University Policies Manual (UPM)
The UPM provides a comprehensive reference of the most current University-wide policies issued by California State University, Fresno. To view an index of policies separated by function or search for a specific policy, click here.
All employees are required to completed trainings specific to the work they perform on campus. Emails are sent directly to you from Human Resources with the course information and deadline. More information on trainings for CSU employees, including course length, frequency, and point of contact, can be found on the Human Resources Compliance grid.
If you require a workplace accommodation for a disability, please discuss this with your supervisor and contact Human Resources at (559) 278-2032.
Accessibility at Fresno State
Accessibility information and/or assistance is available to the Fresno State campus community including faculty, staff, students, and visitors. For more information on Access at Fresno State, visit the Accessbility website. For a list of resources, both on-campus and off-campus, click here.
Fresno State makes a strong effort to protect its computing and information assets and to comply with pertinent laws, regulations and policies. Learn more about Information Security and what you can do to protect your information, here.
Department of Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) / Risk Management
The Office of Environmental Health and Safety, Risk Management and Sustainability (EHS RMS) performs a variety of functions which both enhance and maintain the health and safety of all members of the University community. For more information on EH&S and Risk Management, visit the website.
Campus Branding Standards
By consistently communicating who we are, we build strong recognition and familiarity that benefits all areas of our University community. We can more effectively promote Fresno State to all audiences, support our recruitment efforts, build an enduring connection between our students and the University, strengthen regional and national awareness and add private financial support. Please visit the Campus Branding Standards website for more information and downloadable resources.