Faculty Guidelines

The Concurrent Enrollment Program faculty member’s role is to provide quality instruction on a collegiate level to the students they serve. As a representative of UA Little Rock, the CE faculty must adhere to the following guidelines:

Professional Development

  • New faculty must attend the New Faculty Orientation prior to teaching the CE courses.
  • Attend ONE UA Little Rock CE Program and/or departmental Professional Development event per year.
  • Correspond with UA Little Rock departmental CE Program liaison for Professional Development events and onsite observations.

Course Delivery

  • Make forms, syllabus, and all necessary class materials easily accessible for students.
  • Submit UA Little Rock comparable course syllabi to University Department Chairperson/Liaison and copy UA Little Rock’s Concurrent Enrollment Coordinator by the 1st day of the semester (if year long courses only submit in the fall).
  • Set academically rigorous expectations for students
  • Provide accommodations to the exceptional population

Course Grading

  • Use grading scale as prescribed by the University Department Chair/Faculty Liaison
  • Submit grades by specified dates through BOSS account.

Classroom Observations:

  • CE teachers will be observed and evaluated by University departmental liaisons once per year.
  • CE high school courses and teachers will be evaluated, and information will be communicated to teachers and administrators.


  • If teachers are found in noncompliance to the Concurrent Enrollment High School Faculty Guidelines, the following disciplinary measures will be taken:
    • First offense: Teacher and CE coordinators will be notified.
      • If after notification, the teacher if still under non-compliance
    • Second offense: Formal written notification is sent to the High School principal/building level supervisor.
      • If after notifying administration the teacher is still found in noncompliance,
    •  Last offense: The teacher will not be reappointed as CE faculty.

General Dates


August 30  Rosters must be verified by NOON on this day.

November 15  Last day to withdraw from all classes.

December 3  Grade books will open.

January 15  Grade books will close and all grades must be entered.


February 1  Rosters must be verified by NOON on this day.

April 15  Last day to withdraw from all classes.

May 6  Grade books will open.

June 15  Grade books will close and all grades must be entered.

Special Note: It is suggested that teachers check their BOSS rosters a few times each semester to ensure the rosters remain correct. Please report any errors to your High School Coordinator.

 BOSS Login in Instructions:

In BOSS, faculty can review their UALR rosters and enter final grades.  Students also have BOSS account where they can view courses, transcripts, properly attend to their student financial account, and much more. To access BOSS, please follow the directions below.

  1. Access your BOSS account at boss.ualr.edu
  2. Click on Secure Login
  3. Put in your T# – include the T – For Example: T12345678
  4. It will immediately prompt you to reset your PIN, after resetting your PIN, please make note of that number. You will always need your PIN when logging into BOSS.

Note: Courses are term specific. Students cannot see their “year Long” courses on BOSS in the spring until the grading period reopens for final grades.

Useful information:

To assist your students who wish to view their transcripts in the STUDENT BOSS account encourage them to follow the aforementioned log in instructions, then:

  • Choose the “student services” tab then “student records.”
    • Under student services, choose “view unofficial transcript” or request a transcript

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING FORM: Concurrent Enrollment HS Faculty Guidelines