Chapter 11: Teaching Duties & Related Compensation for Full Time Administrators of Non-Faculty Employees
The University restricts teaching activities in addition to regular duties and extra compensation arising thereof for administrative staff employees.
11.1 Administrative staff who qualify for regular faculty appointments and who wish to teach are encouraged to accept occasional teaching assignments in addition to their regular administrative duties. Such assignments shall be limited to no more than one course per year; shall be without additional compensation; and shall be approved by the appropriate supervisor(s).
11.2 An administrative staff member may accept a teaching assignment on a regular continuing basis, with approval of his/her supervisor(s). In such cases, an adjustment shall be made in his/her appointment to reflect the split assignment. Separate academic and administrative professional compensation rates will be established, and an adjusted full-time salary will be derived from these two rates.
11.3 In unusual circumstances, when the need for an emergency faculty assignment arises, administrative staff who qualify for regular faculty appointments may be authorized on an exceptional basis to perform teaching duties for additional compensation, provided that the staff member's primary administrative responsibilities will not be disrupted by this special assignment. Such exceptions must be approved by the appropriate supervisor(s) and will be granted on a one-time-only basis.