The Evergreen State College is committed, as a matter of principle and in accordance with applicable federal and state disabilities laws and regulations and the collective bargaining agreement, to providing reasonable accommodations for eligible individuals with documented disabilities in the most timely and effective manner possible.
In curriculum planning and the setting of class schedules, each quarter hour of credit should require at least three hours per week of time, averaged over a ten-week quarter, for the "typical" Evergreen student. This shall pertain to all modes of study (individual contracts, research projects, fieldwork, laboratory, studio and classroom) and includes both direct instruction and homework study time.
An authorized College department or employee may use a state approved purchasing card to make College purchases that do not exceed the College’s direct buy limit. (See “Restrictions” below for the current limit).
General. The purchasing manager supervises the purchasing office and the purchase of goods and services and contracted services for all offices and departments of the College. Purchasing shall:
Expedite delivery of urgently needed goods and services;
This section of the Handbook has been superseded by a Collective Bargaining Agreement. Please see Article 15 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement between The Evergreen State College and the United Faculty of Evergreen.
***Please note: This section has been superseded by a more recent policy. ***
There is a professional travel budget to enhance individual faculty members professional development. The dean whose desk assignments includes budget and faculty travel, makes all decisions about allocations for this budget. (Faculty travel whose primary purpose is promotion of the college or representing the college is funded through a separate budget.) The dean will use the following guidelines and procedures in awarding these funds: