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101.400 University Facilities and Services

The content of this page applies to UEA employees on the University of Minnesota, Duluth campus.


101.410 Bulletin Boards.

By mutual agreement, one (1) centrally located bulletin board in each academic building in which Members have offices or use instructional space shall be designated and labeled to be for Association use. The Association shall be permitted the use of these bulletin boards for posting notices pertaining to the conduct of Association affairs.

101.420 Campus Mail Service.

The Employer shall permit the Association to use the campus mails for the delivery of materials connected with the Association's conducting its business to its Members. The Association shall pay the Employer the established charge for users of the campus mail service. However, the Chancellor or h/her designee, may allow such use without charge. If such free use is granted on a given occasion it shall not serve as a precedent or confer any right to free use on any subsequent occasion. Mail from the Association to the Employer shall be carried in the campus mail free of charge.

101.430 Office Space.

The Employer shall rent to the Association office space at UMD at the lowest established rental rate for renters on a space available basis, taking into account the Employer's previously scheduled use of space by others.

101.440 Parking Space.

The Employer shall provide the Association three “Gold” parking spaces as they become available on the UMD campus for the exclusive use of the Association, which shall be paid for by the Association at established rates.

101.450 Room Use.

The Association shall have the right to use general purpose and meeting rooms for Association business, at reasonable times when such rooms are not otherwise in use, without charge. Reservations for use of rooms shall follow the normal room scheduling procedure.

101.460 Other Facilities, Services and Equipment.

The Employer shall permit the Association to use other facilities, services and equipment to the same extent that the Employer permits other business associations to make use of those facilities, services and equipment. The Association's use of these facilities, services and equipment shall not interfere with the Employer's use of those facilities, services and equipment for its own purposes or with the Employer's previous scheduling of such use by others. The Association shall pay the Employer the lowest established charge for users who pay for the use of those facilities, services, and equipment. However, the Chancellor, or h/her designee, may allow the Association such use free of charge. If such free use is granted on a given occasion it shall not serve as a precedent or confer any right to free use on any subsequent occasion.