Institutional Policy and Compliance

Practice Directives and Procedures


What are Practice Directives and Procedures?

Practice Directives and Procedures are guiding principles for decision-making and related processes at all levels of the organization.

They serve the purpose of:

    • standardizing Administrative processes
    • encouraging transparency
    • ensuring easy access to resources and other important information
    • aiding in promoted understanding of University compliance as well as UW System, State and Federal policies
Want to learn more about how Practice Directives and Procedures are structured?

Read our Practice Directive and Procedure about Practice Directives and Procedures:

UW-Whitewater Practice Directive

UW-Whitewater Practice Directive and Procedure Process 

Are you interested in utilizing Practice Directives and Procedures for your unit?

See below for templates:

Practice Directive Template

Procedure Template

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