Last Modified: 2015-04-01
| Human Resources
Next Review: 2020-04-15
University Board of Trustees policy prohibits employees from receiving additional compensation – such as overload or “adjunct” compensation – for work performed during the course of their regular position or assignment. More specifically, full- or part-time non instructional employees (hourly or salaried staff/administrators) with an additional assignment to teach during normal work hours must utilize flex-time, comp time, paid or unpaid leave as approved in advance by the regular supervisor for this time away from their regular assignment. In addition, all prep work and grading is to be done outside of regularly paid work time.
Hourly or salaried staff teaching more than one additional course per semester requires approval from their supervisor prior to accepting such teaching assignments. The supervisor should grant his/her approval by providing a signature on the teaching contract.