Please note: The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
includes the following academic programs: Biology, Chemistry,
Computer Science, Engineering Physics, Environmental Science and
Policy, Information Technology, Mathematics, Medical Studies,
Pre-medical Science and Sustainability Studies (M.S.)
To meet ongoing needs for part-time instructors, Lenoir-Rhyne
University maintains adjunct candidate pools by areas of specialty
to meet varying semester to semester needs. We encourage you to
submit your application online (including attachments for your
cover letter and your curriculum vitae). Your cover letter should
focus specifically on your teaching experience and your philosophy
of teaching. Also, please discuss how your specific expertise would
match up to current courses or areas in our program. Review our
current academic catalog on the Office of the Registrar
According to our regional accreditation requirements, all college
instructors should possess at least a Master's degree and at least
18 hours of completed graduate work in the specific field-of-study.
Except in rare cases, Lenoir-Rhyne University will expect at least
a Master's degree in the particular field-of-study in which the
instructor is teaching.
Your application materials will be maintained in our archives for
at least 18 months. As your vitae changes, we encourage you to
update your application by re-submitting your materials.
Non-Discrimination and Equal Opportunity Policy
Lenoir-Rhyne University does not discriminate on the basis of race,
color, national origin, citizenship, religion, political
affiliation, age, marital status, sex, gender (including gender
identity and expression), sexual orientation, disability status,
genetics, pregnancy or veteran status.
Lenoir-Rhyne’s Non-Discrimination and Equal Opportunity Policy
extends to all aspects of employment, including but not limited to
recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, transfer, reassignment,
demotion, discipline, discharge, performance evaluations,
compensation and benefits as well as the education setting.
Lenoir-Rhyne is committed to providing an environment that promotes
diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging for faculty, staff,
students, contractors, volunteers and visitors.