Summer Fee & Salary
A fixed rate of $169.68 per credit hour (less waivers, refunds, etc.) of on campus student fee revenue will flow back to colleges who participate in Summer Session. 100% of summer graduate fees will continue to be returned to the colleges and is above and beyond $169.68. However, this amount is also impacted by waivers, refunds, etc. and colleges may not see the full per credit allocation.
Colleges should use these amounts when developing revenue estimates as part of future summer plans. Until such time as there is an institutional budget decision to increase this distribution rate, any increased summer revenue for colleges will come from increases in enrollment /credit hours.
Please contact the Budget Office with any questions regarding the summer on campus revenue distribution process.
To estimate revenues available for salaries and fringe benefits, use the following formula:
# of students enrolled x # of credit hours x $169.68 (or $217.68 for graduate courses)
= estimated available revenue
The maximum summer pay is calculated as follows:
- academic year salary divided by 1,560 hours = maximum hourly rate
- maximum hourly rate is multiplied by the number of hours worked during the summer
This is the maximum value of any EPAF that can be processed. Anything over this amount requires approval through the Provost Office on an additional compensation form.
Please Note: The dollars outlined above accrue to the respective colleges. Amounts paid to faculty and instructors are determined by departments in consultation with the colleges.
In-Service Fees for Summer 2013 are $96 for undergraduates and $115 for graduates. Please complete a Request for In-Service Fees form for all summer courses to be offered at the in-service rate, and submit it to Student Accounts/Cashiers, Mail Stop 4250.
Distribution of Residuals for Summer 2012
Summer money is allocated directly to colleges, and any residual revenues will be distributed in the fall. Contact your college dean regarding questions or concerns about the the distribution of summer residuals.