The major priority in determining which courses to offer during the summer should be responding to student needs, while maximizing semester credit hours (SCHs). Because we wish to ensure that student needs are being met, we will hold funds beyond your initial budget allocations which will be made available if extra sections are needed to meet demand and you don’t have adequate resources to address the needs. At the same time we are working to achieve robust enrollments, we must strive to offer courses at a reasonable cost.
Faculty Summer Compensation
- Faculty Compensation Guide
- 2019 Summer Session Dates
- Summer 2019 Pay Presentation
- Summer 2019 Payroll Instructions
Study Abroad Compensation
Faculty-led study abroad programs are coordinated through Global Learning and Experience, including the setting and agreement of operational budgets and logistical arrangements. Study aboard is located under special project compensation in the Faculty Compensation Guide. It is the responsibility of Global Learning and Experience, in consultation with chairs and deans, to determine whether a faculty-led study abroad program with low enrollment will be offered or canceled. Information for faculty interested in leading a faculty-led study abroad program, including deadlines for program proposals, is available at UNT International.
Additional Faculty Compensation Questions:
If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact Robert Watling, Vice Provost for Academic Resources, at 940-565-2496 or Robert.Watling@unt.edu, or Brandi Everett Asst. Vice Provost for Academic Personnel, at 940-565-3951 or Brandi.Everett@unt.edu