IFO MEMBER DUES & FAIRSHARE FEES INFORMATION
Payroll deductions for IFO member dues and fair share fees for most new spring faculty will start on their first February paycheck. The FY17 member dues and fair share fees rates approved by the Board can be found on our membership page. Most new spring full-time and part-time faculty will have 8 payments deducted and new spring adjunct and community faculty will have 3 payments deducted.
If you would like to join the union, you can sign up here. You can also return the blue membership card included in your fair share packet.
If you would like to verify your member/fair share status, or if you have questions about timing or amounts of payroll deductions, please contact Membership Coordinator Donna Blake at email@example.com.
We look forward to having you join our community!
We are proud to announce the passage of an IFO Constitutional Amendment which adds seats to the IFO Board exclusively for faculty members with fixed term, adjunct, and community faculty appointments. This continues the efforts of the IFO to take concrete measures to give a voice to faculty with fixed term, adjunct, and community faculty appointments.
In a related action, the IFO Board adopted the Contingent Appointments Committee. The committee’s charge is to address issues for faculty who hold fixed term, adjunct or community faculty appointments. In the near future, our Faculty Association leaders will send a call for faculty to serve as their campus representatives to the committee. The committee will include up to two faculty with contingent appointments from each campus. This committee will select the faculty representatives with contingent appointments who will serve on the IFO Board of Directors.
Vote Totals by Campus (% of Votes Cast)
FA % For % Against
Bemidji 77.78 22.22
Mankato 85.34 14.66
Metro 90.41 9.59
Moorhead 90.57 9.43
St Cloud 87.50 12.50
Southwest 89.74 10.26
Winona 93.65 6.35
Totals 88.06 11.94 (All Campuses)
To review the details of the Constitutional Amendment please click here.
View the 2015-2017 IFO Contract here.
The Inter Faculty Organization (IFO) is a union that takes professional responsibility for excellent, accessible, and inclusive public higher education in Minnesota and beyond. The IFO represents the interests, welfare, and aspirations of all faculty of the seven state universities of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system through collective bargaining, contract enforcement, and advocacy. Learn more about our vision, guiding principles and general objectives.