Summer 2022 Adjunct Pay Schedule

Below are the summer session pay schedules for Adjunct and Full-time Faculty for Brooklyn/Hudson campuses. Keep in mind that the dates below are the dates that the workloads are processed: those with direct deposit will see the payment in their accounts the following day.

Memorandum of Agreement for CBA 2021-26

We have reached a deal.  Please see the Memorandum of Agreement.

We are calling a General Membership Meeting for this Thursday, October 7, 2021 from 10:30 am - 12 pm.  A zoom link will be forthcoming to the membership.  A vote on the contract will be taken at this meeting, so please make every effort to attend.

LIU Financial Analysis 2021

July 23, 2021

Please review this financial analysis, with data relevant to contract negotiations.

Reminder: general meeting Tuesday July 27 at 10am. Our financial consultant will discuss these findings, and the negotiation team will provide updates. Contact the LIUFF executive team if you didn't get the Zoom link by email.

 

For your consideration...

July 19, 2021

 

After earning an upgrade from Moody’s from a “Stable” to “Positive” outlook, a designation that only 2% of all ratings receive, as well as an impressively flush financial report, LIU’s Senior Administration has put a collection of egregious proposals that cut salary, benefits, and job security for all. LIU is in a better financial position than it has been in for decades.

 

This is a selection of some of their most horrible proposals:

AFT to host Public Service Loan Forgiveness webinar in Spanish

In partnership with the National Education Association, the AFT is hosting a webinar in Spanish on the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. For those who want to learn about the relief available under this program—in Spanish—mark your calendars for Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 7 p.m. EDT. PSLF enables public service workers—teachers, firefighters, librarians, etc.—to have the balance of their federal higher education loans forgiven after 10 years. So far, more than 175,000 people have had more than $10 billion in loans forgiven. Register here.