School navigation

Faculty Resources

Personnel

Contact Human Resources for information about benefits or for personnel questions. 

Resume

You are required to submit an updated one- to two-page resume along with your signed contract every year that you are employed at the graduate school. In your resume it is important to include and highlight your expertise, experience, and knowledge related to the courses you teach at Lewis & Clark. The letter accompanying your contract will provide instructions on how to submit your resume electronically.

Identification Cards & Privilege

A Lewis & Clark ID card is available from Campus Safety from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day. The Lewis & Clark identification card enables you to gain access to:

  • South Campus Computer Classroom
  • Watzek Library
  • Pamplin Sports Center (includes indoor and outdoor pools, weight room, and tennis courts)
  • Campus Bookstore (receive a 10% discount on all merchandise, except food and textbooks)

Email

Email is the official method of communication at Lewis & Clark. All adjuncts are required to have a Lewis & Clark email address for communications and grading through WebAdvisor. It also allows you to search the library catalog, take advantage of inter-library loan service, and opens up the possibility of using Moodle with your class. To set up your email account please go to http://www.lclark.edu/information_technology/information_systems/accounts/create

FERPA

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) training is required and must be completed prior to online roster access.
It is now possible to complete FERPA training online. Simply visit http://legacy.lclark.edu/dept/ferpa and complete the steps. Once you have taken the tutorial, the Graduate Registrar will send you an email confirmation with an electronic brochure regarding FERPA compliance. If you have difficulty accessing the training module, contact the registrar at 503-768-6036 for assistance.

Reasonable Accommodation

The Employers’ Practical Guide to Reasonable Accommodation is a summary of some of the most frequent issues that employers have regarding accommodations and compliance under the Americans with Disabilities Act. The document contains information about accommodations for job interviewees, active employees, and employees on leave / former employees.

 

Faculty Resources

Contact Us