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RETENTION, TENURE, AND PROMOTION


DEADLINES (CONTINUED)

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04/15/08 DEADLINE FOR DEAN’S REVIEW (TENURE)
04/22/08 DEADLINE FOR DEAN'S REVIEW OF RETENTION OF FACULTY IN THEIR 4TH OR 5TH PROBATIONARY

YEAR, IF DEAN’S RECOMMENDATION IS NEGATIVE.
04/25/08 DEADLINE FOR DEAN’S REVIEW (PROMOTIONS), IF DEAN’S RECOMMENDATION IS NEGATIVE.
06/02/08 DEADLINE FOR FINAL DECISION FROM VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS ON RETENTION

OF FACULTY IN THEIR 3RD, 4TH, OR 5TH PROBATIONARY YEAR (FINAL DECISION DELEGATED TO DEANS WHEN DEAN’S DECISION IS POSITIVE.)
06/02/08 DEADLINE FOR FINAL DECISION ON TENURE (VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS)
06/16/08 DEADLINE FOR FINAL DECISION ON PROMOTION FROM VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS,

(FINAL DECISION DELEGATED TO DEANS WHEN DEAN’S DECISION IS POSITIVE.)

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RANGE ELEVATION FOR LECTURERS


(POLICY STATEMENT 02-03)


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FOLLOWING THE GUIDELINES IN ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES FOR DEPARTMENTS, EACH

DEPARTMENT SHALL FORWARD ITS INITIAL PROCEDURES ON RANGE ELEVATION TO THE

ACADEMIC SENATE WITHIN TEN DAYS OF APPROVING THE PROCEDURES


09/28/07 THE OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS (ACADEMIC PERSONNEL) PROVIDES A

TIMETABLE FOR ALL DEADLINES RELATED TO LECTURER RANGE ELEVATION



11/01/07 ANY SUBSEQUENT CHANGES TO APPROVED RANGE ELEVATION PROCEDURES MUST

BE FORWARDED TO THE ACADEMIC SENATE BY THE DATE OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR

THE PROCEDURES TAKE EFFECT
11/01/07 EACH ELIGIBLE LECTURER WILL BE NOTIFIED OF RANGE ELEVATION ELIGIBILITY.

THE LIST WILL BE PROVIDED BY ACADEMIC PERSONNEL TO THE COLLEGE OFFICES

FOR DISTRIBUTION
02/20/08 SUGGESTED DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ELEVATION MATERIALS BY LECTURERS

WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR RANGE ELEVATION



03/10/08 SUGGESTED DEADLINE FOR DEPARTMENT TO SUBMIT WRITTEN RECOMMENDATION ON

RANGE ELEVATION TO DEAN
03/24/08 SUGGESTED DEADLINE FOR DEAN’S FINAL DECISION ON RANGE ELEVATION FORWARDED

TO LECTURER AND DEPARTMENT





SCHOLARLY AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY COMMITTEE (SCAC)


DEADLINE FOR

SUMMER STIPEND, MINI-GRANT, AND AY ASSIGNED TIME AWARDS
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

9/17/07 2006-07 Assigned Time Reports of Work Accomplished Due in the Office of University Research



9/24/07 Combined SCAC Applications for:

-Mini Grants for Spring 2008

-Summer Stipend for Summer 2008

-Assigned Time for AY 2008-2009 (Fall 2008 or Spring 2009)

Due in Department Office
9/26/07 Combined SCAC Applications Due in College Dean’s Office
10/01/07 2007 Mini Grant and 2007 Summer Stipend Reports of Work

Accomplished Due in the Office of University Research
10/17/07 Combined SCAC Applications for:

-Mini Grant for Spring 2008

-Summer Stipend for Summer 2008

-Assigned Time for AY 2008-2009

Due in Office of University Research

FACULTY AWARDS

DEADLINES – POLICY STATEMENT 03-08
(INCLUDING OUTSTANDING PROFESSOR AWARD,

NICHOLAS PERKINS HARDEMAN ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP AWARD,

DISTINGUISHED FACULTY SCHOLARLY AND CREATIVE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

AND DISTINGUISHED FACULTY TEACHING AWARD)

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10/16/07 CHAIR OF ACADEMIC SENATE ANNOUNCES CALL FOR AWARDS AND NOMINATION/SELECTION PROCEDURES
12/04/07 NOMINATIONS DUE IN ACADEMIC SENATE
02/12/08 SUPPORTING MATERIALS DUE FROM NOMINEES TO COLLEGE OFFICES
03/05/08 COLLEGE AWARDS COMMITTEES’ RECOMMENDATIONS AND RANKINGS DUE IN

ACADEMIC SENATE OFFICE
04/16/08 FACULTY AWARDS ANNOUNCED BY CHAIR OF ACADEMIC SENATE






ENHANCING EDUCATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS AWARDS



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03/01/08 ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT (ACADEMIC PERSONNEL) AND DIRECTOR, FACULTY CENTER FOR

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (FCPD) MAKE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE ENHANCING EDUCATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS AWARD PROCESS FOR AWARDS IN SUMMER/FALL 2007 AND SPRING 2008
04/30/08 PROPOSALS FOR THE ENHANCING EDUCATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS AWARDS ARE DUE

IN THE FCPD
05/15/08 AWARDS ARE ANNOUNCED BY THE DIRECTOR, FCPD.

TESTING TIMETABLE

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AMERICAN COLLEGE TEST (ACT) OCTOBER 27, 2007

FEBRUARY 9, APRIL 12 AND JUNE 14, 2008


CHEM IIIA TEST JULY 25, AUGUST 15, AND NOVEMBER 7, 2007



JANUARY 9, JANUARY 30, APRIL 23, AND

JUNE TBA

ENGLISH PLACEMENT TEST (EPT) & JULY 14, AUGUST 18 AND DECEMBER 1, 2007

ENTRY LEVEL MATHEMATICS EXAMINATION (ELM) JANUARY 12, MARCH 15, APRIL 12, MAY 3, JUNE 14, AND JULY 12, 2008

EXAMINATION IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (EESL) AUGUST 22 AND AUGUST 29, 2007

JANUARY 9 AND JANUARY 16, 2008

SAT I AND SAT II NOVEMBER 3, 2007

JANUARY 26, AND JUNE 7, 2008

WRITING PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION (WPE) JULY 7, SEPTEMBER 29, AND

NOVEMBER 17, 2007

FEBRUARY 23, APRIL 19 AND JULY 12, 2008

WRITING PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION (MAKE-UP TEST) TBA


WRITING PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION ESSAY READINGS JULY 21, OCTOBER 13, AND DECEMBER 8, 2007



MARCH 8, MAY 10, AND JULY 26, 2008

WRITING PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION PRE-TEST READINGS SEPTEMBER 15, 2007



JULY 2007
2 DIRECT DEPOSIT POSTING (JUNE PAYROLL)
4 INDEPENDENCE DAY HOLIDAY OBSERVANCE, WEDNESDAY (UNIVERSITY IS CLOSED)
5 SALARIED TIME ENTRY CLOSES AT 5:00 P.M.

5-8/16 WINTER 2008 PHASE I SCHEDULING ON-LINE

6 SPRING 2008 PHASE I SCHEDULE BUILDING ACCESS FOR DEPARTMENTS/COLLEGES ENDS

6 DEADLINE FOR ALL TYPES OF CURRICULUM PROPOSALS DUE FROM COLLEGES TO CURRICULUM OFFICE
7 HOURLY TIME ENTRY CLOSES AT 5:00 P.M.

7 WRITING PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION (WPE)
9-11 SOAR – FRESHMEN (ALL MAJORS)

11 SUMMER BRIDGE BEGINS
12 SOAR – TRANSFER STUDENTS (ENGINEERING)


  1. SOAR – FRESHMEN (ENGINEERING)




  1. END OF SUMMER SESSION I 2007


13, 14 SOAR, ADVISING AND REGISTRATION – FRESHMEN (ALL MAJORS)
14 ENGLISH PLACEMENT TEST (EPT) ENTRY LEVEL MATH EXAMINATION (ELM)
15 TIME ENTRY SYSTEM OPENS
16 PAYDAY: STUDENT ASSISTANTS, WORK-STUDY ASSISTANTS, AND TEMPORARY HELP
TBA WRITING PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION (MAKE-UP TEST)
16-8/24 SUMMER SESSION III 2007
19 DEADLINE TO SUBMIT GRADE ROSTERS FOR SUMMER SESSION I 2007
20 SOAR – ORIENTATION TO CAMPUS LIFE AND RESOURCES - FRESHMEN

21 WRITING PROFICIENCY EXAM ESSAY READING
22 SOAR – FRESHMEN (ALL MAJORS)
24 SOAR – TRANSFER STUDENTS (NATURAL SCIENCES/MATH)
25 CHEM IIIA TEST
25 SOAR – TRANSFER STUDENTS (THE ARTS)

26 SOAR – TRANSFER STUDENTS (LIBERAL ARTS)
27 CENSUS DATE SUMMER SESSION III 2007
27 SOAR – TRANSFER STUDENTS (HEALTH/HUMAN SERVICES)
28 MCNAIR SCHOLARS RESEARCH PROGRAM ENDS


  1. SOAR – FRESHMEN (ALL MAJORS)



JULY 2007
31 SOAR – TRANSFER STUDENTS (ENGINEERING)
31 PAYDAY AFTER 4:00 P.M. (JULY)

AUGUST 2007
1 SOAR – TRANSFER STUDENTS (BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION)
1 STUDENT TIME ENTRY CLOSES AT 5:00 P.M.

1 ACADEMIC PERSONNEL ANNOUNCES AND DISTRIBUTES ELIGIBILITY LIST FOR RTP
1 DEADLINE TO FILE FOR REINSTATEMENT FOR FALL 2007 SEMESTER
1 ACADEMIC AFFAIRS (AA) DISTRIBUTES NON-COLLEGE SUPPORTED ASSIGNED TIME

LIST TO COLLEGES
1 DIRECT DEPOSIT POSTING (JULY PAYROLL)

1 INITIAL FILING PERIOD FOR SPRING 2008 ADMISSION
1-31 INITIAL FILING PERIOD FOR SPRING 2009 ADMISSION FOR TRANSFERS AND SECOND BACHELOR’S

DEGREE STUDENTS
2 SOAR – ADVISING AND REGISTRATION -TRANSFERS - ORIENTATION TO CAMPUS LIFE AND

RESOURCES
2 ACADEMIC PERSONNEL ANNOUNCES PERIODIC EVALUATION OF TENURED FACULTY PROCESS
2, 3 SOAR, ADVISING AND REGISTRATION- FRESHMEN (ALL MAJORS)
3 END OF SUMMER SESSION II 2007
3 UPWARD BOUND ENDS
4 SOAR – TRANSFER STUDENTS (ALL MAJORS)
5 SALARIED TIME ENTRY CLOSES AT 5:00 P.M.
6 SPRING 2008 PHASE II SCHEDULE BUILDING ACCESS BEGINS
7 HOURLY TIME ENTRY CLOSES AT 5:00 P.M.
9 DEADLINE TO SUBMIT GRADE ROSTERS FOR SUMMER SESSION II 2007

9 SOAR – TRANSFER STUDENTS (LIBERAL ARTS)
10 SOAR – TRANSFER STUDENTS (HEALTH/HUMAN SERVICES)
10-11 GENERAL EDUCATION SUMMER INSTITUTE (GESI) - 8:15 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT CENTER (LIBRARY WEST – FIFTH FLOOR)
11 SOAR - FRESHMEN (ALL MAJORS)
11-13 EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM WEEKEND ORIENTATION PROGRAM
13 DEADLINE FOR COLLEGES TO RETURN FINAL PROOFS FOR WINTER 2008 TO UCES
14 DEADLINE FOR SPECIAL TOPICS/OFFERINGS COPY FROM DEPARTMENTS TO UCES FOR

WINTER 2008

AUGUST 2007


14-17 SOAR - FRESHMEN (ALL MAJORS)
15 CHEM IIIA TEST
15 TIME ENTRY OPENS
15 PAYDAY: STUDENT ASSISTANTS, WORK-STUDY ASSISTANTS, AND TEMPORARY HELP
15/18, 21/22 TENTATIVE/UNPUBLISHED SOAR WORKSHOP DATES
16 SOAR – ORIENTATION TO CAMPUS LIFE AND RESOURCES – FRESHMEN
16 EXAMINATION IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (EESL)
17 SOAR – ORIENTATION TO CAMPUS LIFE AND RESOURCES – TRANSFER STUDENTS

17 SOAR, ADVISING AND REGISTRATION - ORIENTATION TO CAMPUS LIFE AND RESOURCES –

TRANSFER


    1. WINTER 2008 PHASE II SCHEDULING ONLINE


18 SOAR – TRANSFER STUDENTS (ALL MAJORS)
18 ENGLISH PLACEMENT TEST (EPT)/ENTRY LEVEL MATH EXAMINATION (ELM)
19 NEW FACULTY ORIENTATION (TENURE-TRACK FACULTY) SCHEDULED IN THE

KARL W. E. ANATOL CENTER

19 SUMMER BRIDGE ENDS


  1. NEW INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ORIENTATION FALL 2007


22 FEDERAL WORK STUDY JOB PLACEMENT FAIR

23 EXAMINATION IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (EESL)
24 END OF SUMMER SESSION III 2007
24 EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM TRANSFER DAY
26 Graduate Orientation Program
27 RESIDENCE PARKING PERMITS REQUIRED -- PERMITS EXPIRE 5/30/08
27 FIRST DAY OF FALL 2007 SEMESTER
27 FALL 2007 STUDENT PARKING PERMITS REQUIRED-PERMITS EXPIRE 12/22/07
27 FACULTY/STAFF PARKING PERMITS REQUIRED - ACADEMIC YEAR PERMITS EXPIRE 5/30/08

FALL SEMESTER PERMITS EXPIRE 12/28/07
28-30 DEPARTMENTAL ADVISING
30 DEADLINE TO SUBMIT GRADE ROSTERS FOR SUMMER SESSION III 2007
30 PAYDAY AFTER 4:00 P.M. (AUGUST)


    1. REGISTRATION UNAVAILABLE FOR FALL 2007



31 CONVOCATION OF THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY AND COLLEGE MEETINGS
31 LAST DAY TO APPLY FOR A 100% REFUND OF PARKING FEES FROM BURSAR’S OFFICE

AUGUST 2007
31 FINANCIAL AID FIRST MAJOR DISBURSEMENT CHECKS MAILED

31 DIRECT DEPOSIT POSTING DATE (AUGUST PAYROLL)
31 LAST DAY TO APPLY FOR SPRING 2008 ADMISSION AS AN UNDERGRADUATE TRANSFER

OR SECOND BACHELOR’S DEGREE STUDENT

SEPTEMBER 2007
1 STUDENT TIME ENTRY CLOSES AT 5:00 P.M.
1 MOVE-IN BEGINS IN CAMPUS RESIDENCE HALLS

3 LAST DAY TO FILE FOR COMPLETE WITHDRAWAL OR CANCELLATION OF CLASSES FOR

100% REFUND OF NON-RESIDENT TUITION OR STATE UNIVERSITY FEES
3 LAST DAY FOR REGISTRATION AND ADJUSTMENTS PRIOR TO FIRST DAY OF INSTRUCTION

3 LABOR DAY HOLIDAY, MONDAY (UNIVERSITY IS CLOSED)

4 FIRST SUBMISSION OF FACULTY ASSIGNED TIME COLLEGES FORWARD THE FOLLOWING TO AA:

1. ASSIGNED TIME SUMMARY SHEET

2. ASSIGNED TIME REQUEST FORMS FOR ASSIGNMENTS TOTALING

7 OR MORE WTU (EXCLUDING CODES: 11, 18, 21A, 21C, 31 & 32)

3. CSULB FOUNDATION FACULTY REIMBURSED PAYROLL (BLUE SHEET)

FOR ASSIGNED TIME FUNDED BY CSULB FOUNDATION ACCOUNTS

4 ACADEMIC PERSONNEL ANNOUNCES AND DISTRIBUTES ELIGIBILITY LIST FOR RTP
4 PRORATED REFUNDS FOR COMPLETE WITHDRAWALS FROM UNIVERSITY BEGIN (STATE

UNIVERSITY FEES AND NON-RESIDENT TUITION)

4 OPEN UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT BEGINS FOR FALL 2007 THROUGH UCES
4 FIRST DAY OF CLASSES FALL 2007
4 REGISTRATION PAYMENTS MUST INCLUDE A $25 LATE REGISTRATION FEE
5 SALARIED TIME ENTRY CLOSES AT 5:00 P.M.
6 ACADEMIC PERSONNEL CONDUCTS A TENURE-TRACK RECRUITMENT WORKSHOP IN THE ANATOL CENTER 2:00 P.M.-3:30 P.M.
7 HOURLY TIME CLOSES AT 5:00 P.M.
7 INACTIVE COURSES DISTRIBUTED TO ASSOCIATE DEANS/CHAIRS

7 ACADEMIC AFFAIRS NOTIFIES COLLEGES OF ANY ASSIGNED TIME REQUESTS FROM THE

FIRST SUBMISSION, WHICH WERE DISAPPROVED
7 ACADEMIC PERSONNEL ANNOUNCES PERIODIC EVALUATION OF TEMPORARY FACULTY

PROCESS

8 DEADLINE FOR DEPARTMENTS TO FORWARD FINAL PROOF FOR WINTER 2007 TO COLLEGE

OFFICES

8 LAST DAY TO APPLY FOR A 100% REFUND OF ATHLETIC PASS (SAR)
8 ADMISSIONS DAY (ADMISSIONS DAY IS RE-SCHEDULED AND WILL BE OFFICIALLY OBSERVED

ON Tuesday DECEMBER 27, 2007 WHEN THE UNIVERISTY WILL BE CLOSED)

SEPTEMBER 2007

10 CHALLENGE PERIOD I BEGINS FOR GENERAL CURRICULUM PROPOSALS SUBMITTED

JULY 6, 2007 (ENDS SEPTEMBER 28, 2007)
11 ACADEMIC PERSONNEL CONDUCTS RETENTION, TENURE, AND PROMOTION (RTP)

WORKSHOP IN THE ANATOL CENTER 10:30 A.M.-12:00 P.M.
12 ACADEMIC PERSONNEL CONDUCTS RETENTION, TENURE, AND PROMOTION (RTP)

WORKSHOP IN THE ANATOL CENTER 3:00 P.M.-4:30 P.M.

14 PAYDAY: STUDENT ASSISTANTS, WORK-STUDY ASSISTANTS, AND TEMPORARY HELP

15 TIME ENTRY SYSTEM OPENS
15 WRITING PROFICIENCY READING PRE-TEST READINGS
15 OPEN PERIOD BEGINS FOR PERSONS TO PROVIDE INFORMATION CONCERNING CANDIDATES

FOR PERIODIC EVALUATION OF PROBATIONARY FACULTY (CLOSES 2/07/08)
17 DEADLINE TO USE MyCSULB TO ADD A COURSE
17 LAST DAY TO DROP A COURSE OR WITHDRAW (BY MyCSULB) WITHOUT SIGNATURES OF

INSTRUCTOR AND CHAIR AND WITHOUT RECEIVING A “W” ON PERMANENT RECORD, FALL 2007
17 OPEN PERIOD FOR PERSONS TO CONTRIBUTE INFORMATION TO DEPARTMENT COMMITTEE FOR

RETENTION AND TENURE CANDIDATES (9/17/07-10/04/07)
17 OPEN PERIOD FOR PERSONS TO CONTRIBUTE INFORMATION TO DEPARTMENT FOR PROMOTION

CANDIDATES (9/17/07-10/18/07)
17 DEADLINE FOR FACULTY TO NOTIFY ACADEMIC PERSONNEL, DEPARTMENT CHAIR, AND DEAN

OF NOT APPLYING FOR PROMOTION CONSIDERATION
17 DEADLINE FOR CANDIDATES TO SUBMIT REQUESTS TO ACADEMIC AFFAIRS (ACADEMIC

PERSONNEL) FOR CONSIDERATION FOR EARLY TENURE OR EARLY PROMOTION IN ADVANCE

OF NORMAL ELIGIBILITY

17 DEADLINE TO REDUCE UNITS TO PART-TIME AND STILL RECEIVE 100% REFUND

OF ADJUSTED STATE UNIVERSITY FEES AND NON-RESIDENT TUITION

18 2006-07 ASSIGNED TIME REPORTS OF WORK ACCOMPLISHED DUE IN THE OFFICE OF

UNIVERSITY RESEARCH
20 RESIDENCE DETERMINATION DATE FOR FALL 2007
21 SECOND SUBMISSION OF FACULTY ASSIGNED TIME COLLEGES FORWARD THE FOLLOWING

TO AA:

1. REVISED ASSIGNED TIME SUMMARY SHEET

2. ASSIGNED TIME REQUEST FORMS FOR ASSIGNMENTS TOTALING

7 OR MORE WTU (EXCLUDING CODES: 11, 18, 21A, 21C, 31 & 32)

3. CSULB FOUNDATION FACULTY REIMBURSED PAYROLL (BLUE SHEET)

FOR ASSIGNED TIME FUNDED BY CSULB FOUNDATION ACCOUNTS


  1. 21 SPRING 2008 PHASE II SCHEDULE BUILDING ACCESS FOR DEPARTMENTS/COLLEGES ENDS



23 Fall faculty travel applications due in the Faculty Center for Professional

Development
24 COMBINED SCAC APPLICATIONS FOR MINI GRANTS, SUMMER STIPEND FOR SUMMER 2008,

ASSIGNED TIME FOR AY 2007-2008 (FALL 2008 OR SPRING 2009) DUE IN DEPARTMENT OFFICE
24 DEADLINE FOR CREDIT BY EXAMINATION


SEPTEMBER 2007
24 LAST DAY TO ADD A COURSE OR REQUEST CR/NC OR AUDIT OPTIONS, FALL 2007
25 DEANS FORWARD SUPPLEMENTAL FALL 2006 ASSIGNED TIME SUMMARY SHEETS TO

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS (SECOND SUBMISSION) AND FACULTY REIMBURSED PAYROLL FORMS

26 FACULTY SUPPER CLUB (TENTATIVE)
27 ACADEMIC PERSONNEL ANNOUNCES PERIODIC EVALUATION OF TENURED FACULTY PROCESS
27 COMBINED SCAC APPLICATIONS DUE IN COLLEGE DEAN’S OFFICE

28 ACADEMIC AFFAIRS NOTIFIES COLLEGES OF ANY ASSIGNED TIME REQUESTS FROM THE

SECOND SUBMISSION WHICH WERE DISAPPROVED
28 CURRICULUM CHALLENGE PERIOD 1 ENDS: FORMAL CERTIFICATION
28 PAYDAY AFTER 4:00 P.M. (SEPTEMBER)
28 LAST DAY TO APPLY FOR 75% REFUND OF PARKING PERMIT FEES FROM BURSAR’S OFFICE
28 THE OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS (ACADEMIC PERSONNEL) PROVIDES A TIMETABLE

FOR ALL DEADLINES RELATED TO LECTURER RANGE ELEVATION
29 FALL 2006 FACULTY EVALUATION PRE-PRINTED AND BLANK CLASS IDENTIFICATION SHEETS

DISTRIBUTED TO THE DEPARTMENTS
29 WRITING PROFICIENCY EXAM (WPE)

OCTOBER 2007
1 CENSUS DATE FALL 2007
1 STUDENT TIME ENTRY CLOSES AT 5:00 P.M.

1 LAST DAY FOR OPEN UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT



  1. DEADLINE FOR FACULTY TO INFORM DEANS OF INTENTION TO RETURN FROM LEAVE

WITHOUT PAY EFFECTIVE SPRING 2007


  1. RESIDENCE RECLASSIFICATION PROCESS BEGINS FOR SPRING 2008



1 DIRECT DEPOSIT POSTING DATE (SEPTEMBER PAYROLL)
1 FALL ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEW PROGRAM FOR CAREER AND INTERSHIP BEGINS (CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER)
1 DEADLINE FOR FACULTY TO SUBMIT SABBATICAL LEAVE ACTIVITY REPORTS TO ACADEMIC PERSONNEL FOR LEAVES TAKEN SPRING 2007 OR OVER THE 2006-07 ACADEMIC YEAR
1 DEADLINE FOR FACULTY TO SUBMIT DIFFERNCE-IN-PAY ACTIVITY REPORTS TO ACADEMIC

PERSONNEL FOR LEAVES TAKEN IN SPRING 2007 OPR OVER THE 2006-07 ACADEMIC YEAR
1-11/30 INITIAL FILING PERIOD FOR FALL 2008 ADMISSION
1 2007 MINI GRANT AND 2007 SUMMER STIPEND REPORTS OF WORK ACCOMPLISHED DUE IN THE OFFICE OF UNIVERSITY RESEARCH



2 ACADEMIC AFFAIRS FORWARDS ASSIGNED TIME SUMMARY LISTS TO INSTITUTIONAL

RESEARCH
TBA WRITING PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION (MAKE-UP TEST)

OCTOBER 2007


3 ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT (ACADEMIC PERSONNEL) AND DIRECTOR, FACULTY CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, MAKE FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE ENHANCING EDUCATIONAL

EFFECTIVENESS AWARD PROCESS FOR AWARDS IN SUMMER/FALL 2006 AND SPRING 2007.

4 DEADLINE FOR ALL CANDIDATES FOR RETENTION OR TENURE TO SUBMIT RTP FILE TO

DEPARTMENT RTP COMMITTEE
4 OPEN PERIOD BEGINS FOR PERSONS TO PROVIDE INFORMATION CONCERNING CANDIDATES

FOR PERIODIC EVALUATION OF TENURED FACULTY (ETF) FOR FACULTY (INCLUDING ACADEMIC YEAR AND FALL FERP FACULTY) (CLOSES 11/1/07 FOR FALL FERP FACULTY AND 2/7/08 FOR ACADEMIC YEAR FACULTY)

4-5 MAJOR FAIR
5 INACTIVE COURSE CERTIFICATION
5 SALARIED TIME ENTRY CLOSES AT 5:00 P.M.
6 DEADLINE TO SUBMIT PROPOSALS FOR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK
7 HOURLY TIME ENTRY CLOSES AT 5:00 P.M.

8 ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DISTRIBUTES PRELIMINARY ASSIGNED TIME ACCOUNTING REPORTS

(BY DEPARTMENT & FUND SOURCE) GENERATED BY INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH TO

COLLEGES FOR VERIFICATION
8 LAST DAY TO RECEIVE A PARTIAL REFUND FOR AN OPEN UNIVERSITY COURSE
8 COLUMBUS DAY, UNIVERSITY IS OPEN (COLUMBUS DAY IS RE-SCHEDULED AND WILL BE

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