Article 9 and Exhibit G of the District/AFT 2121 Collective Bargaining Agreement details requirements and regulations regarding tenure review. This page is designed to give basic guidance regarding tenure review. If differences exist between the information contained in this page and the collective bargaining agreement, the collective bargaining agreement will govern.
The Guide to Faculty Evaluation and Tenure Review has additional guidance for Tenure Review Committee Members, Mentors, and Faculty under Tenure Review.
Deadlines for Spring 2014
|January 17||Department chairs confirm list of tenure review committee members and mentors|
|January 17||Mentor sets up weekly meetings with evaluatee and reviews forms|
|January 31||Committee chairs receive working and final evaluation forms and student questionnaires|
|Feb 18 - Mar 7||Student evaluations|
|Feb 24 - Mar 14||First round of direct observations|
|Mar 17 - Apr 11||Second round of direct observations, if necessary|
|April 18||Evaluatee submits portfolio for review|
|May 2||Consensus report completed, signed, and submitted to the Office of instruction|
Peer-Management Review for Faculty Under Tenure Review
Self-Evaluation (for use in Tenure Portfolio)
Peer-Management Review for Faculty Under Early Tenure Review (only to be used when the Chancellor has approved consideration for early tenure - see below)
Some ideas of discussion topics for faculty under tenure review and their mentors
Spring 2011 student evaluation summary statistics: Credit | Noncredit | ESL | Library
Fall 2011 student evaluation summary statistics: Credit | Noncredit | ESL | Library
Spring 2012 student evaluation summary statistics: Credit | Noncredit | ESL | Library (Tenure Review Evaluations Postponed)
Fall 2012 student evaluation summary statistics: Credit | Noncredit | ESL | Library
Spring 2013 student evaluation summary statistics: Credit | Noncredit | ESL Cr | ESL Noncr | DSPS | Library
Fall 2013 student evaluation summary statistics: Credit | Noncredit | ESL Cr | ESL Nonc | DSPS Noncr | Library
Consideration for early tenure is a multi-step process with many forms. Exhibit K of the Collective Bargaining agreement is the source of the various forms, and should be reviewed by persons under tenure review and tenure review committees when early tenure is to be considered.
- Faculty who wish to be considered for early tenure start by informing their Tenure Review Committees using Form 1. This should be submitted by the end of the sixth week of instruction, September 20, 2013.
- Tenure Review Committees then make a recommendation on consideration for early tenure to the Chancellor using Form 2 and Form 3. These should be submitted by the end of the sixteenth week of the semester, December 6, 2013.
- If the Chancellor deems that consideration for early tenure is warranted, he indicates his approval using Form 4. This approval is given by the end of the first week of the following spring semester.
- Tenure Review Committees then use Form 5, a different evaluation form, for subsequent evaluations.