Conflict of Time or Commitment

Regents Standing Order 103.1 sets forth the service obligation owed by all UCSB officers, faculty, and staff:

•   103.1: Service Obligations

  1. No compensation shall be paid to any Officer, faculty member, or other employee of the University unless actively engaged in the service of the University, in accordance with such regulations as the President may establish.
  2. No one in the service of the University shall devote to private purposes any portion of time due to the University nor shall any outside employment interfere with the performance of University duties. Arrangements for private employment by Officers, faculty members, or other employees of the University shall be subject to such regulations as the President may establish.

Regents Policy 7707, Senior Management Group; Outside Professional Activities, sets forth the specific guidelines for Senior Management Officials who undertake paid or un-paid obligations outside their roles for the University.

APM-025: Sets forth the specific guidelines that faculty must adhere to in undertaking outside professional activities.

PPSM-82, Section III.B.: Sets forth the standards relating to outside professional activities that are applicable to University staff and states in pertinent part, “No one in the service of the University may devote to private purposes any portion of time due the University nor may any outside employment interfere with the performance of University duties.”