Sabbatical Leave


The procedures and eligibility criteria are outlined in Article 16.6 of the UNAC CBA or Article 5.5 of the UAFT CBA.  Please review the appropriate article to determine your eligibility to apply. 

Deadline: Applications for AY18-19 sabbatical leave are due on October 24, 2017.

Guidelines:

If you are eligible and choose to apply, prepare the following:
  1. Complete a Sabbatical Leave Application Form.
  2. Prepare a complete description of the proposed leave project, activities, and travel plan.  Describe the objectives of your proposed leave and the expected benefits to yourself and UAF.
  3. Provide documentation indicating arrangements with cooperating institutions, individuals, agencies, etc., or include a statement explaining the plan to secure such arrangements or why it is not necessary.
  4. Provide a copy of your current Curriculum Vitae.
Submit this information to your department chair (UNAC faculty members), or campus dean or director (UAFT faculty members), on or before the October 24 deadline indicated on the review schedule.
 
Sabbatical Recommendations from Deans/Directors (UNAC and UAFT) are due to the Provost Office on December 14, 2017.
Chancellor announces sabbatical leave awards on January 18, 2018.
 
 
For additional information or questions contact Jennifer Hoppough at (907)474-7096 or jahoppough@alaska.edu.

Review Schedules Application Forms Sabbatical Leave Funding Forms Sabbatical Leave Report Form
UAFT Review Schedule UAFT Sabbatical Application UAFT Sabbatical Leave Funding Form


Sabbatical Leave Report Form

(UAFT and UNAC)

UNAC Review Schedule UNAC Sabbatical Application UNAC Sabbatical Leave Funding Form

 


Sabbatical Leave FAQs

Notice regarding Sabbatical Leave and Permanent Fund Dividend Eligibility

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