Presentation on theme: "ADJUNCT FACULTY PROMOTION PROCESS AN EXPLANATION AND NAVIGATION GUIDE Revised 8-6-14."— Presentation transcript:
ADJUNCT FACULTY PROMOTION PROCESS AN EXPLANATION AND NAVIGATION GUIDE Revised
Objectives: 1.VCCS – 29: Normal Minimum Criteria for Each Faculty Rank 2.Promotion Criteria 3.Adjunct Faculty Rates : Adjunct Faculty Promotion Recommendation Form 5.Additional Information 6.Questions
VCCS – 29: Normal Minimum Criteria for Each Faculty Rank Column 1 is for transfer disciplines such as those in Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences (i.e. Biology, Political Science, Math, History, English, Philosophy, Foreign Languages, English as a Second Language, Psychology, etc.), Math and Developmental Studies Column 3 is for specialized professional programs or technical associates in Applied Sciences or Arts Degree fields. Some disciplines include Business Management, Early Childhood Education, Automotive, etc. Several of the disciplines do require master’s degrees to teach certain courses because they can transfer to four year institutions: This includes Business, Information Technology, and Accounting. Column 5 is for non-associate degree occupational fields. Some disciplines include Diesel Technology and Welding.
Promotion Criteria 1.Teaching Effectiveness ◦ Review of the evaluation ratings from the previous year 2.Academic Preparation ◦ Review of postsecondary education at initial hire and thereafter 3.Experience ◦ Related Occupational Experience ◦ Total Teaching Experience ◦ Full-Time Community College Experience ◦ Professional Activities and Contributions 4.Minimum VCCS Experience in Previous Rank
Additional Information o Adjunct Faculty Handbook o Home > Faculty & Staff > Human Resources > Handbooks and Policies o Payroll Schedule o Home > Faculty & Staff > Finance > Office of the Controller > Payroll Information o 457 Deferred Compensation Plan & 403 (b) Tax Deferred Annuity o Home > Faculty & Staff > Human Resources > Benefits o Tuition Assistance o Home > Faculty & Staff > Human Resources > Benefits
Questions Tracey White, Credentialing Specialist ◦ or (703) Jennifer Grant, HR Campus Consultant ◦ or (703)