Below are links to these resources and information that may be helpful to faculty in their activities for teaching, research/scholarly endeavors, and service.


 Faculty Performance Review

Faculty performance review occurs annually, with a report from each faculty member due to the chair by September 20, with links to information below:

Faculty Tenure and Promotion

Tenure and promotion portfolios are due to the chair by The first week of the fall semester, with links to information below:

  • OP 06.05 Faculty Tenure and Promotion, which describes the procedures and responsibilities for tenure and promotion review
  • The Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs maintains a Tenure and Promotion page with forms and information for completing the performance review.
  • The McCoy College of Science, Mathematics, and Engineering has a set of Tenure and Promotion Guidelines that interpret and make recommendations for MCOSME faculty in meeting expectations of teaching, research/scholarly work, and service.


Student Resources

The McCoy College maintains a page of Student Resources that faculty can use for student referrals. The link can be included in syllabi as a one-stop location for multiple resources.

Academic Appeals

Academic appeals require a process, with links to information below:

  • Grade appeals should be resolved with the instructor. If unresolved, they need a formal written appeal to the dean of the college in which the course was taught. Consult the Grade Appeal Checklist for more information.
  • Academic honesty appeals are reported to the chair. If unresolved, they are appealed to the department chair of the department offering the course. Consult the Academic Honesty Checklist for more information.


Complaints and Reporting

Students can report complaints through the following links:


Disability Support Services

Disability Support Services (DSS) helps MSU provide equal access to educational, social, and recreational programs by coordinating services and reasonable accommodations, consultation, and advocacy. Call 940-397-4140 or visit the DSS website

Information Technology

The Information Technology (IT) office supports our campus technology infrastructure, including your email and Banner access. Email the IT Helpdesk or call 940-397-4278 or visit the IT Website to reach them.

Students may access Microsoft Office 365 for free through the Microsoft website at the Office 365 for Students site.


Office of the Registrar

The Registrar's Office assists students with registration, degree evaluation, transcripts, degree verification, and commencement and hosts the office of veterans affairs. They are in Hardin South.

Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities

The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities (OSRR) administers the Code of Student Conduct, coordinates the Behavioral Invitation Team, and serves as the initial contact for student traffic appeals. Call 940-397-7500 or visit the OSRR website.




Office of Sponsored Programs

The Office of Sponsored Programs assists faculty with resources including workshops, networking, intramural grants, databases for external grants, and assistance in preparing grant applications. The Associate Director of the Office of Sponsored Programs can help know where to start on a grant to help faculty support their scholarly work.




Youth Protection Program

Faculty and staff working with minors for outreach, to include camps, on-campus events, and service projects, should work with the Summer Camps and Conferences office to plan and execute the event safely. All adult participants must complete Child Protection Training. This training is renewed every two years. A Background Check is also required for work with minors. Because of the timeframe required for the check, MSU recommends completing these at least two weeks prior to the event.