School/College/Unit-Based Development Staff

POLICY: 2.2
Effective Date:
Last Updated: 07/01/2013

The primary arrangement for staffing fundraising programs within the Schools, Colleges and Units is through establishment of a "60/40" position so named to reflect the position's funding distribution between Central Development and the respective School/College/Unit. The "60/40" is the "Chief Development Officer" for the School/College/Unit.

The "60/40" of a School or College reports directly to the Dean/Director and to the Senior Director for Development - School and College Programs (in Central Development).

The "60/40" of a Unit reports directly to the Director/VP and to the Senior Director for Development - Unit-Based and Special Constituent Programs (in Central Development).

Requests to establish additional fundraising positions (beyond the primary "60/40") within Schools/Colleges/Units must be discussed with and approved by the Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations before the position is created and posted. The finalist for approved positions must be interviewed by the appropriate Senior Director in Central Development and by the Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations before an employment offer is made. Likewise, annual and other salary increases for all campus development positions must first be discussed with the Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations.

Office space, administrative support, travel and entertainment expenses for fundraising are to be provided by the respective School/College/Unit.