Non-Tenure Track Faculty Advisory Board

Non-Tenure Track Faculty Advisory Board

Committee Charge:

The mission of this advisory board is to ensure inclusiveness and equity so that all non-tenure track faculty experience equitable conditions for teaching, faculty hiring, development, evaluation, and inclusive practices in shared governance across colleges, departments, programs, and divisions. The two charges of the Non-Tenure Track Advisory Board (NTTAB) are:  

  1. The NTTFAB will support the work of the NTTF Implementation Committee in its efforts to enact the recommendations of Task Face to Recommend Best Practices for Non-Tenure Track Instructional Faculty.  
  2. The NTTFAB will make relevant recommendations to the Academic Senate Executive Committee, the Faculty Policy Committee, the Educational Policy Committee, and the Academic Technology Committee.  

Communication: the NTTFAB will communicate the time, place, activities, and recommendation of the board through the non-tenure-track faculty listserv. The NTTFAB will use the listserv to solicit the needs of the non-tenure track faculty across the colleges to better represent their experiences at CSUDH. The NTTFAB will also be kept abreast of current best practices by Faculty Affairs and Development for supporting the professional development of non-tenure track faculty members.

Committee Members (2020-2021)


The NTTFAB will meet at least two times per semester. Meetings will be announced two weeks in advance and are open to all faculty members. 

Spring 2021 Meetings: 

  • January 29
  • February 12, 26
  • March 12, 26
  • April 16, 30
  • May 14

The NTTFAB will meet at once per semester with the Provost and university President to share concerns and updates from the board. The top three issues by member vote and shared with President Parham and Provost Spagna in December and January meetings were:

  • Job Security
  • Communication
  • Institutional Respect for NTTF

NTTFAB Working Groups:

The following groups were created to address issues with the administrative and divisional support needed. 

It Support

Faculty Affairs 



Research/Fundraising Workgroup