Employment Policies, Benefits & Procedures
Policies and procedures related to employment, compensation, benefits, and course load
Academic Affairs Policies and Procedures
Textbooks for faculty use are available from through their Department Chair. Requests for review texts should also be forwarded to their Department Chair. A course’s textbook becomes the property of the Part Time or Full Time Faculty member upon the signing of a teaching contract.
The adoption of a textbook requires the completion of a Textbook Adoption/Modification Form. Adoptions require approval of the department chair. The department chair is responsible for notifying and obtaining input from impacted site and campus coordinators. Impacted site and campus coordinators should sign the form and indicate support or non-support, explain, and return to the department chair within 24 hours for the input to be considered. Questions regarding the textbook use and content should be made to the initiator. Textbook Forms must be returned to the Department Chair for action no later than seven weeks prior to the first day of class. Failure to comply with this deadline will delay the adoption until the following semester. New editions are classified as modifications.
Deviation from Master Text List
Initiators who wish to deviate from the current semesters textbook need to submit a Textbook Adoption/Modification Form. These are considered modifications (please see procedure above.) Deviations must be submitted every semester by the modification deadline.
Initiators who wish to supplement the core text(s) are required to complete a Textbook Adoption/Modification Form. The above processes for textbook adoption/modification must be followed.
Flagstaff students may purchase textbooks and supplies from the bookstore located on the Lone Tree campus. For students at the Page, Williams, or Grand Canyon Campuses, textbook sales are available online at http://www.coconino.bkstr.com.