Are you a high school teacher (or district employee) interested in teaching a dual-credit course at your high school? The School-Based Scholars program is accepting applications!
In order to be credentialed to teach at the collegiate level, instructors must demonstrate that they meet SACCS and departmental credentialing requirements. At a minimum, this includes a masters degree (in any area) and at least 18 graduate hours in the subject area. Some departments may have additional requirments.
Please read below to learn more about the process.
Gather unofficial copies of all graduate transcripts and an up-to-date CV/resume.
(Note: Official copies of transcripts will be requested if you are approved to teach.)
Send the application and supporting documentation to email@example.com prior to the deadline. All application materials are due by February 15 (for fall start) or September 15 (for spring start).
All application materials will be reviewed by the School-Based Scholars office and the academic department. Once a determination has been made, applicants will be notified. Some departments may require applicants to complete an interview or training prior to receiving final approval.
If you are approved, the following items will need to be completed to complete the "hiring" process.
The semester before your first course is to be offered, you will receive an email from NKU's HR office with instructions on completing and submitting the required employee data sheet and background check.
Once the background check clears, both HR and you will be notified.
Once all paperwork has been processed and you've been added into our system, you will receive an email from HR titled "Welcome to Norse Nation." This email will provide your NKU username, presonnel number, and email address. With this information, you can set-up your NKU account password, and more. Details are availabe on the HR website.
As a new instructor, you will be partenered with a faculty liaison from your academic department. This liaison will provide a sample syllabus and relevant course details and resources so that you can prepare for the semester. This person will be your contact for any academic/course questions during your first year.
All SBS instructors must attend SBS Faculty Orientation and Faculty Development Training at the end of each summer. Additionally, academic departments may require new instructors to go through new hire training or professional development with the department. Details of the SBS orientation and training will be emailed at the end of the spring semester.