OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
SUMMER 2007 & ACADEMIC YEAR 2007-2008
Term Faculty Adjunct Faculty and Graduate Phased Retirees
Summer A 5/8/07-6/21/07 5/14/07-6/27/07 N/A
Summer B 6/21/07-8/6/07 6/25/07-8/8/07 N/A
Summer C & D 5/8/07-8/6/07 5/14/07-8/8/07 N/A
Fall Term 8/8/07-12/21/07 8/20/07-12/13/07 8/8/07-12/21/07
Spring Term 12/21/07-5/6/08 1/7/08-5/1/08 12/21/07-5/6/08
Academic Year 8/8/07-5/6/08 8/20/07-5/1/08 8/8/07-5/6/08
OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
SUMMER 2007 AGREEMENT GUIDELINES
Please review the following guidelines regarding the supplemental summer agreements for faculty. If you have
additional questions, please contact your respective area vice president or college dean’s office for assistance.
The 2007 Supplemental Summer Agreements for all faculty who will be employed during the summer terms “A,” “B,” “C,” “D,”
or “Other” as reported to Academic Affairs directly by the area VPs or college deans will be distributed to the respective area or
college offices. Please review them carefully and report any errors or missing agreements directly to your area VP or college
dean’s office. Note that all appointments will be contingent upon courses meeting minimum enrollment.
The Supplemental Summer Agreements will be dated as follows:
Term Agreement Dates
Summer A 05/08/07 - 06/21/07
Summer B 06/21/07 - 08/06/07
Summer C 05/08/07 - 08/06/07
Summer D 05/08/07 - 08/06/07
SUPPLEMENTAL SUMMER AGREEMENT REVISIONS
A Supplemental Summer Agreement “revision” is a change to the original summer appointment that will not affect the
employee’s ongoing 9-month appointment. Specifically, a revision represents an increase or decrease in the “% of Full-
time Effort” (Summer FTE) or a change in term (i.e., from A to B, or B to C, etc.).
REVISIONS TO THE ORIGINAL SUPPLEMENTAL SUMMER AGREEMENTS WILL NOT REQUIRE NEW
AGREEMENTS. Specifically, the changes noted above will be implemented via a PAF, which will serve as an
addendum to the agreement. In that case, two rules should be noted:
1) The PAF must be initialed by the employee in the "Remarks" section, accompanying the following entry: "Agreement
Revision #__" (with the appropriate sequence number cited, for example, "Agreement Revision #1"). The PAF must also
be signed by the appropriate area VP or college dean's office designated representative in the "Recommended" section.
2) In addition, each agreement revision must be accompanied by a copy of the most recently submitted PAF (for
example, the PAF for "Agreement Revision # 2" should have attached a copy of "Agreement Revision # 1"). If an
agreement revision is required even before any PAF has been submitted at all, please attach a copy of the original
Please note that changes to the “Home Account (TKL)” and/or “Earnings Distribution” information in the “For Human
Resources Use Only” section of the agreement do not represent agreement revisions, and hence a PAF for such changes
should not contain the above-mentioned clause and does not need to be initialed by the employee.
A new agreement should be requested only in cases where the faculty member did not plan to work at all during the
summer, so an agreement was never issued to begin with. In cases where an agreement was not issued but is now
required, please contact your area VP or college dean’s office for assistance.
ANNUAL AGREEMENT CHANGES DURING THE SUMMER
Changes to an employee’s administrative code and title, agreement base period (9- or 12-months), authorized FTE,
employee class (regular, visiting, provisional), liability department/project assignment, job code and title, and/or salary
rate, require a new agreement, and hence cannot be implemented simply via a PAF as described above. These changes
must be reviewed and approved by the area VP or college dean’s office and the Office of Academic Affairs. Please
contact your area VP or college dean’s office for assistance in this regard.