- Faculty are appointed as either full-time or part-time.
- Faculty have the primary responsibility of teaching and advising
students in the CYS CJS, as assigned by the Rosh Yeshiva.
Faculty will provide each student with formal evaluations
of the work in the course or independent study project.
- Faculty must hold an appropriate professional or academic
credential. This credential might be rabbinic ordination or
a terminal academic degree, such as the Ph.D. in appropriate
discipline or D.H.L. degree from an accredited institution.
- Faculty must place on file syllabi for all courses taught
with the Academic Consultant no later than the first meeting
of the class. Syllabi will be made available to students via
the College’s web site no later than the first class
meeting. The syllabus must list competencies required for
the successful completion of the course.
- Faculty members, in collaboration with the Rosh Yeshiva and
the Academic Dean, will bear the responsibility for developing,
assessing and reassessing, all courses.
- Faculty must administer student evaluations during the final
week of the semester. (The forms will be provided by the Academic
Dean.) At the conclusion of each semester, each faculty will
meet with the Academic Consultant for the purpose of evaluation
of teaching and improvement of institutional effectiveness.
The Academic Consultant will send a notation of this meeting
to the faculty member and a copy will be placed in his personnel
- It is the responsibility of faculty members to file with the
Academic Dean copies of all appropriate and verified credentials,
diplomas, transcripts, etc., which will be maintained on file
in CYS CJS’s office.
- All faculty, whether full- or part-time, including administrators,
must submit to the Academic Dean documentation of completion
of eight hours of continuing education each year.