Faculty members who are eligible for a sabbatical in the 2022–23 academic year and those who completed a sabbatical during the 2021-21 academic year should submit their sabbatical plans and reports, respectively, to the Office of Faculty Affairs by Friday, Oct. 15. Plans and reports should be sent to Lori Montezon, administrative assistant.
Sabbatical plans and reports must be approved by the unit dean or designated representative before submission. It is essential that faculty members submit their plans by the Oct. 15 deadline to allow enough time for academic units to coordinate schedule and staffing adjustments for the following academic year. Late applications will not be accepted.
The Sabbatical Review Committee, comprised of eight tenured faculty members, reviews all plans and reports. More information about the sabbatical program as well as requirements for sabbatical plans and reports can be found online.
With questions, contact Dr. Gary Meyer, senior vice provost for faculty affairs.