An Honorarium is a speaking fee or compensation received from outside entity in consideration for writing an article or reimbursement for travel expenses not related to official duties.
The current reporting year for honoraria is April 1, 2013 to March 31, 2014.
Examples of honoraria include:
- compensation for delivering a speech
- compensation for writing an article
- compensation for a serving on a panel
- compensation that is made as a gratuity or an award of honor
For more information please see the following reminder memorandum:
Contact your College Ethics Officers if you have any questions.
Employees reporting honoraria, please use:Title 19 NYCRR Part 930: Honoraria <pdf>