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  • Benefits | Cal State Monterey Bay
    the first of the month following the employee s start date vision providers Participating Vision Care providers in your area www vsp com or call 800 877 7195 RETIREMENT PLANS The retirement plan offered by the University Corporation at CSU Monterey Bay is a defined contribution plan TIAA CREF The Corporation provides a 10 employer contribution with a six month waiting period and immediate vesting upon eligibility ELIGIBILITY Eligible employees Benefited regular full time and regular part time employees Eligibility date The first of the month after fulfilling six months of service PROVIDERS TIAA Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association CREF College Retirement Equities Fund For enrollment packet and additional information please contact CHR MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE Basic Term Life Insurance and Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance Each eligible employee is covered for 50 000 at no cost with an additional benefit for accidental death and dismemberment Optional Life Optional life is a voluntary program that allows you to purchase life insurance in addition to the basic life provided by the Corporation 50 000 for yourself spouse and or dependents Long Term Disability Insurance This plan provides partial income replacement benefits for disability resulting from injury or illness sustained on or off the job following 180 days of disability LTD benefits are coordinated with other benefits plan payments up to age 65 Coverage is automatic and provided at no cost to eligible employees Unemployment Insurance Unemployment insurance provides a weekly income to employees who are out of work through no fault of their own If you become unemployed contact the nearest Employment Development Department for eligibility and claim filing information Flexible Spending Accounts University Corporation offers a Section 125 flexible spending plan With this program you may pay for certain medical and dependent care expenses with pre tax dollars that have been set aside from your paycheck You may participate in either or both medical and dependent care expense programs but money cannot be transferred from one to the other Supplemental Insurance American Family Life Assurance Company of Columbus AFLAC is a voluntary supplemental insurance providing cash benefits paid directly to you for medical bills incurred as a result of illness or disability not covered by health insurance There are several plan options with pre tax and after tax premium deductions Employee is responsible for 100 of the premiums DISABILITY AND OTHER LEAVE WORKER S COMPENSATION DISABILITY LEAVE University Corporation employees are insured for work related illness or injury that occurs while you are on the job Employees must report a work related injury or illness to their immediate supervisor or University Corporation Human Resources within 24 hours of the injury The University Corporation will grant a workers compensation disability leave to employees with occupational illnesses or injuries in accordance with state law Family and Medical Leave The Federal Family and Medical Leave Act and the California Family Rights Act provide employees with specific leave benefits It is the intention of the Corporation that the policy described herein shall satisfy the provisions

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  • Open Corporation Positions | Cal State Monterey Bay
    you for your patience and cooperation as we complete this transition Positions posted after Nov 9 new system Positions posted prior to Nov 9 old system You must use Safari Mac or Internet Explorer Windows in order to see job openings or submit an application in the old system Important to know equal employment opportunity California State University Monterey Bay is committed to providing equal opportunity to all persons interacting with the University and to provide a welcoming and respectful environment for all Equal Opportunity Policy Statement Equal Employment Opportunity It s the Law notice Important Background Check Information Per the CSU Background Check Policy current employees who are under voluntary consideration for positions in which a background check is required by law or who are under voluntary consideration for positions that the CSU has designated as sensitive are required to undergo a background check including criminal records check This provision applies to current employees unless they have successfully completed a CSU background check within the past 12 months on the same campus The background check requirement also applies to current CSU employees in positions for which new laws require such background checks Positions in which background checks are currently required by law include but are not limited to the following Sworn CSU Police Personnel California Government Code 1029 and 1031 Police Officer Cadets California Government Code 1029 and 1031 Police Dispatchers Commission Regulation 1959 Positions with direct contact with minor children at a camp operated by the CSU Education Code 10911 5 Positions with access to stored criminal offender record information 11 CCR 703 and 11 CCR 707 Positions with access to patients drugs or medication California Labor Code 432 7 E Verify California State University Monterey Bay participates in E Verify a service of the Department of Homeland

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  • Private Training Providers | Cal State Monterey Bay
    make a payment Majors Programs Colleges Departments Faculty Classes Planning Academic Support Services Research Engage Catalog Search Main menu Log in Search Search University Corporation Corporation Menu Toggle navigation About What is the Corporation Reporting Transparency Governance Forms Payroll Policies Home Board of Directors Financial Standards Expenditures and Commercial Enterprises Gifts Grants and Contracts Personnel Administration Post Award Administration Our Services Document Workflow How to Run Corp Reports Post Award Manual Additional Information Human Resources Benefits New Employee Information Jobs Map Directions External Resources Contacts Auxiliaries Services Student Housing Residential Life Dining Services CSUMB Bookstore Employee Housing What is the Corporation Reporting Transparency Governance Board of Directors Financial Standards Expenditures and Commercial Enterprises Gifts Grants and Contracts Personnel Administration Our Services Document Workflow How to Run Corp Reports Post Award Manual Additional Information Benefits New Employee Information Jobs Map Directions External Resources Contacts Student Housing Residential Life Dining Services CSUMB Bookstore Employee Housing CSUMB Home Corporation Human Resources Private Training Providers Training provider links are provided for your convenience and are not sponsored by University Corporation Please obtain your supervisor s approval prior to registering for fee based work related seminars Study com Offers online courses for PowerPoint Excel Leadership

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  • University Writing Program | Cal State Monterey Bay
    menu Log in Search Search University Writing Program Writing Menu Toggle navigation About Mission Program Overview Policies WRT 95 Overview Resources for students Get writing assistance 10 Tips for Writing Assignments Being a good group member Advice to readers and listeners Online Resources for Students Resources for faculty Individual Consultation Shared Criteria Online Resources Stretch Pilot Program Mission Program Overview Policies Get writing assistance 10 Tips for Writing Assignments Being a good group member Advice to readers and listeners Online Resources for Students Individual Consultation Shared Criteria Online Resources Stretch Pilot Program CSUMB Home The University Writing Program serves as a resource for faculty and students who are engaged in writing across the curriculum Writing skills must be developed not just in writing courses but across all classes and majors and in many different contexts The University Writing Program provides resources and best practices for faculty to help students develop as writers We also offer WRT 95 Integrated Reading Writing for students who have received a score of less than 147 on the English Placement Test Nelson Graff University Writing Program Director University Writing Program ngraff csumb edu 831 582 4626 Hedy Wainscoat Administrative Support Coordinator University Writing Program hwainscoat

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  • Academic Planning | Cal State Monterey Bay
    menu Log in Search Search Academic Affairs Academic Affairs Menu Toggle navigation Academic Planning Accreditation Policies Program Review Contact CSUMB Home Academic Affairs Academic Planning In support of CSUMB s commitment to high quality academic programs the role of Academic Planning is to coordinate and facilitate the review and approval of new academic degree programs assist in the development and implementation of policy on general education and other curricular matters participate in addressing educational effectiveness issues and ensure that facilities planning is linked to academic program planning CSUMB currently offers 24 Undergraduate Degrees a variety of Teaching Credential Programs several Single Subject Waiver Programs and seven Masters Degrees The University delivers an outcomes based educational OBE program infused with its core academic values derived from the Vision Statement which uses the idea of what students should learn as opposed to what students should study as the framework for conceptualizing defining and organizing the academic programs As part of the OBE model at CSUMB all academic programs including both the general education program and each of the majors and non degree programs have identified and described what the learning outcomes are for that program and how assessment of student learning against

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  • Accreditation | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Colleges Departments Faculty Classes Planning Academic Support Services Research Engage Catalog Search Main menu Log in Search Search Academic Affairs Academic Affairs Menu Toggle navigation Academic Planning Accreditation Policies Program Review Contact CSUMB Home Academic Affairs Accreditation INSTITUtional Accreditation CSU Monterey Bay as an institution of higher learning is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges WASC Reports commendations recommendations and more information related to institutional accreditation activities past and present can be found in the navigation menu professional accreditation Certain academic programs and or their offering departments may also be accredited by professional organizations as a means of assurance to our students and the public of the high quality standards to which CSUMB adheres These include The Department of Teacher Education is fully accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education NCATE The Teaching Credential Programs Single Subject Multiple Subject and Special Education are fully accredited by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing CCTC The Master of Social Work program is fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education Both the Nursing program and the College of Business are currently exploring options and engaging in work that will result in securing accreditation from their

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  • Program Review | Cal State Monterey Bay
    that CSU Monterey Bay provides high quality academic programs and outstanding service Academic Program Review Successful Academic Program Review answers the following questions How effective is student learning in this program How well does the program meet the institution s goals How well does the program prepare graduates for the profession How do academic and or non academic experts in the field assess the program Academic Program Review Manual Academic Program Review Schedule The Program Review PRocess Program Review is a cyclical process divided into four main parts Detailed program review planning The assembly and submission of a Program Review Portfolio includes both the self study and external review into TaskStream A committee report that provides feedback and informs the development of a Program Improvement Plan A Program Improvement Plan The bulk of the work occurs during the first three semesters of the 7 year review cycle At the end of the first three semesters the Program Improvement Plan and the feedback report from the Review Committee are attached to the front of the Program Review Portfolio The complete set of documents are then stored in both the divisional office and within the department unit following its review Biannual update reports on the progress of the implementation of the Program Improvement Plan are submitted to the AVP in Academic Affairs and included in TaskStream The flow of Program Review work is as follows Semester 1 Program plans portfolio and conducts self study the self study is entered into TaskStream Semester 2 External Review is completed and uploaded into TaskStream then Program Portfolio is compiled and submitted to the College Dean and the Provost s Office Semester 3 The Assessment Committee of the Academic Senate reviews the Portfolio and gives feedback then Program Unit develops and submits the Program Improvement Plan

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  • Contact | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Financial aid Housing Rates Meal Plans How to make a payment Majors Programs Colleges Departments Faculty Classes Planning Academic Support Services Research Engage Catalog Search Main menu Log in Search Search Academic Affairs Academic Affairs Menu Toggle navigation Academic Planning Accreditation Policies Program Review Contact CSUMB Home Academic Affairs Contact Office of the Provost 100 Campus Center Administration Building Bldg 1 Seaside CA 93955 Telephone 831 582 3680 Fax 831 582 3558 Email provost csumb edu Bonnie D Irwin Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs provost csumb edu 831 582 4401 Fran Horvath Associate Vice President for Academic Planning Institutional Effectiveness fhorvath csumb edu 831 582 3952 Kris Roney Associate Vice President for Academic Programs and Dean of Graduate Undergraduate Studies kroney csumb edu 831 582 4494 Cheri Wang Academic Affairs Budget Officer cwang csumb edu 831 582 4615 Christina Rocchi Academic Affairs Analyst crocchi csumb edu 831 582 5254 Stacy Skibinski Academic Affairs Analyst sskibinksi csumb edu 831 582 3756 Hayley Rickard Confidential Administrative Assistant to the Provost hazevedo csumb edu 831 582 4401 Myrsha Garcia Administrative Support Coordinator mmora csumb edu 831 582 3680 Amy McClintock Administrative Support Assistant amclintock csumb edu 831 582 3878 Is there

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