Continuing (Policies of the Board of Trustees,
Continuing appointment is the appointment to a position of academic rank which
shall not be affected by changes in such rank and shall continue until
resignation, retirement, or termination. It is granted by the Chancellor after recommendation by the President. Faculty are eligible upon
completion of seven years of service in the academic rank of Assistant Professor,
Senior Assistant Librarian, Assistant Librarian. Faculty in the ranks of Professor,
Associate Professor, Librarian, or Associate Librarian are eligible upon initial
appointment or thereafter (upon the completion of
three consecutive years of service, further employment must be on the basis of
Administrative officers of the college and professional staff not in a negotiating
unit are appointed to positions at the campus to serve at the pleasure of the President.
Search procedures are required and must be approved by Equity and
Permanent (Policies of the Board of Trustees,
Permanent appointment is the appointment of an employee in a professional title
which is eligible for permanent appointment, which shall continue until a change
in such title, resignation, retirement, or termination. It is granted by the Chancellor after recommendation by the President. Professional employees
are eligible for permanent appointment upon completion of seven years of full-time
professional service at the college, the last two years of which in the same professional
Note: Professional employees whose titles are listed in Appendix A, B, and C are not eligible
for permanent appointment.
Please refer to
Article XI, Title D of the
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Temporary (Policies of the Board of Trustees,
An appointment which may be terminated at any time. Temporary appointments
ordinarily shall be given only when service is to be part-time, consistent with
section 2 of Title D, Article XI, voluntary, or anticipated to be for a period
of one year or less, or when an employee's initial appointment in the University
is made to a position vacated by a professional employee who is serving a
probationary appointment pursuant to Title C, section 5, or Title D, section 6.
A temporary appointment is also appropriate whenever a position has been vacated
by an employee on approved leave.
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Term (Policies of the Board of Trustees,
A term appointment shall be an appointment for a specified period of not more than three
years which shall automatically expire at the end of that period unless terminated earlier
because of resignation, retirement or termination. A term appointment cannot be offered to
a new employee without completing a search or search waiver approved by Equity &
Campus Diversity. Further employment of a part-time employee beyond six consecutive
semesters in a professional title shall be a term appointment.
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