Salary Information and Grades

Salary information is based on the University pay grades and reflects current fiscal year data.

Faculty members should refer to the Faculty Handbook for more information. Union members should review your collective bargaining agreement.

If you have any questions regarding your department’s current and/or previous salaries, please contact your HR Client Manager or the CUHR Compensation Team.

FY 2019 Salary Minimums

 

Effective January 1, 2019

Effective July 1, 2018

 

Effective July 1, 2018

 

Effective January 1, 2019

FY 2020 Salary Minimums

Effective 7/1/2019

Effective 7/1/2019

Effective 7/1/2019

Effective 7/1/2019

Salary Increases & Reviews

Unions

Employees covered by collective bargaining agreements receive wage increases in accordance with the provisions of their respective agreements.

For Other Employees

Your salary and job performance are typically reviewed once a year by your supervisor or department head. Quality and quantity of work, changes in level of responsibility, interest, attendance, and cooperation are among the factors considered in a performance review.

Salary increases are based on your performance and on University and departmental budget allocations.

Faculty

All salaries for Officers of Instruction are subject to review by the relevant dean, department chair, or vice president, as well as by the Office of the Provost on the Morningside Campus or the Office of the Vice President for Health Sciences at the Medical Center.

Salary review for all officers typically occurs before July 1 of each year.

Support staff members not covered by a collective bargaining agreement generally have salary reviews on the anniversary date of their hire or last promotion.