Chair--Dr. Aaron Haines                                                           Committee Members

At the request of the committee, Dr. Barry David agreed to post his application as an example.  Example

Article 40 Incentive For Teaching at Other Locations


If you are a regular faculty member (i.e, not temporary part- or full-time), your primary work location is at Millersville University and you are teaching a course at a location more than 15 miles away from your home or the university (whichever is closer to the teaching location), you may be eligible for a cash incentive or professional development funding.  Student teacher supervision and internship supervision assignments are not eligible for consideration; however, nursing clinical supervision is eligible.

A provision in the current CBA specifies as follows:

3.  In addition to their regular compensation under this Agreement, FACULTY MEMBERS who volunteer to teach at other teaching locations or are assigned in accordance with 2. above may elect one of the following incentives, except that no incentive shall be paid for teaching locations within fifteen (15) miles of the FACULTY MEMBER’S home or the University, whichever is closer:


Total Cumulative

Miles Traveled



Professional Development


500 miles or less



501 – 1,500 miles



1,501 – 3,000 miles



Over 3,000 miles




If you believe that you qualify for the above incentive / professional development funding, fill out the Article 40 Teaching Incentive Form.

One form should be filled out per course, if you are teaching more than one course at another location. 

This form may be turned into your dean’s office at the start of the semester for your anticipated cumulative mileage through the end of the semester. 

NOTE:  Forms submitted more than 90 days after the last pay date for a semester will not be accepted or paid.

Continuing Education Pay Chart

How to Read the Continuing Education Pay Chart

Please note that Continuing Education (CE) pay is based on rank/step and enrollment

  • Make sure you are looking at the appropriate area of the chart.  The undergraduate course pay chart is on page 1 and the graduate course pay chart is on page 2.
  • On the right side of the chart, locate your current rank/step (column D); then look for your maximum salary for 3 credits (column G).  This is the most you can make teaching a three-credit course via the CE pay scale.
  • On the left side of the chart, locate the number of students you have in your course.  Look across to the associated gross salary for 3 credits (column B).  This is the amount you will be paid for the course unless it exceeds your maximum (Column G).  The amount listed in the chart is gross salary not net salary.
  • Example:
       Professor Jones has a rank/step (column D) of 1-09.  His maximum salary for his 3 credit
       undergraduate course (column G) is $6,710.  His salary cannot exceed that number no matter
       how many students he has in his class.  If he has an enrollment of 9 students, his salary would be
       $6,460.  Although the gross salary (Column B) for 10 students is $7,178 he will still receive a
       maximum salary of $6,710.

Faculty Search Resources

Detailed information, including step-by-step activities for each individual involved in a faculty search and People Admin instructions, are available at the Human Resources website