Adjunct Faculty Support
LR 114 Adjunct office will be closed Monday 12/15 through Friday 12/19 for new carpet installation. Other adjunct offices are located in LC 312 and LS 155. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
|Adjunct Faculty Suite and Division Information: access to workstations, information about division procedures and payrolls||Classroom and Office Equipment: information on classroom equipment, including computer, audio-visual, and multimedia set ups and on photocopiers and off-campus use of equipment|
|Classroom Issues accommodations, attendance, grades, tutoring||Computer Workstation information on available software, log on procedures, virus protection protocols.|
|Directories and Newsletters: links to college and campus directories and newsletters||Handbooks: policy manuals for faculty, staff, and adjunct faculty|
|Professional Development Opportunities: links to Campus, College, and VCCS workshops, conferences and grants||Schedules: current schedules for credit courses, NovaOnline, and workforce development course offerings|
|Technology: Student email, open computer lab, computer competency testing||Telephones and Voice Mail: operation of desk top phone, long distance calling, voice mail, TTY/TDD phones, emergency call boxes|
|Testing: requests for proctored testing|
Adjunct Faculty Suite
Room LR 114 is designated as office space for adjunct faculty. Several desks, computers, printers, and filing drawers are available for faculty use. Access code is available from your division office.
Communications and Human Studies Division
Dean: Julia Turner
Division Office: Room LR 304
Natural and Applied Science Division
Dean: Joyce Samuels
Division Office: Room LR 303
Contact the Audio-Visual Department for information on the nature and use of multimedia and computer equipment in the classrooms: LR208, ext. 37748
Use of Equipment
Individuals in every department or division are directly responsible for proper control of equipment assigned to them and must be able to account for that equipment throughout the year and during annual inventories.
If an employee wants to take any item off campus they must have the approval of their immediate supervisor and department head, as well as that of the Business Manager. All equipment must be checked out, using a 105-5 (Authorization and Custodial Record of Equipment Temporarily Removed from Campus), which is given to the Property & Distribution Manager in the Business Office after the approvals are obtained. The equipment must be signed back in through the Property & Distribution Manager when the item is returned. Completion of this form is necessary to maintain accurate records of the whereabouts of assigned equipment.
Physical Inventories are conducted April 1, through June 1 each calendar year. The results of these inventories are compiled for the College and for the Virginia Community College System (VCCS) in Richmond. Failure to properly account for equipment assigned to the campuses can result in severe financial penalty to the College and to the VCCS.
Any questions on Business Office web page, email Sharon Shue
There are three copying machines for the campus. One is located in each Division and one is in the duplicating room, 2nd floor. You may use any of these copiers. See your division office or the Business Office (ext. 562) for your department code. You will need to enter this code in the copy machine each time. In addition to these copiers, many offices have fax machines that will also copy one or two sheets quickly.Faculty HandbookNOVA Copyright
Math Lab: help and testing for self paced developmental math courses and for students enrolled in other math courses
Tutorial Services: information for students who need tutors and for students interesting in becoming tutors
Writing Center: Loudoun Campus Interdisciplinary Writing Center Home Page
IT Help Desk: College Level support for network and desktop applications.
College Telephone Directory: . Includes a general user instructions: State, College/Campus Staff, and Department/Office Listing; and listings for individual personnel.
Intercom: the internal newsletter of the College; published weekly during Fall and Spring Semesters and biweekly at other times.
Loudoun Lowdown: monthly newsletter published in the Office of the Provost, Loudoun Campus
Adjunct Faculty Handbook: Policies and procedures related specifically to adjunct faculty rights, responsibilities, and duties. The handbook is a pdf file.
Classified Staff Handbook: basic information concerning benefits, policies, and procedures for new employees as well as update information for current employees.
Faculty Handbook: Policies and procedures related to faculty rights, responsibilities, and duties. Full version available on the college web site Limited print copies available in each unit.
Office of Grants Development: links to information about college, state and federal grant opportunities
Faculty Professional Development: information about the Faculty Professional Development Subcommittee
Technology Training Schedules: lists of professional development opportunities and training workshops available college wide.
Credit Classes: complete schedule of current course offerings by campus. Published Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Print copies available at Admissions and Records
Loudoun Campus Continuing Education and Workforce Development Classes: Registration information and complete schedule of courses offered by the Loudoun Campus Office of Continuing Education. Published every quarter. Print copies available at Continuing Education.
Student email and User ID: Information on accessing student email.
Student User ID: Information on accessing student user IDs, logons, passwords, and web pages.
PC Computer Lab: information about the Loudoun Campus open computer lab
Desk Top Phones: all you ever wanted to know about Voice Over IP and your voice mail.