Why join the UAFP? There are tremendous benefits to being a UAFP member. First and foremost, you become part of a strong collective that works together towards pay increases, job security and improved conditions for Pace adjuncts overall. And second, you gain a voice in determining the priorities of this collective and how it operates. While the UAFP represents all members of our Collective Bargaining Unit (CBU)* you have no voice in that representation unless you also become a UAFP member.
- Only UAFP members can vote on the contract.
- Only UAFP members may contribute suggestions or take part in the contract negotiation process.
- Only UAFP members can hold union office, nominate officers and serve on committees.
Doesn’t it make sense for you to contribute to the discussion and have a voice in your future? If you want to be heard, join the UAFP now! Click here to download our Membership Enrollment Form. Complete and return to the address, fax number or e-mail on the form. (Don’t forget to sign it!)
Note that becoming a UAFP member does NOT incur any additional dues.
*The UAFP Collective Bargaining Unit (CBU) is defined as follows: All adjunct faculty members who have received appointments and teach at least three credit hours and/or forty-five hours in the semester including part-time instructors who work in a non-supervisory dual capacity for the University. Excluded are adjunct faculty and part-time instructors employed in the School of Law.
Benefits From Our Parent Unions
In addition, Union Plus offers discounts on some products and services. Get details by clicking here.
Pace University Benefits for Adjuncts
We regret to inform our adjuncts that the Pace Health Insurance Reimbursement program has been cancelled and will not be renewed because of legalities connected with the Affordable Care Act. New Yorkers can buy health insurance through New York State of Health.
For information on other benefits provided by Pace University as a result of the UAFP contract please visit the Pace University Human Resources page (click here). Specific questions on benefits offered through Pace should be addressed to Pace University Human Resources. For a complete list of HR contacts click here.