Visiting faculty appointments at an appropriate rank may be made when leaves of absence occur or special needs arise and funds are available. A visiting faculty member is typically a faculty member from another institution or practice who is employed by the College for a period not to exceed one (1) year. In the event that a Visiting faculty member is employed in that capacity for a second consecutive year, the visiting faculty member will then become an NTT faculty member. Visiting faculty members may attend, but do not vote on College Committees. All visiting faculty appointment must be approved by the Dean.
Other Faculty Appointments
When the College cannot meet its teaching needs from the ranks of Faculty, NTT faculty and graduate assistants, part-time faculty appointments may be made from an established pool of qualified applicants. All part-time appointments must be approved by the Dean.
These appointments are held primarily by faculty from other institutions or persons on the staffs of professional firms, community-based agencies and/or other private organizations. Adjunct faculty appointments are made at the discretion of the Dean, in consultation with the CAC. Such appointees may attend, but do not vote on College Committees. All adjunct faculty appointments must be approved by the Dean.