Information for Faculty

M Sharon Stack, the Ann F Dunne and Elizabeth M Riley Director of the Harper Cancer Research Institute, speaks with colleagues in one of the institute's labs

By design, the Office of the Provost serves as something of a clearinghouse for University information pertinent to faculty, ranging from those who have just arrived on campus to longtime members of the Notre Dame community.

If you are looking for general reference tools such as resources available to new faculty or the Faculty Handbook, there is a good chance this section will have what you need.

If, on the other hand, you are in search of specific forms, guidelines, or reports, you should visit either Administrative Resources or, in the case of committee findings, Committees. (Note that accessing Administrative Resources will require you first enter your NetID and password.)

Please also feel free to consult the Office of the Provost contact list, which offers guidance on where to direct more detailed inquiries, and the list of frequently requested resources below.

Leaves, RPT Process, and Additional Links of Interest

Academic Council

In addition to publishing council rosters and a schedule of upcoming meetings, the Office of the Provost maintains an online archive of minutes dating back to 2000–01. Access Academic Council Resources

Provost’s Fellows

The Provost’s Fellows program is a way of inviting faculty members to participate on a part-time basis in the activities of the Provost’s Office. See a List of Current Fellows

Faculty Retirement Transition Program (FRTP)

The “Administrative Resources” section of this website houses detailed information about the Faculty Retirement Transition Program. Go to the FRTP Page