The Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Connecticut State University Board of Trustees (now the Board of Regents for Higher Education) and the Connecticut State University American Association of University Professors is referred to as The Contract. The Contract is a document that has been negotiated between the CSU-AAUP Negotiating Team and the Board of Trustees (BOT) Negotiating Team. Thus, many sections of it have been crafted through compromise and do not represent the optimal conditions that either side would desire. However, it is a legal document and both parties to the Contract – the CSU-AAUP and the BOT are obliged to adhere to its provisions. Typically contracts are negotiated for 2 – 4 years.
Due to the state’s economic crisis, CSU-AAUP members voted in favor of a four-year contract extension that includes a wage freeze for Fiscal Year 2011 and 2012 in exchange for job security until June 30, 2015. For details of the agreement, please see the “CSU-AAUP/BOT Contract Modification” for changes to wages and “Revised SEBAC Agreement”for changes to retirement and healthcare (below). The current agreement now spans 2007 – 2016.
2007-2016 CSU-AAUP/BOT Contract (contains modifications due to the contract extension voted in 2011)
Revised SEBAC Tentative Agreement (Retirement/Healthcare)
2007-2011 Contract (without modifications)