These sites contains critical policies that
help the University of San Francisco comply with the various federal and state guidelines on employment.
USF Staff Hiring Policy
Click here to learn about the USF Staff Hiring Policy.
USF Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination
Click here to learn about the USF Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination Policy.
Americans with Disabilities Act
Click here for information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) at USF.
Drug Free Workplace Policy
Click here for information on USF's Substance Abuse Policy.
Background Checks Policy
The University conducts background checks to promote a safe work environment and to assist those hiring in making prudent employment decisions based upon comprehensive job-related information.
Click here for information on USF's Background Check Policy.
Sexual Harrassment Policy
For more info on USF's Preventing Sexual Harassment & Other Unlawful Harassment Policy, click here.
Drug-Free Workplace Policy
It is the goal of the University of San Francisco to maintain a drug-free workplace. Click here to learn more.
USF Email Address Retention Policy for Retirees
This policy sets forth the procedures by which faculty and staff may retain a USF email address after retiring from the University.
After retiring from the University, faculty and staff may retain access to University email according to the following protocols:
- Full-time faculty may retain their existing email address.
- Retiring staff will automatically receive a new University email address from ITS.
- Other staff who are also alumni of the University, will automatically receive a new University email address from ITS.
For assistance or questions regarding the automatic assignment of a new University email address, please contact USF ITS. Questions on this policy may be referred to Diane Sweeney in Human Resources at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The use of the University’s electronic communication systems is a revocable privilege. Users must adhere to applicable University policies and procedures for ITS (http://www.usfca.edu/its/about/policies/) and Human Resources (http://www.usfca.edu/HR/Employment/Table_of_Contents/) at all times when accessing University email.
Using and/or accessing University email without proper authorization is prohibited. Retained and assigned email addresses are not to be shared. Each email address user is solely responsible for all functions performed. In appropriate circumstances, the University reserves the right to review and/or monitor emails sent or received through its network, at its sole discretion.
The Voluntary Reduction in Time or VRT program provides USF non-faculty staff with the opportunity to request reduced work hours with the appropriate department/school approvals.
The VRT program is not available to new participants. The VRT program is only available for those who participated during 2011-2012 and receive approval to continue.
The VRT Program Guidelines for participants appear below. 2011-12 program participants may request participation in fiscal year 2012-13 by printing and fully completing the request form below, and then sending the completed form to Human Resources, LM 339 for final approval.