Multiple Campus Appointments
A faculty member’s resident campus is determined by his/her appointment letter. All regional campus faculty members (including those who are “shared”) have a resident campus. The resident campus is where they are reviewed (e.g., RTP, FTNTT reviews). A faculty member’s resident campus does not change based on his/her Fall workload assignment. Workload assignments do not have an impact on resident faculty status. For a tenure-track faculty, resident campus assignments can only be changed as described in the Collective Bargaining Agreement, Article IX, Section 5, B & C. (i.e., voluntary and involuntary reassignment).
In terms of the establishment of the proper Faculty Council representation, primary assignment of a tenure-track faculty member is determined annually based upon the teaching load in the Fall semester as outlined in the Collective Bargaining Agreement, Article VI, Section 6, B(1).