Preference for Work Order & Entitlement for AY 22-23
1) Click here to see the PDF Entitlement & Preference for Work Faculty List
2) Search within document for your name. The number corresponding to your name indicates the Weighted Teaching Units (WTU’s or “units”) to which you are entitled within a given department over the course of a given academic year. If you have positions in multiple departments, search for your name as many times as necessary. If you believe that there is an error in the recording of your total WTU’s, please contact your CFA rep right away.
3) The color-coded categories in which your WTU numbers are listed provide important information about preference for work order. Here’s what they mean:
a. First preference for work order among lecturers (that is, after tenured and tenure-track faculty have received their appointments) goes to lecturers with Full-time 3-Year Appointments. (The pink column on the chart.)
b. Second preference for work order among lecturers goes to lecturers with 3-Year Appointments with Part-Time Entitlements. (The yellow column on the chart.)
c. Third preference for work order among lecturers goes to lecturers on the Re-Employment List. (The green column on the chart.)
d. Fourth preference for work order among lecturers goes to lecturers who are given Careful Consideration and who have an entitlement. (The blue column on the chart.)
e. Fifth preference for work order among lecturers goes to lecturers who are given Careful Consideration and who do not have an entitlement. (The purple column on the chart.)
4) Making sense of symbols and notations:
– If you see an asterisk (*) in a column alongside your name, it means your time base entitlement is based on the workload you performed in AY 19-20 due to CFA’s Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) from 6/5/20
– If you see a lowercase “x” in a column alongside your name, it means you do not have a time base entitlement, even though you do have preference for the available work in which you are qualified.
– Most remarks in the “Notes” column are self-explanatory, but please ask your CFA rep if you have questions about this information.