FACULTY & ACADEMIC STAFF
Employees who are engaged in teaching, university administration, and/or professional services related to instruction and research which include permanent and short-term executives, deans and directors, faculty, academic staff, and student assistants.
These positions are varied and duties include, but are not limited to, administrative support, information technology, accounting, engineering, in addition to custodial, food service, and crafts workers. Most university staff are non-exempt from the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), but some university staff do hold exempt positions. All university staff are paid on the biweekly payroll.
LIMITED TERM EMPLOYMENT (LTE)
Employees with limited appointments. These are appointments to administrative positions that serve at the pleasure of the Chancellor who is the appointing authority, and are subject to the provisions in the state statutes, administrative code and system unclassified personnel guidelines.
Employees who are current students. These positions are undergraduate students who provide part-time and/or temporary administrative, clerical, laborer, technical, or other general support to administrators, faculty and staff of the institution. In order to qualify for a student help position, individuals must be registered/enrolled for academic credit at an educational institution for the current or upcoming semester. An educational institution shall be defined as: an accredited institution of higher learning granting associate degrees or higher, a technical college, a vocational or trade school, or a high school. Student help are non-exempt from the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and are paid on the biweekly payroll.
GRADUATE/TEACHING ASSISTANTS STUDENTS
These employees are graduate students who hold a graduate assistant, program assistant, or teaching assistant position. These positions are intended primarily to further the education or training of the student. Student assistants are exempt from the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and are paid on the monthly payroll.