1. Updated Purchase & Payment of Lodging Policy Approved

    On January 13, 2017, President Cross approved revisions to UW System Administrative Policy 415, Purchase & Payment of Lodging which go into effect on Wednesday February 1, 2017.  The noted changes to the policy are as follows: UW sponsored lodging spend will be consolidated with UW System contract and Partnership Program properties to the greatest

  2. Updated Vehicle Use Policy Approved

    On January 13, 2017, President Cross approved revisions to UW System Administrative Policy 425, Use of Personal Vehicles, Rental Cars and Fleet for Business Transportation. Policy and procedural changes were made due to changes in the vehicle rental contracts and to update the standard mileage reimbursement rate for personal vehicle use.  A summary of the

  3. Technical Amendment to SYS 240

    President Cross approved a technical amendment to UW System Administrative Policy 240, Relocation (Household Moves) and Temporary or Indefinite Work Assignments. The change reflects updated mileage reimbursement rates issued by the Internal Revenue Service that went into effect on January 1, 2017. The changes can be found in subsection III.C.3 of the policy. The  that

  4. Updated Tuition and Fee Policy Approved

    On December 19, 2016, President Cross approved revisions to UW System Administrative Policy 805, Tuition and Fee Policies for Credit Instruction. This administrative policy outlines statutory, Board of Regents, and administrative policy provisions with respect to the payment and refund of fees and a variety of specialized fee assessment issues.

  5. New Storage of Supporting Documentation for Financial Transactions Procedure

    On December 23, 2016, Interim Vice President for Finance Julie Gordon approved UW System Administrative Procedure 399.1 Storage of Supporting Documentation for Financial Transactions. This is a new administrative procedure and outlines expectations with respect to the storage of official copy (paper or electronic) supporting documentation for financial transactions. Archival processes are required to ensure