Faculty are compensated during semester or summer breaks according to their employment status during the academic terms immediately preceding and following the breaks. For example, faculty members who are employed full time during the spring semester and first or full summer sessions are paid their normal rate of pay during the break between spring semester and first summer session. Faculty members who work spring semester and are not employed first or full summer session or who work only second summer session are paid through spring graduation and are not compensated for the break between spring semester and first summer session. Faculty members who work a reduced schedule during first or full summer session are compensated for the break period at the reduced rate of pay.
Compensation for the break between full or second summer session and the fall is determined in the same manner.