The College maintains an inventory of all equipment, furniture, and software purchased with University funds. Items on this inventory are not to be removed from the building for any reason without prior approval from the Associate Dean for Graduate Education, Research and Administration’s office (see OP63.08, #7 Private Use Prohibited). A written record of any item that is removed from the building must be on file in the office of the Associate Dean for Graduate Education, Research and Administration. Faculty are accountable for the items in their offices. Because state employees are precluded by law from making extensive personal use of state equipment and facilities, non-work-related business and personal affairs should be conducted away from the workplace. In other words and with reasonable limited exceptions, personal business should not be conducted in the workplace. Questions concerning state-owned property should be directed to the office of the Associate Dean for Graduate Education, Research and Administration.
All equipment purchased with University money grants or with start up monies will be inventoried with TTU through the College of Education Inventory System.
This equipment is the property of the State of Texas. When borrowing equipment from the College of Education you will be required to sign a State of Texas loan form. This states you are financially responsible for this equipment. You are also required to bring this equipment back when Loan Form date is agreed on.
When equipment purchased for you specifically, or you have property of the College of Education, the State requires each year you renew your loan form in the College of Education. That date is September 1st or first work day of the month. This is mandatory.
The policy of the College of Education personnel is to issue a computer (desktop, laptop, docking station) for the purpose of conducting their professional work.
Faculty may reserve additional laptops and peripherals through the LRC. Reservation is normally for 3 days. If you need it longer please contact the College of Education Learning Resource and Technology Unit Coordinator. Please see TTU OP63.08.