Faculty Summer Pay Hiatus
With the move to Workday, the summer pay hiatus process will continue to be followed to ensure that 9-month faculty will be appropriately paid (or not paid) over the summer.
If 9-month faculty are not placed on summer pay hiatus, their pay will continue throughout the summer. While summer pay hiatus stops salary payment during the summer, other payment types can continue to be received (such as a one-time payment for lecturing in the summer).
Faculty Summer Work Status and Pay
Summer pay hiatus can accommodate the following:
- Faculty who do not work the entire summer will be placed on summer pay hiatus for the entire summer and will not receive salary.
- Faculty who work some portion of the summer will be placed on summer pay hiatus for the portion of the summer they are not working. If they have costing allocations or FTE changes, these will need to be completed by the schools and colleges for the period(s) over the portion of summer they are working.
- Faculty who work the entire summer remain the same other than costing allocations or FTE changes.
The academic partner security role is the only security role that can execute summer pay hiatus.