.

Effective Date: 
Sunday, Jan 1 2017

World Wide Web Publishing Policy

Kennesaw State University (KSU) encourages faculty, staff, and students to publish on the World Wide Web (WWW) within the constraints of existing laws and policies. Through this medium, KSU offers a rich opportunity for the institution and individuals associated with KSU. However, use of the WWW presents a dichotomy for policy makers to ensure the appropriate freedom of expression while maintaining a consistent, cohesive institutional presence. This policy imparts minimal stylistic guidelines and provides general guidance to the legal implications of publishing on the World Wide Web. Development of WWW content is subject to applicable University policies such as copyright, "fair use," and intellectual property rights; Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act; Federal Computer Abuse Amendment Act; Federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act; and other applicable state and federal laws.

Effective Date: 
Monday, Nov 21 2016

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