Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure Review Timeline Assistant Professor or Associate Professor
This site is designed to help determine when the mandatory review for reappointment to Assistant Professor 2nd Term, promotion to Associate Professor with tenure, or the conferral of tenure on an Associate Professor without tenure is to take place for tenure-track faculty*. Reference the Appointment, Reappointment, Promotion and Permanent Tenure Policy. There are Mandatory Reviews and Nonmandatory Reviews.
Academic and Fiscal Year Contracts
Appointments made after April 22, 2005* should have end dates of May 15 for academic year, 9-month appointments or June 30 for fiscal year, 12-month appointments in order to coincide with our RPT cycle. If a faculty member’s end date is not one of these, please contact Amy_Jinnette@ncsu.edu.
|Contract End Date||Review Cycle||Notification|
|5/15/2019 or 6/30/2019||2017-2018||5/2018|
|5/15/2020 or 6/30/2020||2018-2019||5/2019|
|5/15/2021 or 6/30/2021||2019-2020||5/2020|
|5/15/2022 or 6/30/2022||2020-2021||5/2021|
|5/15/2023 or 6/30/2023||2021-2022||5/2022|
*Note 1: The Request for Tenure Clock Extension Form (PRV-002) is to be submitted to the Office of the Provost for extenuating circumstances that warrant the need to extend a faculty member’s tenure clock.
*Note 2: The Notification of Birth, Adoption, or Placement of a Foster Child Form is to be submitted by the faculty member to the Department Head. The Department Head is to submit the form to the college. The college will send a copy of the form to Amy Jinnette, Campus Box 7101.
*Note 3: On April 22, 2005 the Academic Tenure Policy (now titled Appointment, Reappointment, Promotion and Permanent Tenure Policy) was revised to allow initial tenure-track appointments to vary from exactly four years in order to allow the end dates to coincide with our RPT cycle and thereby avoid adjustments later. So, initial contracts can vary from 3 years to 4 1/2 years in length.