Academic Appointments Manual

Salary Provisions and Titles, Job Class and Payroll Type Information

Teaching Assistants and Graduate Assistants

Salary Provisions


Fiscal Year 2009-2010


A. For all persons who held appointments as teaching or graduate assistants
during the 2008-2009 fiscal year and who received appointments as teaching
or graduate assistants during the 2009-2010 fiscal year, there shall be an 8%
across-the-board increase in salary effective July 1, 2009.


B. Effective July 1, 2009, the starting salary for full-time teaching and graduate
assistants also shall be increased 8% to $23,112 for an academic-year
appointment and $26,348 for a calendar-year appointment.


C. In addition, the total salary base for Teaching and Graduate Assistants in
2009-2010 will include a competitiveness pool of $798,600. An award to a TA/GA

from the competitiveness pool shall be treated as a permanent part of her/his

salary and the salary for any subsequent reappointment shall be based on that

salary.  Nothing herein precludes teaching/graduate assistants supported by grants from receiving grant-funded competitiveness supplements.


Fiscal Year 2010-2011


A. For all persons who held appointments as teaching or graduate assistants
during the 2009-2010 fiscal year and who received appointments as teaching
or graduate assistants during the 2010-2011 fiscal year, there shall be an 8%
across-the-board increase in salary effective July 1, 2010.


B. Effective July 1, 2010, the starting salary for full-time teaching and graduate
assistants also shall be increased 8% to $24,961 for an academic-year
appointment and $28,455 for a calendar-year appointment.


C. In addition, the total salary base for Teaching and Graduate Assistants in
2010-2011 will include a competitiveness pool of $798,600.  An award to a TA/GA

from the competitiveness pool shall be treated as a permanent part of her/his

salary and the salary for any subsequent reappointment shall be based on that

salary.  Nothing herein precludes teaching/graduate assistants supported by grants from receiving grant-funded competitiveness supplements.

 

 



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