University Resources

  • Academic Calendar
  • Activating your NetId and Email
  • Getting your ID card
  • Campus Alert System (RAVE)
  • Campus Map
  • Parking Services – All vehicles need a permit, and there are several options for contingent faculty. Visit the Parking Regulations website to learn more about where you can park and how to obtain a permit. Your free permit allows parking in designated areas for no cost. Below are the details:
    • Valid September 1 – August 31.
    • Available to non-contract employees. Not available if eligible for the Full-Time Faculty/Staff permit.
    • Allows parking in the following areas:
      • Commuter Surface Lots (Yellow) including CarParc Diem with no time restrictions.
      • Faculty/Staff Restricted Lots (Orange) during the following hours:
        • Every Day: 3:30 PM – 6:00 AM
        • Weekends: 3:30 PM Friday – 6:00 AM Monday
  • Human Resources – Here you’ll find information on how to prepare for your first day, as well as resources to help you get acclimated as a new employee. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 973-655-5293. We’re here to support you.
  • Sprague Library – The Sprague Library offers many resources and services to all faculty, including a Live Chat option, various ways to contact the Library staff, resources for making reserves, interlibrary loan, and many other services. You can also scan and print in the library. You can check their hours of operations here and find books, databases, and articles here. Please note that a NetId is required to access most services from the library. 
  • Adjunct Union – AFT Local 6025 website and current agreement (opens as PDF). 
  • Student Services – While the Division of Student Development and Campus Life is responsible for student services, all members of the community play a role in connecting our students to vital support services. This Student Services Guide for Faculty & Staff provides information about policies, available assistance, department roles, contact information and how you can help direct students to the support services they need.
  • Hiring an Adjunct – 
    • Potential Faculty Hires On-Campus Resources

      HR Compliance and Policies
      The Division of Human Resources actively partners with the Montclair State University community to encourage and ensure compliance with applicable federal and state laws and regulations. To that end, the Division’s Compliance team routinely monitors employment law trends, and develops best practices and policies to accomplish those mandates
      EO/AA and Diversity
      University Statement on EO/AA
      EO/AA Recruitment: Faculty, Managerial and Professional Staff
      President’s Commission on Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity and Diversity
      How to Report a Gender-Based Misconduct Incident
      How to Report an Incident of General Misconduct
      Labor Relations
      Discrimination Complaint Procedures for Employees and Applicants for Employment
      NJ State Policy on Discrimination
      Privacy Notice for Division of Human Resources
      Compliance Team Contact List

  • Computer labs, media centers, scanning and printing
    • University Hall IT Helpdesk and Computer Lab