Adjunct Faculty

As an adjunct faculty member you have the option to join the Adjuncts Association.  

Le Moyne Adjunct Contract 
Membership Instructions  
Membership Enrollment Form
Fee Authorization Form

President: Jennifer Gandee, artist in residence (visual and performing arts)

Vice President: David Moore, adjunct instructor (visual and performing arts)

Treasurer: Daniel Jezer, adjunct assistant (religious studies)

 

Other Resources:
Payroll Office (pay schedule, tax withholding forms, direct deposit forms)
Office of the Registrar (classroom and course information links)
New Employee Information (getting started...how to get your parking permit, signing up for "heights alert," etc.)
Adjunct Benefit Summary 

Summary of Benefits

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Adjuncts eligible for health insurance must complete enrollment at www.enrollingiseasy.com during our annual OPEN ENROLLMENT period.

Eligibility for health insurance is determined by number of courses taught within the measurement period (November 1 through October 31). HR tracks this information and contacts individuals prior to their eligibility date for coverage. Eligibility will be determined and adjunct employees will be notified via email. 

  • Health insurance coverage periods: January 1, if you are teaching in the spring semester; September 1, if you are teaching in the fall semester
  • Insurance is deducted from your 8 payroll checks pre-tax (per semester enrolled)
  • During the months you are not paid (i.e. January, June, July, etc) you will be billed by Human Resources Office
  • Once your coverage ends, you will be eligible for COBRA coverage for up to 18 months

Health Insurance Options

Le Moyne College offers three plans through Excellus BCBS:

Premium costs vary from $104.50month to $349.32/month based on the plan and tier level (i.e. individual or employee/child(ren))

The College provides a life insurance benefit in the face value of $10,000 for adjunct faculty members who are eligible to access the full grievance procedure.  This is an annual academic year benefit.  The coverage period begins the first semester of the academic year that you begin to teach and ends prior to the start of the next academic year.  Please complete a Beneficiary Designation Form.​

The College has established an annual professional development fund of $12,000 for 2019-2020 (June 1, 2019 through May 31, 2020).  The purpose of this benefit is to provide reimbursement for professional development needs of bargaining unit members. Bargaining unit members who have taught more than one (1) semester at the College are eligible to apply.  

Committee Members:

Annie Steve, Human Resources Generalist
Dixie Blackley, Associate Dean - College of Arts & Sciences
Jeanne Darby, Assistant Dean - College of Arts & Sciences
Pat Bliss, Associate Dean - Purcell School of Graduate & Professional Studies
Jennifer Gandee, Adjunct Assistant Professor - Visual & Performing Arts
Lisa Olson-Gugerty, Adjunct Instructor- Physician Assistant Studies
Paulette Rust, Director of Human Resources

Please complete the Grant Application Form and have your department chair/program director complete the comment form.

Application Guidelines
Grant Application Form
Department Chair/Program Director Comment Form
Information Technology Approval Form
Library Approval Form

Please complete the "Grant Application " above to apply for funds. If you are requesting reimbursement for travel expenses as part of your professional development request, please review the College Travel Policy.

Term Dates Process​
Fall round, current fiscal year ​ ​

Sept 25

Applications due (See above for Grant Application Form and Dept Chair/Program Director Comment Form; IT approval form and/or Library approval form, as applicable)
​Early Oct ​Committee Reviews Applications
Mid-Oct Committee Notifies Applicants of grant decision​
  Project Report due to Dean, Department Chair and committee​ within 30 days of completing the funded activity
​​May 8 Itemized receipts and statement of expenses form due to Human Resources Office 
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Spring round, current fiscal year ​ February 25 Applications due (See above for Grant Application Form and Dept Chair/Program Director Comment Form; IT approval form and/or Library approval form, as applicable)
​Early March ​Committee Reviews Applications
​Mid-March ​Committee Notifies Applicants of grant decision
Project Report due to Dean, Department Chair and committee​ within 30 days of completing the funded activity
​May 8 ​Itemized receipts and statement of expenses form due to Human Resources Office
 
Spring round, next fiscal year April 15 Applications due (See above for Grant Application Form and Dept Chair/Program Director Comment Form; IT approval form and/or Library approval form, as applicable)
Late April ​Committee Reviews Applications
Early May Committee Notifies Applicants of grant decision
  Project Report due to Dean, Department Chair and committee​ within 30 days of completing the funded activity
May 8 (of next fiscal year) Itemized receipts and statement of expenses form due to Human Resources Office

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Adjunct faculty members are eligible to participate in the non-contributory employee retirement savings account called the Supplemental Retirement Annuity Plan, sometimes referred to as the Tax Deferred Annuity Account. Please complete the Salary Reduction Agreement to elect a percentage to contribute.

Once you've submitted your Salary Reduction Agreement to HR you must enroll online to select the funds and/or lifecycle account your contribution will go to. 

Notes:

-You may change your contribution amount at any time, by completing another Salary Reduction Agreement.
-You can also change how your funds are allocated by logging into your account: tiaa-cref.org/lemoyne

Summary Plan Description: SPD 403(b).pdf

The College will remit for bargaining unit members, tuition for one (1) undergraduate course for each semester in which the adjunct faculty member earns Seniority Credit*.  The adjunct faculty member has two semesters beyond the semester in which the course was earned to use the course.  The course in not transferrable.  Tuition Remission Forms are available on the "Benefit Forms" page.

*Seniority Credit is earned when an adjunct faculty member teaches three (3) qualifying, credit hours or more (in any combination of one, two or three credit hour courses) during a semester.

Please review the Adjunct Contract for more information on the subsidy.

Healthcare Subsidy FAQs.pdf

Healthcare Application.pdf​

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