University faculty and unclassified professional employees who are employed full-time are advised of the established salary or rate of pay for their respective full-time position in the annual notice of appointment each faculty and unclassified professional employee receives from the University. It is the expectation that the established salary or rate of pay will be the only compensation paid to the full-time employee and that compensation in excess of full-time salary is the exception and only to be paid in limited and approved circumstances.
Policy Statement:1. The payment of compensation in excess of full-time salary is prohibited except in specific cases approved by the President or the President's designee. As a matter of policy, compensation in excess of full-time salary will not be authorized except in certain unusual cases where each of the following requirements are met:
services are requested by the college, school, department or
division to be served.
services are to be provided during a specific, limited and
proscribed time and can be fully and accurately described.
of the additional services is in the best interest of the
University, contributing to the improvement of its
instructional activities or the professional development of
the faculty or unclassified professional employee,
continuing the provision of crucial University operations,
strengthening the University's research and service program,
supporting its cooperation with other Regents Universities
and state agencies and/or enhancing the image of the
University as a public entity.
||The faculty or unclassified professional employee is qualified to provide the additional services.|
or unclassified professional employee’s regular University
assignments cannot be appropriately decreased to accommodate
the additional services.
||The amount of time and effort to be
expended by the faculty or unclassified professional employee in
providing the additional services is consistent with the
University limitations for personal professional services.
||The additional services cannot
properly and reasonably be assigned under the University's
policies and procedures for personal professional activity.
The General Counsel shall have primary responsibility for publication, dissemination and implementation of this University policy.
May 15, 2007