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Welcome to Faculty Affairs

Welcome to the Office of Faculty Affairs an Development at California State University, Dominguez Hills. Located within the Division of Academic Affairs, Faculty Affairs is responsible for professional, personnel, and labor relation services for faculty, librarians, counselors, as well as Teaching Associates, Graduate Assistants, and Instructional Student Assistants.

Faculty Affairs and Development serves as a central clearinghouse for faculty-related procedures, policies, and programs. It is responsible for assisting faculty as they move through the University from appointment to retirement.

The Associate Vice President for Faculty Affairs and Development works closely with Deans, Associate Deans, and Department Chairs in matters related to faculty tenure and promotion, recruitment and retention, as well as the interpretation of provisions of the CSU-CFA collective bargaining agreement.

Given the broad scope of policies, procedures, collective bargaining agreement provisions, personnel forms, and documents applicable to Faculty Affairs, you are invited to use the links provided on the Website to browse these documents and services. We encourage you to contact us at any time with your questions or concerns.

Mission Statement

With an emphasis on quality and responsive service, the Office of Faculty Affairs and Development provides many of the human resources needs of the University’s academic personnel within the Division of Academic Affairs.  For faculty personnel of the University, Faculty Affairs and Development is responsible for a number of broad, academic-related programs and activities, which include full-time academic recruitment, all faculty evaluation processes, and various kinds of leaves of absence. With the faculty Collective Bargaining Agreement and various campus policies as governing authorities, Faculty Affairs and Development  strives to meet the needs of the University’s  faculty concerns while addressing the complex and sensitive matters that can directly and indirectly impact them.