You’ve “double-dipped” in the FTE. Save some FTE for the rest of us.

1. Full-time faculty members who teach overload classes often do so by dipping into what would otherwise be adjunct FTE.

2. Full-time faculty members/administrators at one college who are also adjunct teachers at another college dip into what would otherwise be adjunct FTE.

3. Full-time faculty members who have retired, receive benefits, and who also still teach as adjuncts dip into what would otherwise be “non-retired” adjunct FTE.

Hey full-timers! Save some FTE for the rest of us.

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One Response to You’ve “double-dipped” in the FTE. Save some FTE for the rest of us.

  1. Dan Sorensen says:

    Some institutions with unions rights only allow full-timers to double-dip after adjuncts meet a certain level of FTE.

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