All part-time faculty are required to complete, and have on file, the forms listed below. Continuing faculty members (teaching consecutive semesters with less than a three-year break in service) will only need to sign the teaching contract issued by the college or department. Otherwise the following forms need to be completed:
I-9 employment eligibility verification form (must be completed within the first three working days of employment).
CT W-4 and Federal Income Tax withholding forms (need to update if break in service).
The Academic Performance Warning (formerly Mid-Semester Warning) is available for use after the first full week of classes each semester. It is initiated by an instructor online and automatically informs the student, advisor, dean's office, and Student Success Center via email of a problem a student is having with a particular course. Two areas that are reported using the Academic Performance Warning (APW) system are performance feedback and attendance. When students are not performing well or not attending regularly, report it via the online Academic Performance Warning system. You will be able to access APW as a menu option in the self-service system off of the main University webpage.
Part-time faculty members will receive a copy of their contract from their dean's office, which can be taken to the ID Office to receive their identification (ID) card. ID cards are issued at the ID Office located in Room 135 in the Gengras Student Union. It is recommended that part-time faculty call 768.5343 ahead of time to verify that the necessary ID number has been generated.
Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.,
Friday 9 a.m.- 3 p.m.
Future validation stickers will be available through the department in which part-time faculty teach.
The self-service center is part of the University of Hartford website where you need access in order to get a parking permit, enter grades, and perform other functions. It also has a lot of valuable information.
To access the University of Hartford self-service center, you must enter a valid University ID and PIN (Personal Identification Number).
Your 8-digit assigned University ID number is found on your University of Hartford ID card.
Your temporary PIN is initially set to your date of birth and must be entered in MMDDYY format.
You will then be required to create a security challenge question and answer to be used in the event that you cannot remember your PIN.
Your security challenge question should be created carefully and be a question only you can answer. Your answer must be at least five characters long.
Your PIN must be a minimum of six and a maximum of fifteen alpha/numeric characters.
Your PIN will expire every ninety days. When prompted, you will be required to create a completely different PIN. A PIN may not be reused for a period of 180 days.