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Anthropology Department Property Tracking Form

The intent of this form is to track Boise State University/Department of Anthropology property that has been approved to be taken home or to a remote location, on a short or extended basis. Property used for educational or work purposes must be returned to the University prior to the end of employment or agreed-on academic term. Participants assume the cost of unreturned or potentially damaged property (subject to review).

Employment or Student Type(Required)
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Location of Item(s)(Required)

I am responsible for the following BSU and/or Anthropology Department property that is currently not on the BSU and/or Department premises:

Excerpt from BSU Policy #6270 Regarding Property Removed from Campus

a. Generally, equipment and materials that are part of the university’s inventory should not be removed from campus for personal use. Exceptions include items checked out from departments or units authorized to loan equipment, including Albertsons Library and Learning Technology Solutions. For equipment and materials used for an employee to telecommute or work remotely, see University Policy 7600 (Telecommuting – Hybrid) or University Policy 7605 (Telecommuting – Remote Work). b. Departments and units may allow off-campus use of equipment and materials following the criteria below: - The equipment or materials must be used for University business that is within the scope of the employee’s job duties, - The department chair/head or supervisor must approve the off-campus use of the equipment or materials (approval documentation including where the equipment or materials are located should be kept on file), and - The equipment or materials must be returned to campus for any needed repair, maintenance, or upon the employee’s separation from the university. c. University equipment and materials are covered off-campus subject to a $2000 deductible per covered loss. Optional Inland Marine coverage is available for certain property that is frequently transported or subject to theft or breakage.