non·​fac·​ul·​ty | \ ˌnän-ˈfa-kəl-tē \

Definition of nonfaculty

: not of, relating to, or included among the members of a school's faculty nonfaculty staff/positions

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The school cut 28 nonfaculty full- and part-time staff jobs because of the loss of revenue. Kate Shepherd, Chicago Reader, "News / Did You Read __________? Politico: Illinois is ‘America's failed state,’ and other Chicago news," 12 June 2017

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1896, in the meaning defined above

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