Please be sure to read any and all related criteria and formats available through the Policies and Procedures link prior to downloading any of the forms linked here.
Salary increases can be granted in recognition of exceptional performance in order to retain valuable faculty members.
The Provost would like to be able to support all faculty that request funds for professional development, unfortunately the budget is limited each physical year. This year, the funds have been depleted before the end of the physical year. The Office of the Provost is not accepting any requests for faculty development funds at this time. We encourage faculty to submit requests after July 1, 2016. Funds are available to support the ranks of Assistant, Associate and Full Professor for faculty development and the support of professional activities. There is a $300 limit per Fiscal Year. The College / Department must also financially support the request. Please allow a minimum of two weeks for your request to be processed. Requests are not guaranteed to be funded, any request can be denied for any reason at anytime.
The URI Honorary Degree Committee will be seeking names of individuals who have distinguished themselves through important contributions to the University, to the State of Rhode Island, or to the nation – individuals who deserve to be honored by the University and who will bring honor to the University by accepting a URI degree.
Given the continued interest by the University faculty, I am writing with regard to a phased retirement option for FY2015 through FY2018. This option recognizes that the University is an integral part of faculty lives and, as such, provides a respectful transition for faculty from full-time responsibilities to retirement. This option consists of a two-year phased retirement assignment. Faculty interested in the phased retirement option should read the information below and submit a proposal to the Dean of the College by April 14, 2014 for the 2014-2015 academic year. Please refer to section D3 of the policy for Academic Years FY16 through FY18.
The University is now accepting 2015-2016 Promotion and Tenure proposals.
The University is now accepting and reviewing Sabbatical Leave applications for the 2016-2017 academic year. One hard copy and one electronic copy must be submitted.
Policy Manual, Postsecondary Regulations, Proprietary Schools Regulations, and Procurement Regulations from the Rhode Island Board of Governors
The University is now accepting and reviewing Summer Recontracting Requests for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Electronic version of the University Manual