Formula for summer and mini pay is set at 165% of the prevailing adjunct rate. No more than six (6) courses may be taught outside of the faculty member’s contract at the formula rate during the fiscal year. Terms “outside of the contract” for nine month faculty is winter mini, spring mini and both summer semesters. Terms “outside of the contract” for 10.5 month faculty are the winter mini, spring mini and one semester in the summer. Outside of the contract for 12 month faculty working 35 hours per week are the winter and spring minis only. There are no “outside the contract” terms for 12 month faculty working a 40 hour work week.
For course load consideration beginning spring mini and summer, 2008, classes taught during the winter mini of 07-08 count toward the six (6) courses per year total.
A course is counted as a course without respect to credit hours. I.e. PE, Art, Automotive and Physics courses count as one course whether credit hours are 2, 3, 4 or 5.
The college will continue the precedent of assigning eligible faculty a maximum of one class in each of the mini semesters, two the first six weeks and two the second six weeks. These will be eligible for the new formula rate of 165% of the current adjunct rate.
Faculty should not be called in to perform non-teaching duties except in the most exceptional of circumstances. Only a campus president may approve a full-time faculty member for non-teaching duties performed during the summer semesters. The faculty member may not teach a class for formula and receive non-teaching pay during the same semester. Hours worked by a faculty member for non-teaching duties shall be accounted for and paid by the hour. The rate of pay is the overload lab rate in effect at the time. The actual hours shall be submitted on the monthly payroll with the payroll coversheet for the department. Salaries paid faculty performing non-teaching duties will comply with the college pay cycles, i.e., June payment includes only wages earned until the June payroll deadline.
Substitute pay will be paid at the substitute (adjunct rate) as approved by the board.
The following spreadsheet will be used to calculate summer duty hours. It calculates hours up to 35 per week. If the schedule goes beyond that, in terms of hours in the classroom, then it stops, since that is our working number for the faculty hours in a complete work week.