- February 17, 2012
- Finance and Administration
- President and Vice Presidents: February 21, 2012 Signature (pdf)
- Vice President for Finance and Administration
- Past Version(s)
- Motor Pool (archived February 2012)
To establish the process for reserving, scheduling and utilizing vehicles scheduled through The Evergreen State College’s (TESC) motor pool for official college business
All personnel, staff and faculty, responsible for scheduling or operating vehicles obtained through TESC’s motor pool for college academic, administrative or operational purposes.
1. The Evergreen State College is an educational institution assisted by the state of Washington. Personnel responsible for scheduling or operating vehicles through TESC’s motor pool do so in as efficient manner as possible in support of TESC’s mission..
2. Individuals, groups, or organizations wanting to reserve, schedule and/or use vehicles provided through TESC’s motor pool must follow the procedures established by Facilities Services which are available at http://evergreen.edu/motorpool/home.htm.
3. Individuals, groups, or organizations may not use college vehicles, Washington State Motor Pool vehicles or college rented/leased private vehicles for other than college business. Any vehicle, including privately owned vehicles, used for college business must comply with the college’s Travel Policy, http://www.evergreen.edu/policies/policy/travelpolicy.
4. The appropriate Motor Pool staff (currently Motor Pool Coordinator and/or Supervisor, Grounds and Motor Pool) is responsible for scheduling the use of college owned, Washington State Motor Pool, or rented/leased vehicles in support of the college’s mission. Priority of use for the college’s fleet vehicles is as follows:
a. Support of academic programs
b. Support of student activities including athletics
c. Support of administrative programs
d. Support of TESC Foundation
e. Support of all other official college business
5. The appropriate Motor Pool staff will use college owned vehicles whenever practical to meet the requests of individuals, groups, or organizations for travel. The Motor Pool staff will coordinate with appropriate college personnel to meet the needs of the requestor through the use of non-college vehicles (state owned, rental/leased) as necessary.
6. The appropriate Motor Pool staff is the official point of contact for the college with the State Motor Pool, Washington State contracted rental car/truck agencies (e.g., Enterprise, Hertz), and contract bus companies. College personnel requiring vehicles for college business may not use any vehicles from the above organizations without coordination with the college’s Motor Pool staff (unless the unit has procured the transportation services (bus, car, van, truck) using the college’s purchasing department through the Request for Proposals/Request for Quote process) except for those personnel who are travelling individually under an approved travel authority per the college’s Travel Policy.
7. The Vice President for Finance and Administration is responsible for the application of this policy and must approve any exceptions to this policy.