The purpose of the MSCA shall be to
organize and consolidate the efforts of its members to maintain and improve
public higher education in the Commonwealth in general and State University
education in particular; to develop and advocate policies for improving the
welfare of its members; and to negotiate, to submit for approval, and to enforce
collective bargaining contracts for its members.
Employee Rights to Union Representation:
If you think that any provision of the MSCA
day or DGCE contract has
been violated in relationship to your state college employment, please contact
your local chapter president
or your local chapter grievance officer.
Grievances must be filed no later than 10 days after the alleged violation,
so don't delay!
As an employee represented by a union,
you are entitled by law to Weingarten
Rights, which guarantee you the right to have a union representative with
you during any investigatory interview by any representative of management.
Other Important Links:
Council of Presidents (COP)
Salary Study for the State Colleges
Planning for Your Retirement, MTA
Retirement: Mass.State Board
State University Faculty/Librarian
Salaries by Rank
MSCA Home/About the MSCA