Resources for Faculty
To assist faculty with familiarity with the processes of the university, below are the most frequently referenced policies and procedures for a variety of areas. For Internal users, a variety of documents can be found here.
Policies & Guidelines
- Accelerated Master’s Program Curriculum Policy
- Dean Renewal Policy
- Honors Cords Policy
- Program Moratorium Policy
- Syllabus Content Policy
- Syllabus Template
- Centers and Institutes:
Program Review Guidelines & Forms
UM-Flint is committed to offering academic programs of the highest standards and continually work to improve these programs. These guidelines set forth an approach to conduct reviews of academic programs and utilize the findings of such reviews to enhance academic offerings at the University of Michigan-Flint.
The objectives of the program review are to:
- Enhance the quality of academic programs,
- Provide a basis for planning and to assess progress on plans,
- Improve programs by identifying strengths upon which to build,
- Develop plans of action to address program weaknesses, and
- Identify future resource needs to assist with budget planning for the program, unit, and campus.
The Faculty Ombuds receives faculty complaints, concerns, and questions about alleged acts, omissions, improprieties, and broader problems, and works to ensure a fair, equitable, and expeditious resolution. The Ombuds may make an informal inquiry, request relevant documentation, review matters received, offer options for resolution, make referrals, and mediate disputes independently and impartially. In addition, the Ombuds serve as a resource for information, communication, and referrals, and makes recommendations for constructive change when university policies or procedures generate conflicts or concerns. The Ombuds adheres to professional standards of practice established by the International Ombudsman Association.
Thomas A. Wrobel
Professor of Psychology
College of Arts & Sciences