Cornell University expects all institutional information stewards and custodians who have access to and responsibilities for institutional information to manage it according to the rules regarding storage, disclosure, access, classification of information and minimum privacy and security standard
The following are non-standardized university policies relating to information technologies that have not yet been through the official university policy development process. These policies remain official, and may complete the official process in time.
Cornell University may allow professors and academic staff to take leave from appointed responsibilities under certain circumstances, including arrangements that support a balance between family life and university responsibilities.
Cornell University depends upon university volunteer support to accomplish its missions of education, research, and public service and wishes to ensure that volunteers' relationships with the university are clearly established and understood by both parties.
Cornell University provides flexible work arrangements, at the discretion of department heads or their designees, to enable staff and management to serve customers well, meet university goals, and help employees balance personal and professional responsibilities.
Cornell University provides time away from work to eligible employees for a variety of reasons. Time away from work must be approved and recorded in a manner that protects the interests of both the institution and its employees.