Number: 530

Subject: FACULTY OVERLOAD PAY

FULL-TIME FACULTY COUNCIL

The expected teaching load of members of the full-time faculty council at Amberton University is 300 students per year, normally taught in 10 course preparations (lecture or distance-learning classes). A faculty council member is entitled to overload pay when he/she exceeds 300 students taught and 10 course preparations. Overload pay, like overtime, is not a part of base pay and is not considered in determining retirement contributions. The maximum number of classes a full-time faculty council member may teach in an academic year is twelve. The maximum number of class preparations a full-time faculty council member may prepare in a year is ten (only four may be new preparations). The following guidelines apply in considering overload pay:

Overload pay is determined by the lesser of:

(1) $2850 times the number of class preparations over 10 (after 300 students have been taught), or

(2) $125 per student over 300.

FULL-TIME DEDICATED FACULTY

The expected teaching load of dedicated full-time faculty at Amberton University is 240 students per year, normally taught in eight course preparations (lecture or distance-learning classes.) A dedicated faculty member is entitled to overload pay when he/she exceeds 240 students taught and eight course preparations. The maximum number of classes dedicated faculty may teach in an academic year is eight. The maximum number of class preparations a full-time dedicated faculty member may prepare in a year is eight (only four may be new preparations.) The following guidelines apply in considering overload pay:

Overload pay is determined by the lesser of:

(1) $2850 times the number of class preparations over 8 (after 240 students have been taught), or

(2) $125 per student over 240.