Policy Statements: LSU Overview

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General Information

Policy Statements (PSs) are created for the purpose of institutional governance by way of establishing standard procedures for the operation of the university. More information can be found on the LSU University Policies website.

University Policies

Information Technology Policies

LSU Campus IT Policies:  

Includes detailed information on IT Policy UpdatesIT Policy StatementsPermanent MemorandaServer Justification and Disaster Recovery Plan RequirementsInCommon FederationLeadership Responsibility, and Authority for the Security of LSU's IT Infrastructure, & Position on Copyright Infringement.

View details on the Information Technology Services Security & Policy Information.

State IT Policies and Laws:  

Includes detailed information on the State of Louisiana Office of Technology Services (OTS) Policies, Standards, and Bulletins & the Louisiana Database Breach Notification Law.

View details on the State of Louisiana Office of Technology Services Policies.

Federal IT Policies and Laws:  

Includes detailed information on the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), & the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).  

View details on the US Federal Information Technology Policies & Laws.

Bylaws & Regulations:

Includes Bylaws of the LSU Board of Supervisors & Regulations of the Board of Supervisors.

View details on the LSU System Bylaws & Regulations.

Permanent Memoranda:

Includes all Permanent Memoranda established by the Louisiana State University System.

View details on the LSU System Permanent Memoranda.

Other Policies:

View details on the LSU System's 'Other Policies'.


University Disclaimer:
"University Policy Statements are established for the purpose of campus governance. Policy Statements serve to implement or interpret various laws, rules, regulations or policies and/or reflect the University's chosen method of managing its affairs. The University takes due care to assure that Policy Statements, when issued, are in compliance with then applicable controlling laws, rules, regulations and policies. However, it is recognized that changes in such laws, rules, regulations and policies may result in all of a portion of a Policy Statement becoming incorrect until necessary revision is made. Please be advised that, in such cases, those portions of Policy Statements that are contrary to or in conflict with any controlling law, rule, regulation or policy are invalid. To the extent that the remainder of a Policy Statement is unaffected by a change in controlling laws, rules, regulations or policies, that remaining portion of the Policy Statement will remain valid and in effect. Policy Statements do not form a part of any employee's contract or appointment with the University."
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