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Occasionally emergency situations arise in connection with student behaviors, which require a faster response than the student judicial system's procedures can provide. To address all of these situations and to fulfill the University's obligation to provide a safe campus, the Emergency Evaluation and Action Committee has been established.
The purpose of this policy is to encourage individuals to report possible Wrongful Conduct to an appropriate authority so that prompt, corrective action can be taken by the University and to protect reporting individuals from any Retaliation for reporting Wrongful Conduct.
Description of the current University COVID-19 Community Standards.
This Policy prohibits (i) all forms of Discrimination and Harassment based on Protected Status; (ii) Sexual Violence and Sexual Exploitation, (iii) Stalking and Interpersonal Violence, which need not be based on an individual’s Protected Status; (iv) Complicity for knowingly assisting in an act that violates this Policy; and (iv) Retaliation against an individual because of their good faith participation in the reporting, investigation, or adjudication of violations of this Policy.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has a vibrant and diverse population of over 29,000 students. With a population of this size, we recognize there are occasions when our students may be involved in or impacted by an emergency or crisis situation. To address these situations, or critical incidents, Student Affairs and the Office of the Dean of Students coordinates the Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT).
This document outlines goals for the Emergency use of designated facilities owned by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Emergencies affecting the University and the surrounding community may require the use of campus facilities to support response and recovery efforts. Emergencies may develop rapidly and require a coordinated response from many actors across campus. Accordingly, it is essential to create Emergency response plans before any Emergency.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is committed to promoting a safe and healthy campus environment that is free from violence. This procedure sets forth steps for reporting, responding, and resolving reports of Workplace Violence.
Together with the University's Facilities Use Policy, the University has established this Standard to establish requirements for the use of its Facilities in order to: (1) focus on its mission; (2) provide a safe environment; and (3) preserve the aesthetics of the campus.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ("University") is a campus community in which the ideals of freedom of inquiry, thought, and expression are respected and sustained. The University is committed to supporting the exercise of protected expression in University-controlled Facilities while maintaining an atmosphere free of disruption.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is one of the leaders in research devoted to nanotechnology. University researchers are working with and developing novel nanomaterials between 1 and 500 nanometers (nm) in size. Currently, there is limited occupational safety information on nanoparticles and nanomaterials in the university research environment.
The University is committed to ensuring that Employees are Fit for Duty while also respecting Employee privacy. Employees are Fit for Duty when they are able to perform their Essential Job Functions without posing a Direct Threat to themselves or others. These Procedures and associated Policy describe the circumstances in which the University may evaluate an Employee’s Fitness for Duty, provide the procedures for those evaluations, and safeguard Employee privacy related to those evaluations.
The University is committed to ensuring that Employees are Fit for Duty while also respecting Employee privacy. Employees are Fit for Duty when they are able to perform their Essential Job Functions without posing a Direct Threat to themselves or others. This Policy and associated Procedures describe the circumstances in which the University may evaluate an Employee’s Fitness for Duty, provide the procedures for those evaluations, and safeguard Employee privacy related to those evaluations.
The purpose of this general order (G.O) is to establish guidelines for members of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) Community to assess and report threats. Proper evaluation of threats is essential to provide a safe environment for the UNC-CH Community.
This General Order (G.O.) establishes procedures for procuring necessary services external to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) Police Department and UNC-CH Police Department personnel contact information. The communications section establishes and maintains procedures for procuring external services deemed necessary for the health, safety, and wellbeing of the University community.
This policy explains where, when, why, and how the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (“UNC-Chapel Hill” or “University”) uses Security Cameras, also known as closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras.

UNC-Chapel Hill recognizes the need to balance an individual’s right to be free from invasion of privacy and the University’s duty to promote a safe environment for all community members. This policy is intended to help the University balance those interests.