No. School-level policies can override individual preferences; however, exceptions can be made on a case-by-case basis. Students should contact their registrar, and faculty and staff should contact their HR departments to request an exception to the local listing policy.
The policy is determined by the HUIT Identity and Access Management Product Manager, in conjunction with key stakeholders, such as Registrars and HR. All active non-temporary employees are eligible to be listed. Some departments will also list non-employee affiliates working as consultants or contractors. Students who are pursuing a degree or certificate are also eligible by the policies outlined in their local student handbooks.
An employee directory listing may include the following data: name, job title(s), HR department name(s), photograph, official e-mail address, office telephone & phone location, office fax and location, and office address.
A student directory listing may include the following data: name, school(s) and expected graduation year, photograph, official e-mail address, residential telephone (campus or personal phone as designated by student), and residential mailing address (dormitory/house, plus room number or city/state, if off campus).