Friday, July 31, 2015

Bergen Community College Cuts 64 Lecturer Positions to Save Money

The Chronicle of Higher Education
July 31st, 2015



Bergen Community College has cut 64 full-time lecturer positions in an effort to save money, The Record, a New Jersey newspaper, reports. The college says the move will save $934,000.
The college is asking the 64 lecturers to reapply for their jobs as adjuncts, who are paid $2,100 per course and don’t get benefits. Lecturers at the college, who teach roughly five courses per semester, are each paid a salary of $38,600 plus benefits.


ergen Community College has cut 64 full-time lecturer positions in an effort to save money, The Record, a New Jersey newspaper, reports. The college says the move will save $934,000.
The college is asking the 64 lecturers to reapply for their jobs as adjuncts, who are paid $2,100 per course and don’t get benefits. Lecturers at the college, who teach roughly five courses per semester, are each paid a salary of $38,600 plus benefits.
- See more at: http://chronicle.com/blogs/ticker/bergen-community-college-cuts-64-lecturer-positions-to-save-money/102635#sthash.nXsr24Bq.dpuf

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