PSC Contract 2017-2023

Updated: November 5, 2019
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Highlights of the Proposed Contract

  • Breakthrough on adjunct pay—the biggest gain in equity in the union’s history
  • Salary increases across the board of more than 10% by November 2022
  • Retroactive pay increases
  • Pay for teaching adjuncts restructured: minimum for a three-credit course rises by the end of the
    contract to $5,500 (an increase of 71%), four-credit course to $6,875
  • Adjunct workload restructured starting next semester to include paid office hours for every course
  • Additional salary increases for equity: full-time CLT titles, all Lecturer titles, and Assistants to HEO
  • Across-the-board salary increases also applied to EOCs and Continuing Ed faculty
  • Graduate employee health insurance funding and tuition waivers expanded
  • Improved funding and firm time frames for HEO differential awards
  • First-ever contractual language on on-line teaching, union participation in University technology committee
  • Contractual travel funds doubled
  • Research support for department chairs, starting 2021
  • Increased funding for professional development funds for adjuncts, Continuing Ed faculty, CLTs and HEOs
  • Access to professional development grants for non-teaching adjuncts
  • Pilot program on payment of stipends for specific projects
  • Welfare Fund funding increased, supporting further benefit enhancements
  • No give-backs

Memorandum of Agreement

This Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) is the legal document that contains every provision of the proposed new contract.

This is the signed MOA.

Attachment I, the 2018 letter agreements with NYC regarding health insurance are attached to the PDF version of the 2017-23 MOA.