32 President’s Signature


  1. If correspondence requiring the President’s signature is prepared in another office, specific guidelines on the format, typing font, and signature line should be verified with the President’s Office. Offices preparing correspondence on behalf of the President must also use the following process:
    1. Create the correspondence, and present a draft to the President’s Office for review.
    2. Revise the correspondence according to suggestions provided by the President’s Office.
    3. Print the final version, and submit it to the President’s Office for the President’s signature.
  2. Correspondence, diplomas, certificates, scholarships, contracts, or documents of a similar nature requiring the President’s signature must be submitted to the President’s Office at least three working days before the due date to ensure the President’s availability.
  3. Each use of the President’s electronic signature must be approved by the President’s Office.


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