The Australian National University has adopted an open access policy. The policy is embodied in three documents: (1) "Guidelines: Depositing Scholarly Work to the ANU Research Repository," (2) "Policy: Code of Practice for Scholarly Publication and Dissemination at ANU," and (3) "Policy: Intellectual Property."
Here's an excerpt from the "Policy: Intellectual Property":
Section 6. Terms of Publication: Open Access
6.1 The object of this Section is to promote the availability of Scholarly Works Created within the University free or at a low cost to Members and the public in accordance with Open Access Principles, without causing unreasonable detriment to the creating Member.
6.2 A Member who Creates a Scholarly Work must, when it is accepted by a publisher for publication or otherwise the Member deems the work ready for publication, provide a copy of the Scholarly Work to the University.
6.3 Subject to Sub-section 6.4, copies of Scholarly Works received by the University under this Section may be made published by the University to Members or the public.
6.4 If the Member reasonably believes that the exercise by the University of rights under Sub-section 6.3 may:
a) impede the Member's ability to disseminate the Scholarly Work by publication through a third party or otherwise;
(b) result in unreasonable financial loss to the Member; or
(c) impede collaboration with co-authors outside the University,
the Member may, when providing the work to the University, indicate that the work may not be published by the University or it may not be published by the University for a specified time.