The Office of the Chancellor, Systemwide Human Resources, is the official distributor of the CSU salary schedule.
The following table shows Faculty Title and the corresponding Class Code for that title. The class code is helpful for looking up information in the CSU Salary Schedule.
|Lecturer – Academic Year (AY)||2358|
|Lecturer – 12-month||2359|
|Instructional FacultyAY Use this for tenured and tenure-track faculty holding AY positions.||2360|
|Instructional Faculty 12-Month Tenured and tenure-track faculty holding 12-mo positions.||2361|
|Librarian – AY||2919|
|Librarian – 12-mo||2920|
The following table shows Lecturer Ranges by Letter in Column 1, and by Number in Column 2.
|Lecturer L||Range 1|
|Lecturer A||Range 2|
|Lecturer B||Range 3|
|Lecturer C||Range 4|
|Lecturer D||Range 5|
What is the difference between an Academic Year (AY or 10-month) and a 12-month (12-mo) position? How do I know which one I am?
If you are asking the question, then you are probably Academic Year! Most CSUF faculty are in an Academic Year position, which means they work during the school year, and they are off during the summer. However, both Academic Year and 12-mo faculty are paid in 12 monthly paychecks. That way Academic Year faculty can continue to receive salary and benefits during the summer.
An example of a 12-mo faculty position would be a librarian faculty that works throughout the year and does not get a summer break. Or a faculty member who directs a center on campus which is open year round.
If you only teach one semester per year, you will normally receive your pay in 6 monthly paychecks.
How do I use the CSU Salary Schedule?
Example: If you are an Academic Year lecturer, Range 2, then enter “2358” for the classification code. This will bring up a table showing the minimum and maximum for the different lecturer ranges. Then click on Range 2 for more information. Doing that will also reveal the Service Maximum for that particular range.