Links & Documents
"The faculty member, believing in the worth and dignity of each human being, recognizes the supreme importance of the pursuit of truth, devotion to excellence, and the nurture of the democratic principles. Essential to these goals is the protection of freedom to learn and to teach and the guarantee of equal educational opportunity for all. The educator accepts the responsibility to adhere to the highest ethical standards." National Education Association
Includes work responsibilities and load, working conditions, compensation, benefits, professional development.
Faculty Salaries for 2022-23. There is an ongoing Meet and Confer process to address the new faculty compensation structure and individual placement on the schedule following the classification and compensation study.
Faculty Leadership Handbook
Information for department heads, discipline coordinators, supervisors, and others in academic and library leadership.
Information on the annual performance evaluation process.
Adjunct Faculty Guidebook
Information for adjunct faculty and their supervisors.
BP 1.25, AP 1.25.01
The PCC Governing Board recognizes the right of employees to provide input into decision-making and elect a representative organization to speak on their collective behalf on working conditions and compensation.
adopted by the PCC Governing Board.
implement Board Policies, subject to 21-day comment and review by the Faculty Senate and Staff Council, see BP 1.01.
Discipline Faculty Committee (DFC) Handbook
Information on governance and decision-making within your academic discipline.
Information related to online courses and teaching.
Principles for Pima
These principles were developed with faculty input in the spring of 2020 to to guide our advocacy.
→ sign here in support
PCCEA Constitution and Bylaws, revised Fall 2021
PCCEA advocates for all faculty regardless of membership. We all benefit from the pay and working conditions that result from collective advocacy. Please consider becoming a member to support the faculty and students at Pima, teachers in Arizona, and educators nationwide. There is strength in numbers. Here are some benefits of membership and more details from the AEA. Note the liability insurance and legal services, including two 30-minute personal consultations per year. Dues are about $650 per year (PCCEA's share of the total is $50).
Summary of College Expenditures, General and Designated Funds
Questions for Finance, November 2021
Response to FY2023 Budget Presentation, February 2022
Questions for Finance, April 2022
FY2022 Budget Context, May 2021
Survey of Faculty, Fall 2019
Evaluation of Administration, Spring 2021
STAR Office - strategy, analytics, and research
College Employee Satisfaction Survey, Fall 2019
Finance Office - financial reports and budget