Policies and Handbooks
UMUC and USM Policies
All UMUC Stateside faculty are responsible for adhering to UMUC and University System of Maryland (USM) policies, in accordance with their terms.
Reporting of Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect
University of Maryland University College is committed to protecting the safety and welfare of children who come into contact with the institution community. Under Maryland law, there are mandatory reporting requirements for individuals who suspect child abuse or neglect. USM policy (USM Board of Regents VI-1.50 – Policy on the Reporting of Suspected Child Abuse & Neglect) provides guidance regarding the application of the Maryland law to USM institutions. UMUC's Procedures for Reporting Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect outline the reporting procedures that faculty, staff, students and others must follow.
UMUC Designee for Reporting
Assistant Vice President
Institutional Resolution and Accessibility
Office of the President
University of Maryland University College
3501 University Boulevard East
Administration Building, Rm. 2316
Adelphi, Maryland 20783-8000
The Worldwide Faculty Handbook provides an overview of UMUC's unique attributes, recommends best practices and tools for teaching, and highlights some of the academic and administrative policies and procedures that are most relevant to faculty.
Part I of this handbook applies to all faculty members worldwide; Part II contains information applicable to stateside faculty only. For additional information relevant to their respective geographic division, UMUC Europe and UMUC Asia faculty members should access the appropriate UMUC Web site or download the appropriate handbook below: