The Faculty180 product by Interfolio serves as the Faculty Activity and Achievement Reporting (FAAR) system. FAAR facilitates the annual review process and allows you to report accomplishments for departments, colleges, and the university.
New in 2021, the Review, Promotion, and Tenure (RPT) system is used for promotion, tenure, and sabbatical applications. Activity entered in FAAR is populated as a CV attached to RPT packets. Log in below with your NAU user ID and password to access FAAR and RPT.
FAAR best practices for administrators
FAAR best practices for faculty
FAAR instructions handout for faculty (PDF)
Interfolio help for faculty users of FAAR
Interfolio help for administrators of FAAR
FAAR training for faculty (Zoom recording – Sep 2021)
FAAR training for chairs/directors (Zoom recording – Sep 2021)
RPT Instructions for Faculty (video)
RPT Instructions for Chairs/Directors
RPT Instructions for Committees
Interfolio help for faculty candidates in RPT
Interfolio help for evaluators in RPT
RPT training for RPT Training for AcademicUnit Leaders and Committees (Zoom recording – Sept 2022)
RPT training for RPT Training for Academic Unit Leaders and Committees (PDF – Sept 2022)
Degree Tracking Project
New degree information is now entered into PeopleSoft and fed from PeopleSoft to FAAR. Any additions or edits to degree information will be possible only at the PeopleSoft self-service tool, available at peoplesoft.nau.edu > Self Service > Personal Information > NAU Degree Information. Only enter information on completed associates, bachelors, masters, and doctorate degrees. In-progress degrees should be discussed within your self-evaluation. In FAAR, post-degree work should be in Profile > Work Experience, and certificates should be in Profile > Professional Licensures & Certifications.
Self-service user guide
Admin verification user guide
Terminal degrees list