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Adjunct Faculty - Sociology

Waubonsee Community College
Sugar Grove, IL

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Adjunct Faculty - Sociology

Sugar Grove Campus
Part-time Adjunct Faculty

Waubonsee Community College promotes diversity in faculty, staff, and student recruitment and is committed to hiring and retaining exceptional faculty and staff who are committed to the college’s culture of collaboration, professional growth and student success.

Waubonsee Community College’s Liberal Arts and Sciences division is currently seeking adjunct instructors for Sociology courses in our Sociology department.

Adjunct faculty members are responsible for delivering curriculum, providing instruction, and performing student learning assessment. The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to effectively use instructional and classroom technology to enhance teaching and learning. Courses at Waubonsee Community College may be offered in various delivery modes including, but not limited to, face-to-face, asynchronous online, synchronous online, hybrid, and FLEX. Please include your specific interests and availability as part of your online application. Waubonsee does not accept applications for fully remote instructors. 

Courses begin the week of August 19th and conclude on December 14th.

SOC100 - Introduction to Sociology
Section 001 - Sugar Grove Campus - Monday and Wednesday Afternoons - 12:30 - 1:45 pm
Section 006 - Aurora Downtown Campus - Thursday Evenings - 6:30 - 9:15 pm
Section 953 - Aurora Downtown Campus - Tuesday Mornings - 11:30 am - 12:15 pm - Hybrid modality
Section 980 - Synchronous Online via Zoom - Monday and Wednesday Afternoons - 2:00 - 3:15 PM - Synch Online modality

SOC120 - Racial and Ethnic Relations
Section 950 - Aurora Downtown Campus - Wednesday Mornings - 9:30 - 10:45 am - Hybrid modality
Section 920 - Asynchronous Online modality

SOC130 -Sociology of Family
Section 920 - Asynchronous Online modality

SOC240 - Sociology of Deviance
Section 950 - Sugar Grove Campus - Wednesday Mornings - 11:00 am - 12:15 pm - Hybrid modality

Essential functions of this position include, but are not limited to:

Designing syllabi, lessons, activities, assignments, and assessments to meet the established course description as well as program, course, and college learning outcomes and/or objectives while addressing each student’s needs as diverse learners.

Meeting all college deadlines for submission of attendance, grades and data collection for assessment of student learning.

Incorporating learning-centered principles and concepts while motivating students to actively participate in their educational experiences.

Integrating instructional and classroom technology (if applicable) appropriately and effectively to deliver and enhance teaching and learning.

Working collaboratively with professional colleagues to serve the needs of students and the community.

Modeling professionalism with excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills.

Minimum Qualifications
Master's degree in Sociology or a Masters Degree in a related field with 18 graduate hours in Sociology.

Preferred Experience 
Teaching Sociology, or a related field, at a Community College or Vocational/Technical institution.
Teaching traditionally underserved populations.
Incorporating technology and multimedia applications into teaching and learning process.
Teaching in multiple instructional modalities.
Utilizing Learning Management Systems.


Please attach the following documents when applying:

  1. Cover Letter-Yes
  2. Resume-Yes
  3. References-Yes (Can be provided at interview)
  4. Unofficial Transcripts-Yes

Position Details
Grant Funded: No
Work Schedule: Varies
Testing:  No
Targeted Hire Date:  8/12/2024

Special Instructions: Please attach all required documents at the time of application. Official transcripts will be required if hired.

EOE, including disability and veteran


Working at Waubonsee Community College 

Waubonsee is not your average community college — and that’s how we like it.

We take pride in exceeding expectations, offering a top education to all students willing to work hard for their dreams. Waubonsee has top-ranked academic programs, a dynamic student population, a breadth of services and resources, and a growing campus network — all of which mean a richer college experience for you.

Mission Statement

Waubonsee Community College is a public, compre­hensive community college that was organized in 1966, as mandated by the Illinois Community College Act, to provide education and training services for individuals in portions of Kane, Kendall, DeKalb, LaSalle and Will counties of District 516. The philo­sophy of Waubonsee Community College is based on the premise that education is the corner­stone of a literate, democra­tic society; that learning is a lifelong process; and that the pursuit of knowledge must be supported by institutional policies that demonstrate the values of accessibility, service, value, quality and innovation.


Waubonsee Community College opens the door of knowl­edge, sparks imaginations, and enlightens lives through learning. We welcome the diverse abilities, goals, and experiences of individuals standing on the threshold of discovery. Our success is defined by the dreams we help shape, the opportunities we help design, and the futures we help create.


  • Accessibility — We remove barriers to learning formed by time, geography, education, culture, experience or beliefs to provide a full range of quality educational opportunities for all who can benefit.
  • Service — We view the world from the perspective of those we serve — anticipating needs and striving to exceed expectations while demonstrating a caring, knowledgeable, consistent connection with each individual every time they meet us.
  • Value — We focus every resource directly on the search for learning, creating tangible benefits in everything we do.
  • Quality — We constantly redefine what it means to be “the best,” seeking to improve in every area and exceed the expectations of those we serve.
  • Innovation — We are actively engaged on the frontiers of education, continuously improving the learning environment for our students and communities.

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