HR Regulations and Policies
The following College Regulations relate to Human Resources. To view the actual College Regulation, please click the appropriate link below.
- 821 Recruitment and Appointment of Full-Time Personnel
- 823 Recruitment and Appointment of Part-Time Faculty
- 827 Recruitment Advertising and Posting of Vacancies
- 838 Equation of Experience for Faculty and Administrative Staff
- 841 Personnel Records
- 842 Verification of Past or Present Employment
- 848 Exit Procedure
- 851 Leaves and Absences, Vacations and Holidays
- 855 Substitute Pay for Faculty
- 861 Compensation and Benefits
- 862 ORP-TDA Providers
- 871 Resignation
- 872 Evaluation of Faculty
- 874 Staff Orientation Policy
- 875 Remediation of Performance: Contract Employees
- 876 Evaluation of Administrative & Support Staff
- 877 Employee Grievances and Complaints
- 878 Drug-Free Workplace Drug and Alcohol Abuse Policy
- 879 Sexual Harassment
- 881 Equal Opportunity Employment
- 882 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for Employees
- 886 Reprimand, Suspension, and Dismissal of Contract Employees
- 887 Nonrenewal, Termination, and Dismissal
- 888 Professional Development Fund
- 889 Professional Development
- 890 Support Staff Professional Growth
- 891 Employment Requirements and Restrictions
- 892 Contract and Noncontract Employment
- 897 Nepotism
WCJC Faculty Credentialing Guidelines
WCJC employs competent faculty members qualified to accomplish the mission and goals of the institution. When determining acceptable qualifications of its faculty, WCJC gives primary consideration to the highest earned degree in the discipline. WCJC also considers competence, effectiveness, and capacity, including, as appropriate, undergraduate and graduate degrees, related work experiences in the field, professional licensure and certifications, honors and awards, continuous documented excellence in teaching, or other demonstrated competencies and achievements that contribute to effective teaching and student learning outcomes. For all cases, WCJC is responsible for justifying and documenting the qualifications of its faculty.
When WCJC defines faculty qualifications using faculty credentials, WCJC uses the following as credential guidelines:
- Faculty teaching associate degree courses designed for transfer to a baccalaureate degree: doctorate or master's degree in the teaching discipline or master's degree with a concentration in the teaching discipline (a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline).
- Faculty teaching associate degree courses not designed for transfer to the baccalaureate degree: bachelor's degree in the teaching discipline, or associate's degree and demonstrated competencies in the teaching discipline.
- Faculty teaching courses in a certificate program not designed for transfer to the baccalaureate degree shall be certified in the teaching discipline and demonstrate competence in the discipline.
WCJC Employment Criminal Background Check Guideline