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Employee Handbook
Table of Contents
Welcome to the Connecticut College Community!
College Policies
Employment Information
Leave Benefits
Salary and Wage Policy
College Resources and Facilities
Leaving Connecticut College
Glossary of Terms
Hourly Administrative Addendum
Salaried Administrative Addendum
Campus Safety Addendum
Dining Services Addendum
Physical Plant Addendum
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 Non-Disclosure and Confidentially Statement
 The protection of confidential information is vital to the interests and success of Connecticut College and its employees. Employees who improperly use or disclose confidential information will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment, even if they do not actually benefit from the disclosed information. Examples of confidential information are: any private employee or student information such as social security number, date of birth, telephone number, address, etc. to those without a need to know. Any questions regarding release of information should be directed to the department head or the College's General Counsel.
 It is the responsibility of every staff member to keep confidential any information entrusted to him or her. Confidential information about Connecticut College, its faculty, students, or staff may not be discussed or copied without proper authorization.
 The Family Education Right and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974 protects the privacy of student educational records and gives students the right to inspect and review their records. Under FERPA, personally identifiable information from student records generally cannot be disclosed without the student's consent. More detailed information about the proper handling of student records can be found in a document entitled "Connecticut College Policy Statement on Education Records of Students," which is available from the Office of the Registrar and on the College's web site. If you have any questions or concerns about disclosure of information from student records, refer to that Policy Statement or consult with the College's General Counsel.
 The Connecticut College Faculty, Staff and Student Directory and other similar publications must be treated as internal resources, not public information. Neither the directories nor the information in them may be released without permission.