Faculty Workload Policies

 

As of January 31, 2011, the following Penn State academic units had submitted faculty workload policy documents to the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost.

 

Workload Policies for Colleges (University Park)

 

College of Agricultural Sciences

College of Arts & Architecture

College of Earth and Mineral Sciences

College of Education

College of Engineering

College of Health and Human Development, Fixed-Term Faculty

College of Health and Human Development, Tenure-Track Faculty

College of Information Sciences and Technology

College of the Liberal Arts

College of Nursing, Non-Tenure Faculty

College of Nursing, Tenure-Track Faculty

Dickinson Law

Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications

Eberly College of Science

Smeal College of Business

Smeal College of Business, Tenure-Track Faculty

 

Workload Policies for Commonwealth Campuses

 

Abington

Altoona

Behrend (Erie)

Berks

Great Valley

Harrisburg

 

Workload Policy for the University College

 

University College

Created in July 2005 and comprising 14 campuses, the University College offers degree programs in a wide variety of disciplines. The University College campuses are:

Beaver
Brandywine
DuBois
Fayette
Greater Allegheny
Hazleton
Lehigh Valley
Mont Alto
New Kensington
Schuylkill
Scranton
Shenango
Wilkes-Barre