Alert: College of DuPage will open for normal hours of operation on Tuesday, Oct. 6. Any belongings left in classrooms have been collected and are available at the SRC Police Dispatch window (SRC 2100) for pickup.

Part-Time/Adjunct Faculty Career Fair and Open House

Monday, July 28, 2014
5 to 7 p.m.

Student Resource Center (SRC), Room 2000
Convenient parking is available in Lots C and D adjacent to Fawell Blvd.

Leaders from our academic divisions will be present to share information about part-time teaching opportunities. Please bring your curriculum vitae or resume along with copies of unofficial transcripts or professional certificates/licenses.

Have you ever wanted to teach at the college level?

  • College of DuPage offers flexible work schedules for part-time/adjunct faculty with day, evening and weekend classes that run in 8-, 12- and 16- week sessions throughout the year.
  • In addition to the main campus in Glen Ellyn, courses are offered at four regional centers located in Addison, Carol Stream, Naperville and Westmont.
  • A variety of delivery models, including traditional face-to-face, accelerated, hybrid and online, are available.
  • Part-Time/Adjunct Faculty receive individualized support, along with a specialized orientation program and ongoing professional development.
  • A comfortable work environment and classrooms equipped with instructional technology are provided to enhance teaching efficacy.

College of DuPage is seeking qualified candidates to teach part-time across all academic divisions. We are especially interested in recruiting for the following disciplines:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry/Organic Chemistry
  • Communications
  • Continuing Education
  • Earth Science
  • English
  • Homeland Security
  • Math
  • Nursing

A master’s degree is required or preferred in most disciplines; however, a bachelor’s degree specific to an area of interest and/or professional certificate may be acceptable.

College of DuPage is an AA/EO employer and strongly encourages candidates who will enhance the institution’s diversity.