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Provost of the UniversitySee President and Senior Leadership
Deputy Provost and Chief of Staff
  1. Applications for copyrights, in the name of the Arizona Board of Regents, or in the name of an individual or other entity when required by contract, for materials published by the University as permitted by ABOR 6-908
  2. Requests for reproduction of materials appearing in publications, the copyrights for which materials are owned in the name of the Arizona Board of Regents, as permitted by ABOR 6-909.10
Senior Vice President of Global Academic Initiatives
  1. International Accelerated Degree Program agreements with other universities, after consultation with University counsel or on a form approved by University counsel.
  2. International memoranda of understanding and similar agreements, in a form approved by University counsel, provided that such agreements do not impose a financial obligation on the University or program obligations and are not sponsored grants or contracts.
Executive Vice Provost and Dean, ASU Online
  1. Professional consultant contracts not to exceed $10,000
  2. Personnel contracts
  3. Speakers' contracts
  4. Affiliation agreements as defined in PUR 004
  5. Performance contracts not to exceed $10,000
  6. Other agreements or contracts, other than procurement contracts and sponsored grants or contracts, that relate directly to the responsibilities and functions of the office of ASU Online and Extended Campus
  • Dean, W. P. Carey School of Business
  • Dean, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
  • Dean, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
  • Dean, College of Health Solutions
  • Vice Provost and Dean, Barrett, The Honors College
  • Dean, The College
  • Dean of Humanities, The College
  • Vice Provost and Dean, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
  • Dean, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law
  • Dean, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts
  • Dean of Natural Sciences, The College
  • Dean, New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
  • Dean, Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
  • Dean, Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions
  • Dean of Social Sciences, The College
  • Dean, School of Sustainability
  • Dean, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
  • Dean, University College
  • Dean, Graduate College
  • Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
  • Director of the School for Future of Innovation in Society
  • Director of the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
  1. Affiliation agreement, in a form approved by University counsel, for internship placement of University students
  2. Facility use or rental agreements that relate to the use of facilities under the direct control of the dean, not to exceed $20,000, and in a form approved by University counsel
  3. Contracts for the use of off-campus facilities (other than hotel, banquet, conference, or convention centers, or similar facilities, which must go through Purchasing and Business Services) for college-sponsored programs, not to exceed $10,000, and in a form approved by University counsel
  4. Speaker, honorarium, and performance contracts for college-sponsored programs within facilities under the direct control of the dean, not to exceed $20,000, and in a form approved by University counsel
  5. Services agreements, after consultation with University counsel or on a form approved by University counsel, for the provision of external sales or services by University departments under the direct control of the dean, not to exceed $20,000
  6. With respect only to the Dean of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, performance contracts for fine arts facilities and exhibits arranged by the University Art Museum or the College of Fine Arts, not to exceed $10,000
  7. With respect only to the Dean of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, Sponsored Instructional Projects Agreements with the corporate partners that sponsor Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering instructional projects (capstone projects)
  8. With respect only to the Dean of The College and the Dean of Humanities of The College, publishing agreements entered into by the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies as publisher
  9. With respect only to the Vice Provost and Dean, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, production agreements, after consultation with University counsel or on a form approved by University counsel, for the production of programming by KAET
  10. With respect only to the Dean of the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation:
    1. participation agreements, after consultation with University counsel or on a form approved by University counsel, which do not involve exchange of money but only service outreach programs in the community

      and

    2. service agreements, after consultation with University counsel or on a form approved by University counsel, which involve a fee schedule for health services provided, not to exceed $5,000

 

  • Dean and Director General of Thunderbird School of Global Management

 

  • Executive Director of Business Operations of Thunderbird School of Global Management

 

 

  1. Professional consultant contracts not to exceed $10,000
  2. Affiliation agreement, in a form approved by University counsel, for internship placement of University students without exchange of monetary compensation
  3. Facility use or rental agreements that relate to the use of facilities under the direct control of the Dean and Director General or Executive Director, not to exceed $20,000, and in a form approved by University counsel
  4. Contracts for the use of off-campus facilities (other than hotel, banquet, conference or convention centers, or similar facilities, which must go through Purchasing and Business Services) for college-sponsored programs, not to exceed $10,000, and in a form approved by University counsel
  5. Speaker, honorarium, and performance contracts for college-sponsored programs within facilities under the direct control of the Dean and Director General or Executive Director, not to exceed $20,000, and in a form approved by University counsel
  6. Services agreements, after consultation with University counsel or on a form approved by University counsel, for the provision of external sales or services by University departments under the direct control of the Dean and Director General or Executive Director, not to exceed $20,000
Associate Vice Provost and University Registrar
  1. Professional consultant contracts not to exceed $10,000
  2. Personnel contracts
  3. Speakers' contracts
  4. Student financial aid agreements
  5. Other agreements or contracts that relate directly to the responsibilities and functions of the Office of the Provost of the University, provided that such other agreements or contracts do not impose a financial obligation on the University and are not sponsored grants or contracts
University Librarian
  1. Affiliation agreements, in a form approved by University counsel, for internship placement of University students without exchange of monetary compensation
  2. Professional consultant contracts not to exceed $10,000
  3. Speakers' contracts
  4. Contracts for the acquisition of materials to be included in the library collection, including books, periodicals, microfilm, microfiche, etc.
  5. Other agreements or contracts that relate directly to the responsibilities and functions of the University Libraries, provided that such other agreements or contracts do not impose a financial obligation on the University and are not sponsored grants or contracts
Ross-Blakley Law Librarian
  1. Contracts for the acquisition of materials to be included in the Ross-Blakley Law Library collection, including books, periodicals, microfilm, microfiche, databases and other electronic content
  2. Other agreements or contracts that relate directly to the responsibilities and functions of the Ross-Blakley Law Library, provided that such other agreements or contracts do not impose a financial obligation on the University and are not sponsored grants or contracts
General Manager, KAET
  1. Professional consultant contracts on forms approved by University counsel, not to exceed $10,000
  2. Sponsorship agreements on forms approved by University counsel, not to exceed $10,000
  3. Personnel contracts not to exceed $10,000
  4. Speakers' contracts on forms approved by University counsel, not to exceed $10,000
  5. FCC applications, permits, petitions, and similar documents in connection with the licensing of KAET or KBAQ
Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
  1. Inter-university and study-abroad agreements, in a form approved by University counsel, provided that such agreements do not impose a financial obligation on the University and are not sponsored grants or contracts
Executive Director for Academic and Global Engagement
  1. Agreements or contracts with providers of study abroad program services, in a form approved by University counsel, provided that such agreements do not impose a direct financial obligation on the University.
  • Senior Director, International Students and Scholars Center

     

  • Associate Director, International Students and Scholars Center

 

  1. Nonimmigrant visa documentation including, but not limited to, H-1B, O-1, TN, H-1B1, and E-3.
  2. Documents related to immigrant visa processes including, but not limited to, PERM labor certification, PERM-based, outstanding researcher, extraordinary ability and national interest waiver I-140 immigrant petitions, I-485 applications to adjust status, consular processing of immigrant visas, naturalization and reentry permits.
  3. Applications for employment authorization and advance parole travel documents.
Director, Center for Science and the Imagination
  1. Publishing and copyright agreements related to works of authorship commissioned by the Center for Science and the Imagination, in a form approved by University counsel
  2. Agreements related to management and representation of works of authorship under the control of the Center for Science and the Imagination, in a form approved by University counsel

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Office of General Counsel
Fulton Center - 300 E. University Drive
Mail: PO Box 877405, Tempe, AZ 85287-7405
Phone: 480.965.4550
Fax: 480.965.0984