University Faculty

The University recognizes three tiers of teaching. Those who have registered as teachers will be referred to as faculty.

Fellow - A Fellow of the university has:

  1. Registered with the ROIU as a teacher. Teachers must contact the Provost to register with the University. An applicant may register as a student and a teacher at the same time.
  2. Attained a degree of Scholar or higher. A teacher may pursue a Scholar's degree and a Fellowship at the same time, i.e. they may attend classes towards their Scholar's degree concurrent to teaching classes towards their Fellowship.
  3. Taught 12 classes in any College or Division.
  4. A class may be taught multiple times, but the list of documented classes must include at least 3 classes/syllabi on different topics. Related but distinct classes (e.g beginning, intermediate, and advanced classes on the same subject) count as separate classes/syllabi.
Lector - A Lector has:
  1. Attained a Fellowship. Classes taught to attain a Fellowship will count toward attaining a Lectorship.
  2. Completed a Professorial Focus.
  3. Taught 12 additional classes in any College or Division. The additional classes must be in a College(s) other than the one chosen for a Professorial Focus.
  4. A class may be taught multiple times, but the list of documented classes must include at least 6 classes/syllabi on different topics: at least 3 distinct classes for item IV.B.2., and at least 3 distinct classes for item IV.B.3. Related but distinct classes (e.g beginning, intermediate, and advanced classes on the same subject) count as separate classes/syllabi.
Professor - A Professor has:
  1. Attained a Lectorship. Classes taught to attain a Fellowship and Lectorship will count toward attaining a Professorship.
  2. Completed two Professorial Foci.
  3. Taught 12 additional classes in any College or Division. The additional classes must be in a College(s) other than the ones chosen for a Professorial Focus.
  4. A class may be taught multiple times, but the list of documented classes must include at least 9 classes/syllabi on different topics: at least 6 distinct classes for item IV.C.2. (3 distinct classes for each College), and at least 3 distinct classes for item IV.C.3. Related but distinct classes (e.g beginning, intermediate, and advanced classes on the same subject) count as separate classes/syllabi.
Qualifications for a Professorial Focus
  1. Taught 12 classes in a chosen College.
  2. A class may be taught multiple times, but the list of documented classes must include at least 3 classes/syllabi on different topics. Related but distinct classes (e.g beginning, intermediate, and advanced classes on the same subject) count as separate classes/syllabi.
Continuing Education - Professors are welcome and encouraged to pursue Professorial Foci in all four Colleges.



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