Athens Technical College (ATC) recognizes the valuable role you play as instructors in helping the College fulfill its mission to foster lifelong learning, facilitate workplace success, and promote economic development. We seek to support your teaching efforts in whatever way we can and hope that your work experience at ATC is both pleasant and fulfilling.
If you have questions, please check out our FAQs or contact Sherri Heath at email@example.com or (706) 355-5140.
Adjuncts are offered a set amount per course. This amount is then divided by the number of months in the semester term.
- Fall Semester is paid in September, October, November, and December
- Spring Semester is paid in January, February, March, and April
- Summer Semester is paid in June and July.
- There is no adjunct pay in May or August.
Payday is the last day of the month (based on the semester pay calendar above). Direct deposit is mandatory; however, if this is your first teaching assignment your first check will be a live check. Payroll checks can be picked up from the Cashier in the H Building.
You may access your paystubs, update your address and tax information, and change your direct deposit from the Employee Self-Service website. You will need your employee ID to access this website. Instructions on how to access Employee Self-Service can be found here.
Adjunct Faculty Handbook
Please review the adjunct faculty handbook as it will answer many of your questions regarding academic affairs, student affairs, and human resources.
Obtaining an Intranet Account
Your division head will request an email account for you as part of the onboarding process. Once you receive your email address you will need to request an Intranet Account. Instructions on how to request an account can be found here.
Important Contact Information
Knowing who to contact can sometimes pose a challenge as a new adjunct faculty member. Please see the college directory for all updated contact information.
Frequently Asked Questions
- When do we get paid?
Payday is the last day of the month every month (e.g. May 31st). If the last day of the month falls on a weekend, payday is the Friday before the last day of the month.
- I am a new employee. How will I receive my first check?
Your first paycheck will be available for pickup from the Cashier window on or after pay day. Please be sure to bring ID with you.
- How can I view my paycheck and/or update my address/tax information/direct deposit?
Please visit the Employee Self-Service to review your paycheck and/or update your address/tax information/direct deposit. Please see the flyer on ESS for login information.
- Where can I find my employee ID?
Your employee ID is located on your first paycheck. If you do not have your paycheck stub, you may email Dorothea Long at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- I changed my direct deposit account information. What should I expect?
Your first check immediately following the change will be a live paycheck available for pickup at the Cashier window. Direct deposit changes may take up to two pay cycles for the change to be effective.
- There is a problem with my paycheck. Who do I need to contact?
You should first contact your division administrative assistant for clarification and/or help. If they are unable to resolve your concerns, please contact Dorothea Longat email@example.com.
- How do I get a faculty hang tag for my vehicle?
You should receive a hang tag upon completion of your new hire paperwork. If you have lost your old hang tag, please visit Human Resources to obtain a new one.
- Help! I'm a new adjunct and I got a parking ticket. What do I do?
You will need to contact your supervisor to have them waive the parking ticket. Parking tickets are only waived once per employee.
If you still have questions after reviewing the FAQs and material on this website, please do not hesitate to contact us at (706) 355-5140 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be glad to assist in any way that we can.
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