According to the Faculty Handbook, “initial non-tenure-track teaching appointments will be made at the rank of lecturer for a definite term of one year or less.” A lecturer is eligible for promotion to senior lecturer typically after a minimum of five years of regular (full-time) service at the rank of lecturer. A senior lecturer is eligible for promotion to distinguished lecturer typically after three-to-five years of regular (full-time) service at the rank of senior lecturer. In addition to a change in title, promotion in rank may be recognized by a base salary adjustment. Promotion in rank also may include the offer of a three- or five-year term appointment.
Please refer to the Appendices II in the Faculty Handbook, for more information regarding expectations for performance, criteria and process for promotion, as well as guidance regarding the assembly of a promotion dossier.
- View this recorded NTTF workshop led by our Faculty Affairs team to provide an overview and answer questions regarding non-tenure track promotion.
- You can download the accompanying workshop PowerPoint here.
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