127.01 Faculty are expected to teach four 3-hour courses or the equivalent per semester unless a portion of that time is reassigned for administrative, research, or other purposes approved by the dean or a lesser load is required to maintain specialized accreditation (e.g., AACSB).
127.02 Faculty are expected to assume their fair share of academic advising, registration duties, club sponsorships, and departmental committee work.
127.03 Faculty are expected to accept a reasonable share of institution-wide service activities, including institutional governance when selected. However, faculty are also expected to exercise prudence in accepting such service, so that they are not taking on a disproportionate or unduly burdensome load that interferes with teaching and research.
127.04 Faculty are expected to have an on-going research and professional development agenda, to share the agenda with their department chair, and to make progress annually in addressing the agenda.
127.05 Faculty are expected to engage in public and professional service activities as time and opportunity allows.
127.06 Faculty are expected to average no more than one day a week in any approved outside employment.
127.07 Faculty may not be paid for teaching overloads during the regular academic year and will not be assigned overloads unless they are agreeable and compensatory time is provided within the subsequent two-semesters.
127.08 Summer teaching is optional, depends on need, and is limited to no more than 9 credit hours for the summer semester. (excluding summer semester)