Baruch identifies latest security threat: children

Baruch Associate Provost Slavin took a moment out of holiday wellwishing today to remind faculty that their children must be signed in at security desks as any other visitor, along with “the purpose of the visit and its expected duration. Regular, repeated visits by children are not permitted.” You better watch out…
From: Dennis Slavin <dennis.slavin@baruch.cuny.edu>
Date: December 22, 2011 11:49:44 AM EST
Subject:Children on Campus

This email is being sent to all members of the faculty.

In the Fall of 1999, the College established a policy regarding students and employees bringing children on campus.  That policy is stated as follows:

“The College has an obligation to its students, staff, and visitors to conduct its operations and maintain its facilities in a manner consistent with its mission as an institution of higher education.  There may be occasions when brief visits by children under the age of 17 of faculty, staff, and students may be necessary.  Minor children may visit College offices and facilities, other than classrooms, for limited periods of time at the discretion of the supervisor of the office or facility which is the destination of the parents or child.  On such occasions children will be subject to the same conditions as any other visitor to the College. Parents must sign in their children at security desks as any other visitor, along with the purpose of the visit and its expected duration.  Regular, repeated visits by children are not permitted.  It is a parent’s responsibility to supervise his or her children at all times they are present on College premises.”

Dennis Slavin
Associate Provost and Assistant Vice President
Baruch College, CUNY
646-660-6504
(phone); 646-660-6531 (fax)
Dennis.Slavin@baruch.cuny.edu

http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/provost/teaching_learning.htm

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