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Process for Requesting Non-substantive Edits to University Policy

  1. The person requesting non-substantive edits to a University Policy contacts the University Policies Website Coordinator in writing with a description of the requested change.
  2. The Policies Website Coordinator will notify the Office of the General Counsel of the requested change.
  3. The Policies Website Coordinator and the Office of the General Counsel will consult and jointly determine if the requested change is non-substantive. If the change is found to be substantive, the Policies Website Coordinator will inform the person requesting the change and direct the person to the Process for Creating or Revising University Policy.
  4. If the change is deemed non-substantive, the Policies Website Coordinator will confirm the approved change with the person requesting the change and will make the requested change on the University Policies Website.
  5. The Policies Website Coordinator will add the revised policy to the list of policies enacted, revised, non-substantively revised, renewed, or repealed in the last year.