MOU-MOA

MOA-MOU POLICY GUIDELINES

The Office of the Provost, and the Assistant to the Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs will serve as the liaison and will work with the appropriate Dean’s office to assist with routing and finalizing each agreement.

The following types of MOA/MOU are routed through the Office of the Provost:

  • All Academic Activities*
  • MAP/CES Outreach and Extension**
  • Academic and Research***

*Not including MOAs for Practicum students, since the major issue with those agreements is Risk rather than academic standards. “Academic activities” includes all other agreements related to credit-bearing courses and academic programs, since the Provost’s Office needs to make sure that they meet accreditation standards and reporting requirements. CRCD academic activities, including CTC, will have CRCD review, as provided below.

**MOA or MOU concerning the activities of the Marine Advisory Program and the Cooperative Extension service.

***Requires both signatures from Provost, and the Vice Chancellor of Research

Resources:

MOA-MOU Website: http://www.uaf.edu/mou-moa/

MOA-MOU Guiding Practice Flowchart

MOA-MOU Policy

MOA-MOU TemplateTo be used as the foundation for all agreements.  Please keep in mind that the information included in the template is required for record-keeping in OnBase, and information can be added to meet the requirements of the external agency. The department/program/college will need to collaborate with the external agency in finalizing the contents of the agreement. 

Academic Deans’ Offices Contacts:

Please contact Jennifer Hoppough (Assistant to the Provost) at 474-7096 or jahoppough@alaska.edu

 

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