It is the purpose of the College of Communication and Fine Arts Tenure and Promotion
Committee to review a candidate's dossier, as well as letters from external reviewers,
recommendations by the departmental tenure and promotion committee and/or the appropriate
departmental faculty, along with the chair’s recommendation.
The Committee reviews the departmental and university guidelines and standards and
makes a determination regarding the candidate’s achievement of those standards. The
Committee is also charged with evaluating the candidate’s potential for growth and
development based on the materials presented.
Membership in the College Tenure and Promotion Committee:
Only tenured associate or full professors are eligible for membership on the Tenure
and Promotion Committee.
Each department in the College will have one elected member on the Committee.
One term of service is two (2) consecutive years.
One-half of the Committee members will rotate off each year while one-half will be
retained from the previous year.
Members of the Committee should not serve consecutive terms.
A Committee member must excuse himself from the portion of the meeting involving the discussion
of candidates from his own department and may not vote upon these candidates.