Definition of the Faculty
The Faculty of Boston University consists of:
- Assistant, Associate, and Full Professors
- Those with professorial titles modified by “Research,” “Clinical,” and “of the Practice”
- Lecturers of all ranks
Overview of Handbook
This Faculty Handbook is a collection of policies that apply specifically to faculty members, related to their unique role(s) in the University. Unless otherwise stated, these policies apply to all full-time faculty employed by Boston University regardless of Tenure-Track, Tenured, or Non-Tenure-Track status. Faculty at the Medical Campus, including those who are compensated through Faculty Practice Plans, are subject to different policies regarding Continuance or Non-continuance and/or Benefits.
Individual Schools and Colleges have additional or more explicit criteria, procedures, and expectations that are consistent with this Handbook. Details regarding implementation of matters such as appointment, promotion, the award of Tenure, salary increases, and related conditions of employment for faculty are available from the office of the dean of the appropriate School or College.
An individual’s acceptance of employment at Boston University is sufficient to make the terms of the University’s policies applicable without further notice or agreement. These policies are subject to change by the University with or without previous notice.
Benefit plans that cover both faculty and staff members are administered by the Benefits Section of the Office of Human Resources. Such benefit plans include the Boston University Retirement Plan, Supplemental Retirement and Savings Plan, Health and Dental Plans, Survivor Insurance, Long Term Disability Insurance, and Tuition Remission. Descriptions of these plans and other benefits available to faculty are contained in the Boston University Faculty and Staff Benefits Handbook, available from the Benefits Section of the Office of Human Resources.
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