Passwords are your personal information for access to MySCCC and must follow guidelines created to help insure security. When creating or changing passwords: - Think of a password, which contains both letters and numbers. - Make the password at least 8 characters long and does not contain your first or last name. - Make at least one of the letters upper case. Make sure that some are still lower case letters. Remember that you cannot change your password to one you have previously used. Optional: For a more secure password, include one or more of these characters: = - # % ^ *
The Adjunct Services website can be found in MySCCC under Academics~Faculty~Faculty Quicklinks.
Email is the official form of communication throughout the College and a condition of employment. Important information is delivered regarding all aspects of employment not limited to: Assignments (NORA form) and deadlines, accepting assignments, course certifications, promotion information and professional development programs. It is also used to access your class rosters, submit enrollment and/or grade rosters. It is imperative that you consistently check and clean out your email account in order to keep it functioning. If you have any computer issues please contact the Computer Center at (631) 451-4357.
To access your email account log onto “MySCCC”. Your Email tab is the last tab on right or select OWA below. If you have any computer issues please contact the Computer Center at (631) 451-HELP.
Outlook Web Access (OWA)
Under Quicklinks choose Public Safety or use the link below.
Public Safety
Employees at Suffolk County Community College are paid biweekly. During the Fall and Spring semesters there are seven pay periods. For Winter session and the five week Summer session one paycheck will be issued. The eight week Summer session will be paid over two pay periods.
The photo ID is a mandatory condition of employment. The Board of Trustees adopted a College policy that all College employees must have an official College photo ID with them at all times while they are working.
Photo ID Locations Ammerman Campus - Selden Ammerman Building - Registrar’s Office (451-4004) located downstairs Monday through Thursday 9am – 6pm, Friday 9am to 4:45pm. Eastern Campus – Riverhead Peconic Building – Room 119 (548-3636) – call first - Monday – Thursday 9am to 9pm, Friday 9am to 5 pm. Michael J. Grant Campus – Brentwood North Cottage – (851-6777) – Monday – Friday 8am to 8pm.
Failure to submit your NORA by the deadline date will result in loss of seniority for the coming semester regardless of your current seniority position. If you wish to be placed on the NORA late list, contact Michele Fitzpatrick at fitzpam@sunysuffolk.edu using your SCCC email account. You will need to include your rank,(instructor, PA, etc.), the discipline in which you teach, campus preferences in preference order, days and times of your availability and whether you would be interested in a second assignment. According to the assignment rules every adjunct who submitted their NORA form on time is entitled to two assignments before anyone on the late list gets one assignment. No matter what your seniority rank may be, if you did not submit your NORA on time you will not be considered for an assignment until that rule has been satisfied.
Yes,each adjunct with three (3) or more semesters of SCCC experience that is teaching/working two or more contact hours per semester is eligible to apply for reimbursement from the Adjunct Professional Development Fund. This fund consists of $20,000 (per FA contract) for the use by adjuncts for professional conferences. Eligible adjuncts can be reimbursed for expenses up to $750 per year. Funds are subject to approval and distributed on a first come, first serve basis. You must submit and receive approval of a Request for Reimbursement application before attending a conference of spending money for professional purposes. Without prior approval you may not be reimbursed. Forms and guidelines are available on the College’s “Adjunct Faculty Services” website. All original receipts and forms required for reimbursement must be submitted for payment within 90 days of the conference date. Failure to submit this documentation will forfeit your right for reimbursement. All original receipts for the conference such as: brochures, agendas, badges, boarding passes, tolls, etc. must be submitted in order to be reimbursed. Adjuncts requesting conference attendance reimbursement must be working during the semester that the conference is being held. Applicant must also submit Mileage Reimbursement form if mileage is within Suffolk County. Forms are to be submitted to the Office for Faculty and Professional Advancement, Suffolk County Community College, 533 College Road, Smithtown Science Bldg., Room 100, Selden, NY 11784. If you have any questions about conference attendance please contact Donna Krompinger at (631)451-4307 or krompid@sunysuffolk.edu
Adjunct Faculty shall be permitted to take two absences per course per semester without loss of pay for illness or disability. Unless the course meets only once per week and,in such case, only one absence per course per semester shall be paid for.