CSU Employee Profiles

Separations

The tables below present information on tenured/tenure track and full-time temporary faculty who separated from CSU employment in 2011-2012 and in the prior year. In 2011-12, 58 percent of the separations were retirements.

Separations Among Full-Time Faculty by Cause and Appointment Status (Headcount), 2011-12 and 2010-11

Fall 2011-12

Tenure Status
Full-Time
Headcount
Retirement
Death
Resignation
Not Rehired
Total Separations
(2010-11)
#
%*
#
%*
#
%*
#
%*
#
%*
Tenured 7,114 327 4.6 13 0.2 71 1.0 0 0.0 411 5.8
Probationary 2,348 16 0.7 0 0.0 105 4.5 11 0.5 132 5.6
Temporary 1,867 30 1.6 2 0.1 18 1.0 49 2.6 99 5.3
TOTAL 11,329 373 3.3 15 0.1 194 1.7 60 0.5 642 5.7

Fall 2010-11

Tenure Status
Full-Time
Headcount
Retirement
Death
Resignation
Not Rehired
Total Separations
(2009-10)
#
%*
#
%*
#
%*
#
%*
#
%*
Tenured 6,992 298 4.3 22 0.3 58 0.8 2 0.0 380 5.4
Probationary 2,526 11 0.4 3 0.1 104 4.1 11 0.4 129 5.1
Temporary 1,709 48 2.8 1 0.1 17 1.0 47 2.8 113 6.6
TOTAL 11,227 357 3.2 26 0.2 179 1.6 50 0.5 622 5.5

*Separations as percent of full-time employees within each tenure status (tenured, probationary, temporary, or total faculty).

Notes: Tables on faculty separations exclude all temporary faculty with part-time appointments. Retiring faculty who enter FERP are included, but FERP faculty who exited the program during the years reported are excluded. Reappointed lecturers are also excluded.

Source: CIRS Compendium Report K19