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July 11 and more - Summer Movie Fest

July 11 - Sounds of Summer: The Roadwork Crew Gfunk Review Feat. TMONEYGREEN

July 17 and more - Diversity & Inclusion: French American Heritage Month

July 19 - The 15th Annual International Taste Fest

Through July 19 - Summer Swish Youth Basketball Camp

July 24 - All About the Arts: Power Play

July 25 - Thursdays at the DIA Museum

New Partnership with Schoolcraft College Provides Seamless Pathway in Culinary Arts

Student Success Angela Miller

Student Success Jeremiah Pettaway

Student Success Elina Villemure

August 7 and more - Diversity & Inclusion: National Civility Month

Through August 8 - Art Gallery: Jeff Cancelosi Exhibition

August 22 - Thursdays at the DIA Museum

September 14 and more - Beginner Digital Photography

Register as a Guest Student at WCCCD

WCCCD Chancellor Dr. Curtis L. Ivery Receives 2024 University of Arkansas "Distinguished Career in Education Award"

September 21 - Public Safety Open House

Food Bank Donations

Celebrating A Tradition of Transitioning from Students to Practitioners

Student Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) Application

BRAINFUSE Online Tutoring Information

Brainfuse JobNow

Commercial Driver's License (CDL-A) Training

National Student Clearinghouse e-Transcript

Dental Hygiene Clinic at Northwest Campus

Free COVID-19 Vaccination & Testing Clinics

Earn as you Learn Pharmacy Technology Program

Student Assistance Program

Coronavirus Reporting Hotline

Learning Resource Center Online Resources & Services

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Learning Resource Centers (LRC) and Local Library Partnerships

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WCCCD New Adjunct Faculty

1. What do I need to do to get on the payroll?

The first thing you need to do before working is come to the Human Resources Department at 801 W. Fort Street (corner of Fort & Third), Detroit, MI 48226 and complete the necessary new hire paperwork. The Human Resources Department is open every business day from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. You should allow yourself approximately one hour to complete the forms. One of the forms you will need to complete is called the Employment Eligibility Verification Form (I-9). It is very important that you bring the appropriate original supporting documentation to prove that you have the legal right to work in the United States. Below is a list of approved documents that are required for you to provide to the Human Resources Department.

2. What items are required for my Human Resources files?

    • Completed and Signed Employment Application
    • Official Transcripts from all institutions of higher education you have attended
    • Copies of Current Certifications and Licenses Obtained
    • Tax Forms (Federal, State and City)
    • Completed and Signed I-9 Form
    • Michigan Public School Employees Retirement Enrollment Form
    • Employee Dependency Form
    • Authorization to Disburse Earnings Form
    • Union Dues Deduction Authorization

3. When are part-time faculty paid?

The last pay check due to part-time faculty in any semester shall be collectible after the faculty member has submitted grades to the college consistent with the academic calendar grade submission dates.

    Summer 2024 Adjunct Faculty Pay Dates

    Summer I

    1. 06/14/2024
    2. 06/28/2024
    3. 07/31/2024
    4. 08/12/2024

    Summer II

    1. 06/28/2024
    2. 07/31/2024
    3. 08/12/2024

Full time faculty should refer to the union contract for pay date information.

4. What are the hourly rates for part time faculty?

Per the current AFT contract the hourly rates are based on applicable degree attainment and the rates for part-time faculty are as follows effective Fall, 2016:

Less than Bachelor $30.00
Bachelor’s          $49.61
Master’s  $51.62
Master’s + 30  $58.06
Doctorate $66.65

*Full time faculty members should refer to the union contract for salary information.

5. How do I get a salary change if I have a change of degree status?

If you have a change of degree status from Bachelor's to Master's or Master's to Master's plus 30 graduate credits or from Master's to Doctorate you must do two things:

  • Have your new official transcripts forwarded to the Human Resources Department.
  • Complete a Faculty Salary Adjustment Request Form (obtainable from the Human Resources Department). Send the completed form to the Human Resources Department for review and to obtain appropriate approvals.

6. Are new part-time faculty members entitled to any benefits?

Yes. They are entitled to the following:

    • Michigan Public School's Employee Retirement System*
    • Employee Tuition Waiver Program
    • Tax Sheltered Annuities*
    • Workers' Compensation

* Requires employee paid contributions

7. What number can I call Human Resources for questions?

Contact number: (313) 496-2765

 
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