The compensation rates for temporary faculty in the arts and humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and residential academic programs are listed below.

Level A

Teaching for Level A units can expect a starting compensation of $4,500 for teaching a 3 credit hour course (25% time). Additional compensation for additional credit hours is calculated at $500 per additional credit hour. In addition, additional compensation based on large class census may apply; large class room census is calculated for class census over 99 students. 100–149 students is compensated at an additional $500; 150-199 students is compensated at an additional $1000, class room census above 200 students will be calculated at $10.00 for each student above 200.

Note, Lecturers given TA support will not be eligible for additional compensation based on classroom size. 

Level B

Teaching for Level B units can expect a starting compensation of $5,300 for teaching 3 credit hour course (25% time). Additional compensation for additional credit hours is calculated at $600 per additional credit hour. In addition, additional compensation based on large class census may apply; large class room census is calculated for class census over 99 students. 100-149 students is compensated at an additional $600; 150-199 students is compensated at an additional $1,200, class room census above 200 students will be calculated at $12.00 for each student above 200.

Note, Lecturers given TA support will not be eligible for additional compensation based on classroom size. 

Level C

Teaching for Level C units can expect a starting compensation of $6,350 for teaching 3 credit hour course (25% time). Additional compensation for additional credit hours is calculated at $750 per additional credit hour. In addition, additional compensation based on large class census may apply; large class room census is calculated for class census over 99 students. 100-149 students is compensated at an additional $750; 150-199 students is compensated at an additional $1,500, class room census above 200 students will be calculate at $15.00 for each student above 200. 

Note, Lecturers given TA support will not be eligible for additional compensation based on classroom size. 

Residential Academic Programs (RAPS)

Teaching for units within the Residential Academic Programs (RAPS) can expect a starting salary based on the base compensation of divisional teaching assignments. For example, when teaching a 3 credit course (25% time) based in the following divisions, compensation is as follows:

  • Level A: $4,500
  • Level B: $5,300
  • Level C: $6,350

Teaching Assistant support is not available to RAP Lecturers, and additional compensation per credit hour while teaching in the Residential Academic Programs will be calculated at $1,000 per additional credit hour.  
Note, Compensation outside of posted salary ranges will require justification approved by the Associate Dean or Divisional Dean. 

Salary Levels

Level A

  • AAH
  • ALC
  • ANTH
  • CLAS
  • ENGL
  • ETHN
  • FILM
  • FRIT
  • GSLL
  • HIST
  • PHIL
  • PWR
  • RLST
  • SOCY
  • SPAN
  • THDN
  • WGST

Level B

  • ENVS (SS courses)
  • GEOG
  • IAFS
  • LING
  • PSCI
  • PSYC
  • SLHS

Level C

  • APPM
  • APS
  • ATOC
  • CHEM
  • EBIO
  • ECON
  • ENVS (NS courses)
  • GEOL
  • IPHY
  • MATH
  • MCDB
  • PHYS