Southeast MO University to consider additions to several policies

Southeast MO University to consider additions to several policies
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CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) - Several changes to policies at Southeast Missouri State University are going under consideration by the Board of Regents.

The additions to the business police statements will be heard at 9 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 21.

Those additions are information security risk management, workstation security, data security and an Information Technology Emergency Operations Plan.

Reports from Southeast student Adam Schween, Matt Rolwing, Student Government president; and Dr. David Powell, Faculty Senate Chair will be heard.

Other reports will address contracts and Facilities Management projects from Kathy Mangels, vice president for finance and administration; Student Financial Services (SFS) from Matthew Kearney, director of SFS; fall 2018 enrollment from Dr. Debbie Below, vice president for enrollment management and student success; and an update on Higher Learning Commission (HLC) accreditation from Dr. Bethany Alden-Rivers, associate provost for Academic Effectiveness and Student Success, and Dr. Barbara Glackin, dean of Kent Library.

A motion to go to a closed session to consider the hiring, firing, disciplining or promotion of employees and contract negotiations will also be considered.

Learn more on what these potential changes mean for the university here.

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