C210: Sick Leave
(Approved by Faculty on 3/12/74, 4/8/75 and 5/10/78; approved by Regents on 3/14/74, 2/1/75, 5/18/75 and 8/29/78)
In cases of illness or injury requiring an extended absence—defined here as a period exceeding ten (10) working days—upon recommendation by the department chairperson, the dean and the Vice President for Academic Affairs, the President may approve an extended sick leave with pay up to a maximum of six (6) months for those full-time faculty members who have had six (6) or more years of continuous service at the University and who have not had an extended sick leave during their last six (6) years of service. For those who have been at the University less than six (6) years or who have been granted extended sick leave during their last six (6) years of service, the length of the requested sick leave will be reduced accordingly.
Permanent part-time faculty, who work at least one-half (1/2) time are eligible for sick leave proportionally.
In cases where the duties missed due to illness or injury cannot be assumed by others without the expenditure of funds not budgeted to the department or college, the department chairperson or director of an academic division or dean in colleges without departments will report the matter to the college dean who in turn will consult with the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs for resolution.
In cases of illness or injury requiring absences shorter than ten working days, deans and directors are required to keep records as necessary of any series of such instances and to report to the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs