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13-1-1 Instructional Projects and Services

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  1. Introduction
  2. Area Commission
  3. Information Technology
  4. Plans and Analysis
  5. Marketing
  6. Financial Affairs
  7. Facilities Management
  8. Human Resources and Employee Relations
  9. Development
  10. Procurement and Inventory Control
  11. Auxiliary Enterprises and Printing Services
  12. Public Safety
  13. Academic Affairs

    13-0-2 Course Syllabi and Addenda

    13-0-3 New Curriculum Program Development

    13-0-6 Grade Reports and Transcripts

    13-0-8 Full-time Faculty Workload/Overload

    13-0-9 Curriculum Content Changes

    13-0-10 Closing Academic Programs

    13-1-1 Live Work Projects

    13-3-0 Academic Advisory Committees Policy

    13-3-1 Academic Advisory Committees

    13-4-1 Articulation

    13-5-1 Audiovisual Production Request

    13-6-1 Student Intellectual Property Rights

    13-7-0 Education Abroad Policy

    13-7-1 Education Abroad

    13-8-0 Institutional Review Board Policy

    13-8-1 Institutional Review Board

    13-9-1 Student Privacy, Distance Learning

    13-10-1 Academic Student Ceremonies

  14. Learning Resources
  15. Continuing Education and Economic Development
  16. Admissions and Registrar
  17. Student Services

NUMBER: 13-1-1 APPROVED DATE: 05-19-1998

BASED ON POLICY NUMBER AND TITLE: SBTCE 8-0-102: PERSONAL BENEFIT FROM PROJECTS

Purpose:  To establish guidelines by which instructors may accept course-related instructional projects and services from Trident Technical College faculty, staff, and students, and from the community. Instructional projects and services refers to work performed by students as part of an academic course assignment and does not include established campus enterprises such as restaurants and clinics that are open to the public.  Instructional projects and services are subject to the following:

  1. Acceptance of instructional projects and services is at the discretion of the instructor, with approval of the division dean and the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
  2. Instructional projects and services must relate directly to the competencies being taught in the associated course.
  3. Instructors should not accept or offer an instructional project or service if it is considered to be in direct competition with local businesses and to have an adverse impact on their operation.
  4. The Vice President for Academic Affairs must approve instructional projects and services that involve students working off campus.
  5. A signed liability release statement tailored to fit the shop concerned must be on file for any personally owned property left in the custody of TTC employees for the purposes of instructional projects and services.
  6. The program may assess a shop fee as appropriate and in accordance with a departmental fee schedule. The individual requesting the work must pay for or furnish materials used in the project or services.
  7. Tangible goods produced by students during a course may be offered to the public or through bid procedure at a price which will allow the institution to recover costs.
  8. All financial transactions must be done by credit or debit card; no cash transactions are permitted.

Reviewed: 08-15-2007

Reviewed: 06-17-2013

Updated: 03-27-2019