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Faculty Credentialing Records Policy

All faculty members, including full- and part-time instructors and graduate assistants who are the instructor of record, are required to submit copies of their official transcripts directly from the issuing institution(s) for all graduate coursework completed and a current vita to the Office of Academic Affairs. Academic Affairs, in consultation with departments, is responsible for verifying and certifying the authenticity of academic transcripts (in electronic or paper form) once they are received and ensuring a copy is filed in the office of the dean. Faculty members should make sure their credentialing records, to include, but not limited to transcripts, certifications, licenses, etc., on file are current. Faculty records should be retained for five years after resignation, separation or termination.

           Employment records are maintained in the Department of Human Resources and payroll records are maintained in the Payroll Office. Other records of faculty activity and credentialing records are stored electronically by Academic Affairs.

- Approved by the provost and vice president for academic affairs
September 5, 2003
Revised September 23, 2014
Revised November 8, 2016
Revised February 26, 2019

          


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