SECTION 300 - ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
322.01 TEACHING OF ONE EVENING CLASS PER YEAR FOR PART-TIME PAY
Faculty, with one or more years of full-time teaching experience at Georgia Perimeter College may teach one night class per year for part-time pay. For the purpose of this policy, an evening course
shall be defined as one that begins after 3:00 p.m.
(NOTE: This course shall be in addition to and not in lieu of required instruction of night classes assigned as part of the faculty member’s course load.)
In order to obtain approval to teach an evening class for part-time pay, the following guidelines
should be met:
1. The faculty member must have received a rating of "meets requirements" or
higher in teaching on the most recent evaluation.
2. Only one class per year per faculty member will be permitted.
3. A full-time faculty member who is assigned a night class as part of his/her
teaching load can request to teach an additional night class for part-time pay
during that same quarter.
4. If the requested night class assigned to a full-time faculty member does not
make, a part-time faculty member whose class has made cannot be removed
from that class and replaced with the full-time faculty member. The full-
time faculty member must wait for another quarter to teach a night class for
5. Should there be more full-time faculty requesting this option than classes
exist to fulfill those requests, the Department Chair/Coordinator, in consultation
with the Dean of Academic Services, will work out a plan for equitable distribution.
Revision: “DeKalb College” replaced with “Georgia Perimeter College” (5/2001)