Healthy Campus Regulations
For each criteria, verifiable evidence must be provided. Examples of evidence are available for each criterion.
Article 1 - Conditions of access
- These regulations lay down the conditions of access to the “FISU Healthy Campus Label” to all universities and tertiary education institutions of the world.
- Access information and registration to the “FISU Healthy Campus Label” Digital Platform may be requested by any university officially recognised by the Ministry of Education or Higher Education of each country.
- The access to the digital platform “FISU Healthy Campus Label” is done through the address https://www.fisuhealthycampus.sport
Article 2 - Confidentiality and equal treatment
- The labelling process is confidential.
- Confidentiality covers all documents and facts which the administrative services, technical teams, and the Client Manager designated by FISU, using the platform, communication and all the assistance needed for the labelling process.
- All data provided by the universities have as unique goal the evaluation for labelling process, and in case of communication or benchmarking purpose, must be subject to express consent by each university.
- Equal treatment is guaranteed during the labelling process to all universities.
Article 3 – Minimum requirements and labelling criteria
- University labelling depends on the overall score obtained in the established criteria, being framed by the minimum access requirements and the fulfilment of the mandatory criteria.
- The Healthy Campus areas and scope for labelling are:
- Healthy Campus management (33 criteria)
- Context, literature and needs (4 criteria);
- Leadership (4 criteria);
- Vision strategy and action plan (3 criteria);
- Role, responsibilities (3 criteria);
- Resources (3 criteria);
- Communication (2 criteria);
- Stakeholders and network (4 criteria);
- Events, programmes and services (5 criteria);
- Evaluation and improvement (5 criteria);
- Physical activity and sport (33 criteria);
- Nutrition (8 criteria);
- Disease prevention (7 criteria);
- Mental and social health (8 criteria);
- Risk behaviour (5 criteria);
- Environment, sustainability & social responsibility (6 criteria).
- Healthy Campus management (33 criteria)
- The universities will be ranked according to their score with respect to the criteria, which will be called “Label Status”:
- During the first year of joining the programme, the university receives the status of Certified if it has more than 39 validated criteria:
- After the second year in the programme, the university receives the following status depending on the number of validated criteria
- Certified: 40-50 criteria validated;
- Certified Bronze: 51-65 criteria validated;
- Certified Silver: 66-80 criteria validated; and at least 1 for each of the domains;
- Certified Gold: 81-90 criteria validated; and at least 2 for each of the domains;
- Certified Platinum: 91-100 criteria validated; and at least 3 for each of the domains;
Article 4 – Labelling Committee
- The FISU Labelling Committee is the competent group to assign and cancel the labelling of each university;
- The Labelling Committee is composed of FISU General Secretary, FISU Director General, FISU Director for Healthy Campus and two (2) invited members of FISU President.
Article 5 - Labelling cycles and calendar
- Labelling cycles occur every two years;
- The first year of each cycle corresponds to a self-assessment exercise by the university with FISU Healthy Campus team, report and attribution of the label on the first year. The odd years correspond to a process of continuous improvement and maintenance of the label. The second year and during the even years, external audit process will be done with report and label renewal;
- During the first year, after registration and payment, each university has nine (9) months to reply and work on the criteria in the FISU Healthy Campus platform. After the nine-month period, FISU has one (1) month to send the evaluation report and propose the classification and label level attribution. Universities have one (1) month to send their feedback, agree or contest the evaluation. After the university feedback, FISU awards the university with the label and certificate;
- During the even years of the universities labelling cycle, the on-site audit takes place in the second week of the tenth month.
Article 6 - Fees
- Labelling fees are officially communicated by FISU for each two year cycle.
- Universities pay an annual fee to FISU.
Article 7 - Gap integration and review
- The gaps and any situation not foreseen in these regulations will be reviewed and amended by the FISU Executive Committee.
- The revision of the standard document and regulations shall be undertaken every two years.