|Policy Number: 210||Effective Date: 06/23/86|
|Policy Title: Teaching Loads||Revised: 05/01/06; 07/01/10|
|Approval Date: 21 June 1986||President’s Signature: on file|
The University is committed to the goal of a normal teaching load of 12 semester hours a semester for full-time teaching personnel.
When full-time faculty members are assigned teaching responsibilities beyond 12 credit hours per semester and 24 credit hours per year, they will be compensated according to the pay schedule for overload teaching. An assigned teaching load in excess of 12 credit hours per semester are to be approved no later than at the time of registration by the Department Chairperson and College/School Dean. Faculty who elect non-assigned teaching responsibilities to serve students by teaching in excess of 12 credit hours per semester and 24 credit hours per year will not be compensated for overload teaching as a result of such a voluntary choice.