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Part-Time Positions

Part time Faculty Pool

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Thank you for your interest in applying to the Part-Time Faculty Pool in the Department of Psychology at CSUN.


Please provide the following information so that we can evaluate your application by no later than 4/15/15:

  • Letter of intent specifying any parameters regarding a teaching assignment (e.g., can only teach at night or day, only teach one day a week, only teach one class)
  • Current resume/vita
  • Current student evaluation data (if you have any)
  • Peer evaluation data (if you have any)
  • Two recommendation letters who can testify to your teaching and/or qualifications
  • Complete application form (Word format) (CSUN_Psychology_PartTime_Application_Form ) - The application form was developed to facilitate the evaluation of applicants to the part-time faculty pool. Although most of this information can probably be found on your vita, some vitas are difficult to read or poorly organized. Also, some vitas do not include all of the required information needed. Hence, some very qualified applicants received lower evaluations by the personnel committee and did not get the opportunity to teach in the Department of Psychology at CSUN. Even if the information requested on the application is on your vita, please cut and paste into the application below. Since the Department of Psychology requires students to know and demonstrate APA formatting, the information requested should be in APA format to demonstrate the applicant’s expertise in APA formatting. You can find a completed sample application form here (CSUN Psychology Part Time Application Sample )


Please either email your application material


Please mail your application materials in one envelope to the following address:
Part-Time Faculty Committee
Department of Psychology
California State University Northridge
18111 Nordhoff St.
Northridge, CA 91330-8255


You can find the current job announcements here (faculty position posting)


You can find brief course descriptions here: