Sabbatical Leave


The procedures and eligibility criteria are outlined in Article 16.6 of the UNAC CBA.

Deadline: Applications for AY19-20 sabbatical leave are due on October 24, 2018.

Guidelines:

If you are eligible and choose to apply, prepare the following:
  1. Complete a Sabbatical Leave Application Form (use the response email as your application)
  2. Provide a copy of your current Curriculum Vitae.
  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. Sabbatical Leave Application Attachments Form AY19-20 (all required signatures and recommendations completed).
Timeline
  • Submit this information to your department chair on or before the October 24 deadline indicated on the review schedule.
  • Sabbatical Recommendations from Deans/Directors are due to the Provost Office on December 14, 2018.
  • Chancellor announces sabbatical leave awards on January 18, 2019.
 
For additional information or questions contact Jennifer Hoppough at (907)474-7096 or jahoppough@alaska.edu.

Review Schedule Application Form Attachments Form AY19-20 Sabbatical Leave Funding Form Sabbatical Leave Report Form
UNAC Review Schedule Application Form (Electronic) Attachments Form UNAC Sabbatical Leave Funding Form Sabbatical Leave Report Form

 


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