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School of Continuing Education
Harkins Hall, Room 109
Phone: 401-865-2487
Fax: 401-865-1723
Email: sce@providence.edu

Classroom Resources

Academic Calendar
Academic Policies
Cyberfriar
Online Grading Procedures
Sakai
SCE Catalog
SCE Syllabus Template

Faculty Welcome

Welcome to Providence College, School of Continuing Education. If you are interested in teaching for SCE, please contact Associate Dean- Madeleine Metzler at mmetzler@providence.edu 
Once you have been hired as an adjunct, review the below getting started checklist and you should contact Pat Beland (pbeland@providence.edu) to complete New Hire Paperwork.
 

Getting Started- Complete new hire paperwork with Human Resources

Complete your new hire paperwork.

All of the forms except for the I-9 can be completed before you come into PC. In order to complete the I-9 you will need to set up a time to meet in person with Pat Beland or a representative from Human Resources. For this meeting, you will need an official ID. Most people bring either a US passport or a driver’s license together with a social security card. (A complete list of acceptable identification is included with the I-9.) In addition, our direct deposit authorization requires either a void check (for a deposit to a checking account) or a direct deposit for savings form (available on the Providence College HR website.

Cyberfriar         


Payroll Services- Checks are issued monthly, beginning in September for the Fall, and February for the Spring semester. Summer payment is on a shorter schedule, depending on when you teach.


Parking Permit

Photo ID

 

Support for TeachingCenter for Teaching Excellence- CTE


If you need copies made for your classes, contact the Copy Center at 401.865.2436 or copycenter@providence.edu, or ask your department’s support staff for help Copy Center


Library

Media/Web


Emergency Notification


 
 
 

Complete your new hire paperwork.
All of the forms except for the I-9 can be completed before you come into PC. In order to complete the I-9 you will need to set up a time to meet in person with Pat Beland or a representative from Human Resources. For this meeting, you will need an official ID. Most people bring either a US passport or a driver’s license together with a social security card. (A complete list of acceptable identification is included with the I-9.) In addition, our direct deposit authorization requires either a void check (for a deposit to a checking account) or a direct deposit for savings form (available on the Providence College HR website.
You must complete these forms before you receive a PC username and ID, both of which are necessary for you to get onto the PC system, borrow books and secure articles from the library, and obtain a Sakai site. Once you have been officially hired, you can log into Cyberfriar (see below) to set up your password, and preferred settings.
Payroll Services
Checks are issued monthly, beginning in September for the fall semester
and February for the spring semester. Summer payment is on a shorter schedule, depending on when you teach. You will be asked to complete forms for direct deposit into your checking account.
Photo Id
Once your new hire paperwork has been processed with Human Resources, visit the PC Card Office (Harkins Hall 401)
Look for an e-mail and letter from Information Technology regarding your Providence College
username and password, email, and CyberFriar pin.
Look for your teaching assignment contract with Course Dates & Times, and the conditions of employment with SCE. Feel free to contact the SCE Office administrative coordinator mlennon@providence.edu with any questions.
Parking Permit
All faculty and staff members are eligible to park on campus at no cost but only after applying for and receiving a parking sticker. These stickers will be valid for the entire academic school year. A parking permit allows a faculty and staff member to park on campus but does not guarantee a parking space. The application can be done from any computer and no longer requires the use of an on-campus computer.
iHelp Web site.
Get acquainted with the classroom technology and Sakai, our learning management system, by using iHelp.
If you need copies made for your classes, contact the Copy Center at 401.865.2436 or copycenter@providence.edu, or ask your department’s support staff for help
? Academic Policies
? Cyberfriar
? Online Grading Procedures
? Sakai
? Enrollment Services Faculty Resources
Classroom Resources
? Media/Web
? Class Cancellation Policy- A faculty member who by reason of illness or because of an emergency cannot meet his/her class should contact the Associate Dean and/or Dean of the School of Continuing Education. If for any reason both the Associate and Dean are unavailable, please contact an Administrative Assistant in SCE.
? Library
? Syllabus Template
Faculty Support and Resources The following resources will assist faculty members. ¦Faculty Handbook
¦Faculty Research
¦Faculty Travel
¦Faculty Senate
¦Faculty Orientation
¦Discretionary Development Fund
¦Davis Foundation Grants
Campus Services available to faculty and staff.
¦Bookstore
¦Campus Ministry
¦College Events
¦Copy Center
¦Food Services
¦ID cards
¦Information Technology
¦Mail Services
¦PC Internal Website
¦Purchasing
 
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