Oct. 7, 2013--By winning a 1950 decision in Delaware Chancery Court, Wilmington attorney Louis Lorenzo Redding opened up the University of Delaware to African American students.
On Friday, Oct. 4, members of the Redding family and friends joined with members of the University community to honor the pioneering civil rights lawyer by officially dedicating the Louis L. Redding Residence Hall on UD’s East Campus.
The University of Delaware Policies and Procedures Manual includes most general University policies. Departmental and college policies, and certain safety regulations, have been excluded but may be obtained from the appropriate unit. The manual has been developed to achieve the following objectives:
Provide, along with the Board of Trustees Bylaws and Permanent Resolutions, the Board of Trustees Policy and Regulatory Resolutions, Faculty Handbook, the Collective Bargaining Agreements, and The Student Handbook, a source for written policies affecting University personnel.
Encourage the continuing review and improvement of policy, practices and procedures.
The manual is divided into the following functional sections:
Please click on the category on the left to select the section of the manual you wish to view.
CHANGES TO, OR REQUESTS FOR NEW POLICIES AND/OR PROCEDURES
Policies contained in the University of Delaware Policies and Procedures Manual are official policies of the University and remain in full effect until changed by appropriate University actions. All requested changes or additions should be forwarded in writing to the Office of the Executive Vice President and University Treasurer via the appropriate vice president. When requesting changes, please submit the original policy using strike-outs for deletions and italics for additions.
DISTRIBUTION OF THE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES MANUAL
A copy of the Manual is available to University personnel on the University computer network as part of the UDInfo system. There is no hard copy distribution.