Faculty Files Office
COVID-19 Note – Updated: The Faculty Files Custodian will continue to add documents to electronic back-up files, and she will grant faculty time-limited access to their (digital) files upon request. Faculty may submit documents electronically: via email to email@example.com, or via PEAR (the Protected Email Attachment Repository) to Alicia Utterback with cc to Monica Kroft. Paper files will be updated as soon as possible.
Digital files will also be made available to personnel committees and other reviewers (Deans, VCAA/Provost, Chancellor) via confidential Box folders, with access logged and granted on a time-limited basis.
The Faculty Files Office, Faculty Reading Room, and PAC 5A conference room are closed at this time.
See Provost’s Communication 2020-3-18 for additional details.
The Faculty Files Office houses official faculty personnel files, which are used to reach decisions on promotion, tenure, and retention. The Faculty Files Custodian is responsible for maintaining and safeguarding faculty personnel files, and for granting access to authorized individuals charged with reviewing files under the terms of the Faculty Personnel Policy.
The Faculty Files Reading Room adjacent to the Faculty Files Office is available for personnel file review at the times listed below. Personnel committees may inquire about the availability of the PAC 5A conference room for meetings involving personnel files by contacting Patsy Nation (firstname.lastname@example.org, 217-206-7022).
Link to more information about faculty personnel files in Article 1 (pp. 6-8) of the Faculty Personnel Policy
Regular business hours:
COVID-19 Note: The Faculty Files Office is currently closed to walk-in traffic. Please contact Alicia Utterback to arrange for digital file review.
- 8:30 a.m. to noon
1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Closed noon to 1:00 p.m.
- Public Affairs Center, Room 531
Enter through Provost’s Suite, Room 525
- Alicia Utterback, Faculty Files Custodian
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 217/206-7408
- Fax: 217/206-7623