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Compensation, Payment & Personnel Action Forms. PAF Detail for Development When to submit PAF Detail for Per Student Stipend Audit Report, Timing, etc. The Online Compensation Summary. Compensation, Payment & Personnel Action Forms.

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compensation payment personnel action forms
Compensation, Payment & Personnel Action Forms
  • PAF Detail for Development
    • When to submit
  • PAF Detail for Per Student Stipend
    • Audit Report, Timing, etc.
  • The Online Compensation Summary
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Compensation, Payment & Personnel Action Forms
  • Departments are responsible for writing PAFs for Development and Per Student Stipends (and Course Instruction).
    • DEVELOPMENT: Submit PAF following notification from MS Online that course development is completed and gained final approval.
  • PER STUDENT STIPENDS (Online Courses Only) are paid as follows:
  • 1st Block and full semester courses
    • After audit (approx. 4 weeks for full semester and 2 weeks for summer sessions), based on the audit enrollment numbers.
  • 2nd block
    • First business day after 50% refund.
  • Courses must be coded properly as INET, INT1, INT2 Instructional Method to ensure per student stipend is not forfeited.
example paf for development
Example PAF for Development
  • A separate PAF should be created for Development for easier payment tracking and to match the variable timing of development completion.
    • II Classification: Effective date for development is the date of notification by MS Online to submit your PAFs.
    • VII Salary Information: One payment
  • Instruction and Per Student Stipends may be combined if clearly stated and if your department prefers to wait to pay instruction after the census/audit.

*see Online Compensation Summary on slide 4 for stipend breakout for classes with over 3 CR and other payment information.

Example 1: Development

COMMENT DETAIL: Faculty name, Online developmentfor: course code, number, section, credit hours, INCLUDE the semester developed. 3 CR x 800 = $2400 (2 CR x 800 = $1600 and so on)

Example 2: Per Student Stipend only

Course code, number, section, title and credit hours, INCLUDE semester taught and enrollment #. TEXT EXAMPLE: SUMMER 2012 BIO 101 899, Course Title, 3 CR, 22 students x $55 = $1,210.00 Min. enroll of 8 met.

Example 3: Combined Instruction and Per Student Stipend

Course code, number, section, title and credit hours, INCLUDE semester taught

TEXT EXAMPLE: SUMMER 2012 BIO 101 899, Course Title, 3 CR, Base Salary of $11,111 x 2.5% = $277.78. $277.78 x 3CR = $833.34 +$1,210.00 (22 students x $55) = $2043.34 Min. enroll of 8 met.

audit report for per student stipend
Audit Report for Per Student Stipend

Find audit (enrollment) data by course in Argos

  • Export to Excel
  • Sort by your department Delete all but Online courses
  • Send the report list with PAFs for per student stipend
  • ONE report should be decided upon for use. PROD is best, but many use ODS. Provost pulls one report, departments another. Should use SAME agreed-upon report and communicate to ALL.
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The Online Compensation Summary

Below is the current summary for faculty payment for Online courses only:

Note: Slight deviations may occur by COLLEGE. Development Stipends are not extended to Deans and Department Heads although those funds may be transferrable as department funds.

  • MSU Regular Faculty for Summer or Overload
    • 2.5% of gross salary per credit hour (for Emeritus salary, check with your Budget Officer)
    • Per Student Stipend based on registrar’s audit (1st day of business after 50% refund for summer sessions 1, 2, 3 & 4)
  • Per Course
    • Master’s Level
      • $700/credit hour or $800/credit hour (for additional skills or experience)
      • Per Student Stipend based on registrar’s audit(1st day of business after 50% refund for summer sessions 1, 2, 3 & 4)
    • PhD Level
      • $800/credit hour or $900/credit hour (for additional skills or experience)
      • Per Student Stipend based on registrar’s audit (1st day of business after 50% refund for summer sessions 1, 2, 3 & 4)
  • New Course Development
    • $800 per credit hour
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The Online Compensation Summary (continued)

  • Per Student Stipend

PRORATE: For all faculty, $55 is based on a 3-credit hour course ($18.33 per CR for all classes 3-

CR and below, 4 CR see exception below)

  • For a 2-CR course, the per student amount is 33% less (55 ÷3 = 18.33; 18.33 x 2 = 36.66, rounded to $37)

For a 4-CR course, the per student amount is 25% more (55 ÷ 4 = 13.75; 55 + 13.75 = 68.75 rounded to $69)

Payment for courses and/or course load depends on if an instructor is tenured or not and

whether in-load or overload.

  • Tenured
    • In-load – based on 12 hours (e.g.: three to four 3-CR classes, three if they are also responsible for additional duties, such as committees, service, research, etc.)
    • Overload – is any course taught over the 12-hour in-load requirement. If the instructor is going to be teaching overload, but is teaching only three courses plus additional duties, it is at the discretion of the dean/college if they are paid for overload.
  • Instructors not tenured (varies by college)
    • In-load – based on 12-15 hours
    • Overload over 12-15 hours

PAFs: New PAFs are generated for all faculty, except tenure-track professors.

contact information
Contact Information

Jenni Vaughn

MS Online, 63718

vaughn816@missouristate.edu