PROSPECTIVE ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS
Thank you for your interest in adjunct faculty in North Central! The number of adjunct faculty at North Central is quite extensive (over 200), and they make up about 60% of the available course instructors. Our adjunct faculty is extremely diverse and each one brings helpful experience to the classrooms, and is resonates with our students. The amount of openings varies from semester to semester, but North Central is always searching for well-qualified adjunct faculty members.
"North Central's part-time adjunct instructors have both the college degrees and real-world experience our students are looking for."
As we identify the need for new adjunct faculty, the positions are published on our website and in the local newspapers. We will then review resumes and applications from each of these sources. North Central Michigan College hires adjuncy faculties as they are needed, for specific courses at the college.
Adjunct faculty instructors, teaching general education courses or other non-occupational courses, are required to hold, at minimum, a master’s degree in the discipline or subfield in order to qualify to teach at North Central. If a faculty member has earned a master’s degree or higher in a discipline or subfield other than that in which they are teaching, that faculty member should have completed a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the discipline or subfield in which they are teaching.
Adjunct faculty teaching in career and technical education, college-level certificate and associate’s degree programs should hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in the field, and/or a combination of education, training, and tested experience.
North Central Michigan College works with Edustaff, a third party administer, when hiring any and all adjunct faculty positions.
Please refer to the links below for contact information and additional requirements:
Thank you again for your interest in teaching at North Central Michigan College.