Summer Compensation is the form of payment used for paying faculty with multi-year or continuous full-year (i.e. July 1 to June 30) teaching appointments.
For policies related to Summer Compensation, refer to the Faculty Handbook, XVIII. Faculty Compensation, Benefits, and Services, section B.
Faculty members who have a 12-month Annual Work Period or a partial year academic appointment are not paid using Summer Compensation.
Procedures for paying Summer Compensation are covered in the last Information Session each academic year (May/June timeframe).
The following is a list of Workday training guides containing instructions for paying faculty in the summer:
Paying Summer Compensation in Workday
- Instructions for entering summer comp payments using the Workday business process, Manage Period Activity Pay Assignments, as well as instructions for creating a Summer Compensation or Teacher Summer Programs job
Processing Summer Instructors
- Explains how different faculty are handled over the summer
Transferring Faculty to Summer Session
- Instructions for transferring faculty who are teaching in Summer Session if they are being terminated in your department