The College of Liberal Studies announces sabbatical leave
application requests in the spring of each year, 18 months in advance of
actual leave dates. Proposals should be submitted electronically to
firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 4:30 p.m. on the Friday
following Labor Day.
Examples of successful recent sabbatical applications are available for review
on the D2L course site entitled CLS Sample Documents and Proposals.
If the CLS Sample Documents and Proposals
appear in your course list, contact the dean's office at 608.785.8113
given access. Members of the Sabbatical Committee are available for
consultation, especially in the early phases of your proposal
preparation. Applicants are advised to review and strictly adhere to
sabbatical proposal guidelines.
If you have questions, contact Dr. Charles Martin-Stanley.
Sabbatical Application 2015Sabbatical Guidelines 2015Sabbatical Reporting Form
Purpose of the Sabbatical Program
The purpose of the Sabbatical Program is to enable recipients to be
engaged in intensive study or creative endeavor in order to become more
effective teachers and scholars and to enhance their services to the
University. This privilege is granted to faculty members on the merit of
their past academic contributions.
A faculty member is eligible for a sabbatical leave under the following terms:
Two types of sabbatical leaves are available to faculty members:
The following conditions govern the Sabbatical Program: