Manual of General Policy
ARTICLE V FACULTY, STAFF AND ADMINISTRATION > Policy 5.02 Adjunct Professorships :
Policy 5.02 Adjunct Professorships
The use of the term "adjunct" in combination with the title of any professorial rank (e.g., "adjunct professor," "adjunct associate professor," "adjunct assistant professor") is to be authorized, without conferring tenure, for persons whose (BTM,1965,01-25,012,__):
a) Qualifications are comparable to those of faculty members appointed to the corresponding regular professorial ranks, or whose professorial achievement and training merit appointment to adjunct professorships in the several ranks
b) Major employment is outside the University, and whose appointment in the University is made for a limited purpose (e.g., a special course or courses) or for a limited duration
Persons holding adjunct professorships in the several ranks are eligible also for appointment, without conferring tenure, to the doctoral faculties of the University. (BTM,1965,01-25,012,__)
Recommendations to the Board of Trustees for the appointment, without conferring tenure, of adjunct professors in the several ranks shall follow the college and University procedures for line appointments. Recommendations for the appointment, without conferring tenure, of adjunct professors of any rank to a doctoral staff shall follow the usual university procedures for the designation of such staff. (BTM,1965,01-25,012,__)