2009-2011 Master Agreement

A Master Agreement between the Board of Regents, State of Iowa and the UNI-United Faculty



Master Agreement
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*Appeal of Denial of Tenure, Failure to Promote, Non-Renewal of Probationary appointments, Termination of Term Appointments before the end of the appointment, and Recommendations to Terminate a Tenured Faculty Member





Section 2.0  University Facilities

United Faculty may use University facilities for meetings in accordance with procedures approved and administered by the Office or designee of the Vice President for Administration and Finance and contingent upon payment of direct costs.


Section 2.1  Report Materials

Subdivision 2.11

The Board shall furnish to United Faculty as soon as available the annual financial statement and adopted budget.


Subdivision 2.12

The United Faculty shall have access to the IPEDS Analysis System at the institutional level with User Password.


Subdivision 2.13

By August 15, the Board shall furnish to the United Faculty in an electronic format a list of the Salary Distribution of Bargaining Unit Members by department and by college the names, rank, and amounts of percentage increase, incremental increase, and individual adjustment increase of each faculty member, plus adjustments for market conditions and promotions where applicable.


Subdivision 2.14

By October 1, the Board shall furnish to the United Faculty an itemization of “Travel and Related Expenses” for each faculty member.


Subdivision 2.15

By October 15, the Board shall furnish to the United Faculty a list of the bargaining unit members as of September 30 by department and by college the names, rank, status, years in rank, years of hire, current salary, and FTE.


Subdivision 2.16

On or before March 5 of each year, the University shall send to United Faculty, the following information for each Faculty Member assessed and/or evaluated. 

  • Name of the Faculty Member, department, college, years at UNI, years in rank, years in status (tenured, probationary, term) at UNI, status (tenured, probationary, term).

  • Results of the evaluation: for term faculty, continued term, continued term with difficulties, or termination of term appointment before the end of the term; for probationary faculty, continued probation, continued probation with difficulties, tenure, tenure denied, or termination of probationary appointment; for candidates for promotion, promotion, or promotion denied.

  • Recommendations of the departmental Professional Assessment Committee, Department Head, College Dean, and Provost.

Section 2.2  Board Meeting Minutes

The Board shall provide to United Faculty access to the Board’s web site for the official minutes of each Board meeting.

Section 2.3  Board Meeting Agenda

The Board shall provide access to the board’s web site to the United Faculty for the agenda, with University of Northern Iowa institutional docket exhibits, as available to the University, for Board meetings and an opportunity to copy other docket exhibits as soon as available on the campus.


Section 2.4  United Faculty Facilities

The Board shall provide for United Faculty office space and a telephone and computer connection.  United Faculty shall be responsible for furnishing the office and for paying telephone and computer related charges.


Section 2.5  Other Services

United Faculty shall have access to use of printing, duplicating, data processing, addressing, and other services approved by the Office of the President for usual and customary charges. 


Section 2.6  Meet and Confer – Parking

Prior to implementation of any changes in rules and regulations affecting faculty parking, the University will afford opportunity to the United Faculty to meet and confer on such changes.  The Employer shall make a good faith effort to resolve faculty concerns pertaining to faculty parking.  The Employer shall report to the United Faculty, on or before April 15th of each year, the efforts that the Employer has undertaken during the past year to improve faculty parking.  Failure to ameliorate concerns will not be grieveable under the grievance procedure.



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