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Faculty Guidelines

Salary Plan - Hours and Pay

For convenience, this section is reproduced from the 2017/18 Daytona State College Salary Administration Plan, approved by the District Board of Trustees. Although every effort is made to keep all content up-to-date, the final, approved Plan supersedes any information in this document.

Faculty Salary Schedule

Twelve-Month Faculty

Each full-time faculty on annual or continuing contract receives a contract beginning July 1 through June 30. For classes which begin prior to July 1, the rate of pay will be based upon the faculty rank on the first day of the class. The base salary for a twelve-month contract is determined as follows:

Academic Rank Minimum Maximum
Instructor 53,6000-60,200 80,300
Assistant Professor 66,900 100,300
Associate Professor 70,200 100,300
Professor 73,600 110,300
Senior Professor 80,200 120,200

Temporary Full-Time Faculty

Daytona State College employs temporary full-time faculty as needed to provide instruction for unanticipated situations due to increased student demand. These positions are paid at the full-time faculty rate as outlined in the Salary Administration Plan. A temporary semester contract is for one semester or less and has no associated benefits. In situations where a temporary faculty is hired for more than one major consecutive semester within the same teaching discipline, the temporary faculty will have associated benefits.

Nine-Month Faculty

Each full-time faculty member on an annual contract or continuing contract receives a nine-month contract beginning in August and covering the two major semesters (spring and fall) of the academic year. All faculty are required to attend planning sessions the week(s) prior to the fall and spring semester(s) and one commencement ceremony in May. Pay raises, if effective during the summer, will be effective on the first faculty duty day of the new academic contract period (August) for nine-month faculty. The base salary for a nine-month contract is determined as follows:

Academic Rank Minimum Maximum
Instructor* 40,200-45,200 60,200
Assistant Professor
Senior Instructor
50,200 75,200
Associate Professor 52,700 78,700
Professor 55,200 82,700
Senior Professor 60,200 90,200

*All Adult Education faculty will start at the rank of Instructor.

Summer Pay for Nine-Month Faculty

Summer contracts may be awarded to nine-month faculty depending on enrollment and schedule. Summer contracts are not a guarantee from year to year and are given at the discretion of the Department Chairperson with approval from the academic Associate Vice President.

Summer Contracts

Summer pay is based upon faculty rank. Depending on the courses being taught, the compensation may be spread over 6 weeks, 10 weeks (one 10-week class and either one A or B Term class), or over 12 weeks (one A Term and one B Term Class) for those nine-month faculty who have a faculty load type (FLT) of 15 or 20. If the program requires contact hours beyond the 6 weeks, the amount will be prorated as noted in the chart below. Any prorating must be approved by the academic Associate Vice President and Vice President of Academic Affairs/College Provost.

Rank Per Credit 6 Weeks:
6 load for FLT15*
8 load for FLT 20*
8 Weeks
8 load for FLT 15*
10 Weeks:
10 load for FLT 15*

12 Weeks:
12 load for FLT 15*
16 load for FLT 20*

Instructor $1,125 $6,750 $9,000 $11,250 $13,500
Assistant Prof. $1,200 $7,200 $9,600 $12,000 $14,400
Associate Prof. $1,275 $7,650 $10,200 $12,750 $15,300
Professor $1,350 $8,100 $10,800 $13,500 $16,200
Senior Prof. $1,425 $8,550 $11,400 $14,250 $17,100

*Must have the loads indicated for the compensation noted.

The number of summer office hours will be two (2) hours per in-load course being taught. For online, the number of office hours will be equivalent to the number of load credits taught. All office hours are on campus.

Adult Education nine-month faculty will provide 20 hours of contact instruction over the six-week period. Office hours will be determined by the academic Associate Vice President during that time period. Compensation will be based upon faculty rank as noted in the chart below.

Adult Education 20 Hours
Instructor $6,750
Assistant Professor $7,200
Associate Professor $7,650
Professor $8,100
Senior Professor $8,550

Nine-month faculty teaching in the postsecondary adult vocational (PSAV) and apprenticeship (APPR) programs and faculty members who are not teaching but are conducting grant-funded activities or research during the summer will be compensated at 1/6 of their salary for six weeks. If additional hours are required to complete, the academic Associate Vice President and the Vice President of Academic Affairs/College Provost will approve either prorated salary or overload status beyond the six-week contract.

Office & On-Campus Hours

Office hours for nine-month faculty during the fall and spring semesters will continue to follow the model based upon the faculty load type (FLT) as noted in the table below:

Full-Time Load Office Hours Prep-Time off/on
Campus
Total
15 10 15 40
20 5 15 40
24 6 10 40
25 5 10 40
30 1 9 40

All Faculty will engage in a structured student support activity each major semester and may use 3 hours each week of office hours for this purpose. For in-load, online courses up to 6 hours, no substitution by additional on-campus hours will be required.

Full-Time
Load
Face-to-Face
Load
Online
Load
Prep Time
Required on
Campus
Office
Hours
Prep-Hours
Allowed off/on
Campus
Total Work
Hours per
Week
15 15 0 0 10 15 40
15 12 3 0 10 15 40
15 9 6 0 10 15 40
15 6 9 3 10 12 40
15 3 12 4 10 11 40
15 0 15 5 10 10 40

 

Large Class Size - Additional Compensation

  35 to 49
Students
50 to 70
Students

71+
Students

BS Full-time $780 $1,560 $2,340
BS Adjunct $675 $1,350 $2,025
AA or AS Full-time $780 $1,560 $2,340
AA or AS Adjunct $645 $1,290 $1,935
APPR or PSAV or AE None None None

 

Adult Education & Continuing Workforce Education

Current and continuous Adult Education adjunct faculty will maintain previous hourly rates if greater than published rate.

  Hourly Rate
Continuing Workforce Education
(these classes MUST be self-supporting)
$40
Adult Education Adjunct $28
Adult Education Overload $32

 

Overload & Adjunct Compensation

All courses taught as an overload or by an adjunct instructor will be compensated based on the following tables.

    1 Credit
Hour
2 Credit
Hour
3 Credit
Hour
4 Credit
Hour
Bs Full-time   $735 $1,470 $2,205 $2,940
BS Adjunct   $675 $1,350 $2,025 $2,700
AA or AS Full-time

Primary


Assistant

$735


$420

$1,470


$840

$2,205


$1,260

$2,940


$1,680

AA or AS Adjunct

Primary


Assistant

$645


$420

$1,290


$840

$1,935


$1,260

$2,580


$1,680

APPR or PSAV Full-time
or Adjunct

Primary


Assistant

$600


$420

$1,200


$840

$1,800


$1,260

$2,400


$1,680

 

Hourly Contact Rates

Course Type Faculty Status Faculty Role Hourly Rate
Upper division A&P

Overload


Adjunct

NA


NA

$49


$45

Lower division A&P, PSV

Overload

Primary


Assistant

$49


$28

Adjunct

Primary


Assistant

$43


$28

Apprentice, PSAV Overload and 
Adjunct

Primary


Assistant

$40


$28

Continuing Workforce Education
(MUST be self-supporting) 
NA NA $40
Adult Education

Overload


Adjunct

 

$33


$28

 

Apprenticeship On The Job Training (OJT) Pay

The pay for Apprenticeship OJT Instructors will be determined by the program total enrollment. This will be calculated at the end of drop/add each semester using the formula below.

1 to 25 students = 10 hrs. /Week x 17 weeks @ $40.00
26-50 students = 15 hrs. /Week x 17 weeks @$40.00
51-100+ students = 20hrs. / Week x 17 weeks @$40.00
Summer would be 12 weeks

Enrollment 10 hrs. 15 hrs. 20 hrs.
Electric Union $6800 $10,200 $13,600
Electric Non-Union $6800 $10,200 $13,600
Plumbing-Union $6800 $10,200 $13,600

 

Compensation For Department Chair Duties

The annual salary of Department Chairs will be equal to the nine-month salary annualized to a twelve-month salary plus an annual stipend equivalent to an additional 10% of the annualized twelve-month salary as of July 1 of that academic year, for the duration of their assignment as department chair. Chairs of a small department teach two (2) classes each major semester; chairs of a large department teach one (1) class each semester. No Department Chair will have teaching responsibilities during the summer semester. The designation of small or large department will be made by the Vice President of Academic Affairs/College Provost. Chairs are appointed for three (3) year terms by the President based on recommendations from the Vice President of Academic Affairs/College Provost and the appropriate Associate Vice President.

Supplemental Pay Salary Schedules

Task Annual Supplement
Assistant Athletic Coaches $5,000
Athletic Trainer $5,000
Chair, Honors Program/Learning Communities 3-3-6 Release and $2,500
Head Librarian $4,000

For Directed Independent Study (DIS), and Cooperative Education (Co-op), pay will be computed by multiplying the appropriate contact hour pay rate by the number of course credit hours for each student section taught (maximum of five (5) students per term unless approved by the Associate Vice President).

In special circumstances, faculty teaching unique, short-term courses will be provided appropriate supplemental pay as determined by the President. Hourly rates may differ with new programs initiated during 2016-2017.