Contract Administration Tip – Faculty Workload Requirements, Workload Parameters, & Non-Instructional Workload

Workload Computation Forms – At the end of the drop/add period, workload computation forms are developed and faculty instructional and non-instructional workloads are determined.

The President or the president’s designee shall at the end of  the “add/drop” period of each semester compute the actual instructional workload for each full-time faculty member according to the workload formulas. The President or the President’s designee will, on basis of the faculty member’s instructional and reassigned workload:

  1. Reduce the non-instructional workload in writing proportionately for any faculty member whose instructional and reassigned hours per week exceeds thirty-one (31) instructional and reassigned hours for faculty teaching only didactic courses or thirty-four (34) or more instructional and reassigned hours for faculty teaching other than only didactic courses; OR
  2. Determine in writing after discussing alternativeswith the affected faculty members whose load is below the twenty-nine (29) instructional and reassigned hour minimum (see alternatives – p. 4 of attachment).

Since preparation time and contact time have changed to give faculty more credit under the new contract, faculty should request their Workload Computation Form and review the pdf document attached for compliance. The Workload Computation Form is due at the end of the drop/add period each semester.

The new Workload Computation Form is also attached.

Faculty Workload, Workload Parameters, Prep Hours, Non-Intruction

2015-2018-1 Workload Computation Form copy