Workplace Visitor Policy

  • Employment
Responsible Unit Office of Human Resources
Responsible Cabinet Member VP for Administration and Finance
Adoption Date Unavailable
Last Revision Date
Last Review Date

Policy Statement

The University values family life and has worked to develop employment policies and benefits that are supportive of families. While the University seeks to focus on providing an environment open to work and family issues, it also believes that the activities of the workplace should be aimed at accomplishing the work of the University.

Further, the University believes that the frequent or extended presence of visitors in the workplace during work hours generally is inappropriate for several reasons: decreased employee productivity, risk of harm to the visitor and the potential increased liability to the University.

Consequently, the University does not permit the frequent or extended presence of minor children, that may require direct supervision, in the workplace in lieu of other childcare arrangements. The University fully recognizes that circumstances may arise that could necessitate an exception to this policy. When such situations arise the employee and his/her supervisor, in consultation with the Office of Human Resources, will develop a plan that will accommodate the situation with as little disruption as possible.

Similarly, the University does not permit the frequent or extended presence of friends or family members of University employees or off duty employees in the workplace.

This policy is not intended to prohibit or prevent the presence of family members and friends on campus to attend classes, cultural events or sporting events or other authorized use of campus facilities.


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History (in descending order)

Item Date Explanation
Next Review Date 2019-12-01 Five-year review
Adoption Date Unavailable Policy Adopted


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