Stephen F. Austin State University

For Faculty

Resources for Faculty

Various resources, information and links for the SFASU Department of Human Services Faculty

Resources for Faculty

Resources for Adjuncts

University Policies Procedures and Forms

Graduate Transfer Credit

This is form is to be used when graduate courses are eligible for transfer to SFASU. The student pursuing a master's degree with thesis may transfer a maximum of 6 semester hours; a student pursuing a master's degree without thesis may transfer a maximum of 12 semester hours. The student must have the approval of the appropriate academic department and graduate dean.

Report of Comprehensive Final Examination

The Major Professor and the Minor Professor (if an examination in minor is required) are requested to submit this form to the Graduate Dean's offices.

Grade Change Form

Grade change forms are not posted online. Please contact your departmental staff for assistance.

Course Information

Faculty Workload Credit Calculation

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Updated: Thursday, May 19, 2016

Meeting Minutes

Curriculum Committee

Search Committee

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Report (THECB)

Human Services Department Chair

Program Director

Program Director Overview

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Updated: Friday, April 29, 2016

Program Director Policy

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Updated: Friday, April 29, 2016

Program Director Evaluation

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Updated: Friday, April 29, 2016

Human Services Promotion & Tenure Information

Tenure Policy

PCOE Promotion Policy

HUSR Promotion Policy

Professionalism Assessment

Review Forms

PCOE Timeline:

22 October -- faculty submission of dossier to department (by 4:30 PM)

8 November -- departmental committee letters to department chair

1 December -- department chair letters & dossiers to the dean's office

15 December -- college committee letters to the dean

15 February -- dean's letters & dossiers to the provost 2

8 March -- provost's letters to the president

Portfolio Guidelines
COE Committee Structure, department
COE Committee Structure, college

Tenure committee: comprised of one elected tenured faculty from each department (committee of 5 members); review candidates for mid-tenure review and for tenure -promotion committee--associate professor: comprised of one elected tenured associate or full professor from each department (committee of 5 members); review candidates for mid-promotion review and for promotion to the rank of associate professor -promotion committee--full professor: comprised of one elected tenured full professor from each department (committee of 5 members); review candidates for promotion to the rank of full professor.

Levels of Review
Committee Processes
Additional Points