100-199 General Administration

PTCC campus policies - 100-199 General Administration

100 Policy Development, Review and Approval

For effective communications and the orderly regulation of operations, PTCC establishes structure for the development, review and approval of all policies.


101 College Fleet Vehicle Checkout

Proper management of the college fleet vehicle will bring about the emergence of an orderly and effective process for employees to use college vehicles to conduct state-related business functions.


102 Driver's License

This policy applies to all PTCC employees who drive state owned vehicles (or other equipment requiring a driver’s license).


103 Weather/Emergency Closings, Delays & Cancellations

The following procedure applies when it becomes necessary to close the college or cancel academic or non-academic activities or to delay the opening of the college due to inclement weather or other emergency conditions.


105 Facility/Equipment Use Agreement

PTTC encourages groups and organizations to use the facilities. All persons on College property are required to abide by College and MnSCU policies, State laws and College regulations.


106 PTCC Crisis Team Designation and Responsibilities

The purpose of the Crisis Team is to provide maximum safety and minimal losses or damage to the students, clients, employees, and campus resources.


107 Chain of Command

In the course of College operations, faculty, staff or mid-managers may find themselves in a crisis or emergency situation where a decision needs to be made regarding the College as a whole.


108 Report/Complaint of Discrimination/Harassment Investigation and Resolution

Relating to non-discrimination in employment and education opportunity by providing a process through which individuals alleging violation of system or campus non-discrimination policies may pursue a complaint.


109 Fire/Tornado Emergencies & Drills

To set a process and minimal time lines for fire and tornado emergencies and for drills to prepare college personnel and students for such emergencies.


110 Bomb Threat

The purpose of this policy is to establish a procedure to gain as much information as possible about a bomb threat.


111 Employee Exit Process

PTCC will operate a thorough and effective exit process for employees leaving the service of the college.


112 New Employee Orientation

This policy will guide the supervisor with an established procedure for the new employee orientation process.


113 Employee Name Tags

PTCC employees will wear, in a visible manner, either their employee photo identification card, the engraved employee name tag provided by the college or some other method clearly identifying them as a PTCC employee.


114 Fraudulent or other Dishonest Acts

This policy establishes responsibilities for investigating potential incidents of fraud or other dishonest acts, taking remedial actions, and reporting evidence to the Legislative Auditor and other appropriate authorities.


115 Signs on Campus

It is the purpose of PTCC to provide a method for campus units and organizations to post signs on campus to communicate with staff and students.


116 Possession or Carry of Firearms

The purpose of this policy is to establish restrictions on possession or carry of firearms applicable to the MNSCU System and PTCC, in accordance with the Minnesota Citizens’ Personal Protection Act of 2003.


117 Departmental Collections/Resources

The purpose of this policy is to improve control of and access to learning and informational resources, purchased with state funds or by special grants, which are housed in faculty offices and campus classrooms or shops.


118 Parking Fees

PTCC will assess a parking fee to students, faculty, and staff.


119 Armed Intruder

To provide guidance in response to an active shooter/armed intruder incident and establish a procedure for an active shooter/armed intruder drill.


120 Drug and Alcohol-Free College

To outline the state of compliance, standards of conduct, legal sanctions, health risks, educational and treatment programs and disciplinary sanctions as required by the Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Regulations


121 Community Use of the Learning Resource and Technology Center

The purpose of this policy is to define the reasonable extent that the Learning Resource and Technology Center (LRTC) can be a community resource to those persons not associated directly with the college and its various related programs


122 Live Project Work

It is the purpose of this policy to regulate live project work taken in to programs at PTCC.


123 Violence Prevention

To provide an educational and employment environment that is free from threats or acts of violence of any type, from any source.


123 Policy Document Form

All incidents should be reported immediately to the President or, in the absence of the President, to a College official as listed on the PTCC Chain of Command Policy (107).


124 Record Retention

The purpose of this records retention policy is to provide a plan for managing governmental records by giving continuing authority to dispose of records under Minnesota Statutes 138.17 according to the attached PTCC Record Retention Schedule.


124 Appendix A to Policy

PTCC Records Retention Schedule


125 Grant Management

Ensure Pine Technical College’s compliance with applicable regulations in regard to awarded grants.


126 Data Integrity

Ensure that the quality of the data produced is the highest quality and that staff are aware of the legal responsibilities a public body has for such high standards.


127 Scholarship Distribution

Ensure equitable and appropriate distribution of Federal scholarship funds.


128 U.S. Dept. of Labor Supportive Services

Define guidelines for Disbursement, Use and Reporting of Participant Supportive Services.


129 U.S. Dept. of Labor Case Management Co-Enrollment

Define guidelines for Co-Enrollment between Workforce (WIA), State, County, Social Service and related agencies and their staff with regards to case management and reporting requirements regarding eligible grant program participants.


130 Medical Emergency and Health Issues

To ensure students, staff, faculty, and other campus visitors receive prompt professional medical treatment medical emergencies and other unexpected health issues.


131 Behavioral Assessment and CARE Team

The College is dedicated to the safety and health of its students, clients and staff.


132 Sexual Violence Reporting and Procedure

This policy is designed to prohibit sexual violence and provide a process through which individuals alleging sexual violence may pursue a complaint.