Number: 535

Subject:  COMPENSATION RATE SCHEDULE FOR PART-TIME FACULTY

         

Amberton University contracts with qualified individuals as part-time instructors for the service of teaching assigned classes. The term of this contract may not exceed one (1) year. Compensation is determined by class size and the professor's teaching performance and experience at Amberton University. Experience in teaching at Amberton University includes having performed above the course average on student evaluations and having been fully certified to teach courses at the University.

Since each part-time instructor is considered an employee of Amberton University, FICA (Social Security & Medicare) and FWT (Federal Withholding) taxes are deducted from compensation. Each part-time employee is required to file the required payroll forms with the Business Office prior to employment. As a part-time employee, the instructor is ineligible for group health insurance and retirement plan coverage through the University. The specific relationship between the University and the part-time instructor as well as a specific definition of the teaching responsibilities is outlined in the Instructional Contract for Part-Time Employees. Part-time instructors are not to teach more than seven classes per year and are not to be involved in more than four preparations per year.

     COMPENSATION SCHEDULE

BASE COMPENSATION: (No fewer than 12 students)

Salary per session (ten week session) $2,850.00

 

SCALE FOR CLASSES WITH FEWER THAN 12 STUDENTS:

     The Chief Academic Officer may cancel the course, re-assign the course to another, or allow its continuance as a lecture course or distance learning course. If the class is offered, the instructor will be paid $250.00 per student.