Progress Toward Tenure Review (PTTR) Guidelines

PTTR Submission Deadline

Completed dossiers are due to the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Dean’s Office no later than 12:00 noon on Friday, February 3, 2017All forms should be emailed to claspt@ku.edu. Supplemental Materials:  although submission of Supplemental Materials is required at the initial review level for PTTR applications, they do not need to accompany the application when it is submitted to the CLAS Dean's Office.

Guidelines, Forms, and Documents

College applicants must follow the guidelines set forth on the Provost Office website.  Please read all of the guidelines carefully BEFORE working on the application.  Guidelines, application forms, and instructions about completing and naming the documents can be found on the Provost Office website.

      The unit must submit the following documentation:

      Candidate CV

      Candidate PTTR Statements

      Candidate PTTR Verification and List of Supplemental Materials.

      Initial Level Review Evaluation Document - (includes candidate's position description and the initial review unit's recommendation on PTTR)

These materials shall be forwarded electronically to the College Dean’s Office no later than the first Friday in FebruaryExternal evaluator reviews are not required for the progress toward tenure review.  Additionally, supporting documentation that accompanies the Progress Toward Tenure Review form at the department level is not required to accompany it at the College level. 

2016-2017  College Committee on Appointments, Promotion & Tenure (CCAPT)

TBD (Faculty voting is currently underway)


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