Progress Toward Tenure Review
The progress toward tenure review is a formal review conducted approximately midway through the probationary period for tenure-track faculty. The purpose of the review is to give faculty members a meaningful appraisal of their progress-to-date toward earning tenure and to orient them to elements of the formal tenure review process. At the conclusion of the review, faculty members receive a letter from the dean providing feedback on their progress toward tenure and informing them of the review outcome: (1) evidence sufficient for continuing the tenure track appointment; (2) evidence requires a subsequent probationary review in the next academic year; or (3) evidence supports a recommendation for non-reappointment.
- Progress Toward Tenure Review Guidelines (20 KB)
- Guidelines on Review Procedures for Faculty Holding Joint Appointments (11 KB)
- Curriculum Vitae Preparation (61 KB)
- Candidate Statements on Teaching, Professional Performance, and Research/Scholarship/Creative Activity (38 KB)
- Candidate Verification Form and List of Supporting Materials (32 KB)
- Initial Review Evaluation Documents (57 KB)
- Intermediate Review Composite Evaluation and Recommendation (34 KB)
- Provost Office Reporting Chart (32 KB) Reporting charts are due from the schools on March 16, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.