2. This completed application, signed by the applicant’s supervisor, must be kept on file in the departmental office for the duration of the instructional period.
3. Courses are to be taught at a time not interfering with the regularly or normally assigned working or office hours. The applicant’s supervisor may approve a maximum of one course to be taught during regular working hours, providing that compensatory time is made up.
4. All persons who teach courses must meet SACS criteria for employment and be appointed and oriented by the appropriate office or department.
5. If a salary is to be paid, it will be in accord with the approved adjunct salary scale.
6. Petitions for exceptions to this procedure will be ruled on by the appropriate vice president(s) and forwarded through usual administrative channels prior to the instructional assignment.
References: Prior ETSU Policy B-113 approved May 6, 1994; revised September 26, 1994; Procedure A33.01
STAFF (NON-FACULTY TEACHING ASSIGNMENT APPLICATION
Name and Title Department
seeks approval to teach _______________ which meets on______ at______ for______ credit (Course Name & Number) (Days) (Hours) (Number)
hours during the _______________________ semester.
(Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)
If a course is to be taught during normal working hours, explain how compensatory time will be made up: ______________________________________________________________________________
A salary is to be paid. Yes _____ No _____
Signature of Applicant Applicant’s Supervisor
Contact for Interpretation: Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs