- College of Arts & Sciences Operations Manual
- Table of Contents
- Academic Committees
- Personnel Policies & Procedures
- Administrative Policies & Procedures
- Departmental Meetings
- Designated Funds
- Faculty Designated Accounts
- Extra Compensation
- Office Space
- Humanities Building Room Use Policy
- Sears Recital Hall
- Science Center Auditorium
- College Van Rental Procedures
- Vehicle Use & Driver Certification Policy
- Clarification of College Computing Policies
- Travel Policies
- Refurbishment of Department and Faculty Offices
- Student Policies & Procedures
Clarification of College Computing Policies
All computer or computing equipment purchases must be made through CAS IT, including purchases on research contracts. (This includes Apple items.) Items purchased must be University approved brands unless there is a significant reason why the University brand is not acceptable. In that case, a request must be made for an exception which is ultimately approved by the Office of the Dean.
All computers or computing equipment purchased using University funds are the property of the University of Dayton. University funds include funds from the following sources: designated accounts, endowed accounts, faculty designated accounts, grant and research accounts (including UDRI accounts), base budget accounts, and sponsored project accounts.
The University has recently issued a document entitled Guidance for Interpreting University sponsored Purchases of iPads and Mobile Tablet Devices.
Faculty members wishing to purchase an iPad, tablet or other mobile device need to work through CAS IT, making a request to purchase the item. The request needs to include the academic and professional purposes for the purchase. Ultimately, the Dean must approve the purchase of the mobile device. As indicated in the document,
- Typically, University funds should not be used to purchase apps.
- University funds may not be used to purchase 3G or 4G access plans.
- Departments may wish to purchase a tablet as a loaner for faculty for short term use.