Indirect, Taxes, Fringe and Other Rates

There are several rates that are standard for all proposals, at least when those expenses are allowed. These are the currently approved rates, with an explanation of what they cover and what is included and Sponsored Programs and can only be made when required by the funder.

7.65% of salary or wages

Type Rate Explanation Effective Date

Taxes and Fringe Benefits

Fringe Benefits, Full Time 45.35% of salary or wages For FICA, Workman's Comp, Pension and other expenses. Set by State of New Jersey. July 2012-June 2013
Fringe Benefits, Part Time 7.65% of salary or wages For FICA and Workman's Comp. Set by State of New Jersey. July 2012-June 2013
Fringe Benefits, Faculty Overload, and Summer (July and August only) For FICA and Workman's Comp. Set by State of New Jersey. July 2012-June 2013
Graduate Assistant Tuition Estimated or actual amount for tuition and fees Included as an additional fringe benefit. Go to WPU Student Accounts website for current rate. Contact the OSP for estimated rates for future years.  

Indirect Reimbursement Rate

AKA: Overhead, F&A Rage  
2012-2016 54.6% For costs associated with the use of WPUNJ facilities and administrative services. Rate approved by US Department of Health and Human Services. 9/1/2012-6/30/2016
  21.7 For costs associated with off-campus activities or the use of non-WPUNJ facilities. Rate approved by US Department of Health and Human Servics. 9/1/2012-6/30/2016
2009-2012 59.2 % of total salary and wages For costs associated with the use of WPUNJ facilities and administrative services. Rate approved by US Department of Health and Human Services. 7/1/09-6/30/12
  25.0% For costs associated with the use of non-WPUNJ facilities. Rate set by US Department of Health and Human Servics.

7/1/09-6/30/12

2006 to 2009

68.8% of total salary and wages For costs associated with the use of WPUNJ facilities and administrative services. Rate set by US Department of Health and Human Services. 7/1/06-6/30-09
  23.6% of total salary and wages For costs associated with the use of non-WPUNJ facilities. Rate set by US Department of Health and Human Servics. 7/1/06-6/30/09

2003 to 2006

67.6% of total salary and wages

For costs associated with the use of WPUNJ facilities and administrative services. Rate set by US Department of Health and Human Services.

7/1/03-6/30/06

1999 to 2003

75% of total salary and wages

For costs associated with the use of WPUNJ facilities and administrative services. Rate set by US Department of Health and Human Services. 6/27/97-6/30/03
Mileage 44.5 cents/mile For automobile mileage 1/1/06
Per Diem Varies depending on city For hotels, taxi and related expenses when at a conference 7/1/98

Salaries and Wages

          

Call the Human Resources Office @ext. 2605. Identify yourself, that you are working on a grant proposal, and the names and social security numbers of the people involved in the project.
Professor (Range 30) and Associate Professor (Range 26) Contact OSP for Rate Contact OSP for Rate Last Contract
Assistant Professor, Librarian and Professional (Range 22), Instructor Contact OSP for Rate Contact OSP for Rate Last Contract
Professional Staff Contact OSP for Rate Contact OSP for Rate Last Contract
Adjunct Contact OSP for Rate Contact OSP for Rate Last Contract
Summer Salary

2/10 of Base Salary:Full Time 1/10 of Base Salary: Part Time

For 2 months full time work on project or 1 month's time over summer  
Salary Formula for Released Time % of Time Formula: (# of credits to be released from/credits during period)*annual salary  
Undergraduate Student $7.50 to $10.00/hr or more Rate can vary and is chosen by the PI  
Graduate Student, Academic Year

Stipend: $6,000/year as a personnel cost.

Tuition: In-state tuition with some fees. 

See above. Include as an additional benefit.  
Graduate Student, Session I, II and August $15.00 or more/hr Rate can vary and is chosen by the PI  
Project Assistant, Any time of Year $10.00 or more/hr Rate can vary and is chosen by the PI.  
Consultant Varies Rate can vary and is chosen by the PI in conversation withprospective consultant