Ohio Admin. Code 3364-72-08 - Emeritus faculty

Current through all regulations passed and filed through March 11, 2022

(A) Policy statement

Emeritus status conferred upon faculty is an honor intended to recognize the outstanding services of retired faculty members. Upon retirement, a university faculty member may be accorded emeritus status by the board of trustees upon recommendation by the faculty member's department chair, dean, the provost and executive vice president for academic affairs or chancellor and executive vice president for biosciences and health affairs and the president. The emeritus title does not confer any employment status, rights, or entitlements.

Upon recommendation of the president, the board of trustees may name faculty in other roles to emeritus rank as a way of conferring special recognition.

(B) Purpose of policy

To define "emeritus" status and set forth the privileges for emeritus faculty.

(C) Scope

This policy applies to all faculty except those covered by the health science campus faculty rules and regulations.

(D) Privileges of emeritus faculty

Each emeritus honoree is entitled to certain privileges of the university of Toledo as determined by the respective dean of the college within which the faculty member resided, which privileges may be amended from time to time at the discretion of the dean:

(1) A permanent ID card which may be used to purchase parking passes, access faculty rates to athletic and other events, and library privileges and access to subscriptions;
(2) A mailbox in their college's academic department, upon request;
(3) Office space, if available;
(4) Continuation to include the name of the member in the college's listing of faculty in any publications or bulletins;
(5) At the discretion of the emeritus member's department chair, be provided with general office support services, computer services, research assistance, use of laboratory facilities, the ability to participate in faculty seminars, and access to funds for internal research support;
(6) The ability to serve as a principal investigator or project director on sponsored research programs in accordance with rule 3364-70-22 of the Administrative Code;
(7) Continue to be considered faculty for purposes of the rule 3364-70-15 of the Administrative Code (commercialization policy) while engaged in research activities using university facilities or while providing mentoring to students engaged in university research; or
(8) Other benefits as determined appropriate by the president of the university.


Ohio Admin. Code 3364-72-08
Effective: 4/20/2020
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 3364
Rule Amplifies: 3364

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