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I was planning on going into detail how I would use my deferred time to accomplish tasks that would benefit the school (e.g.Investigators began exchanging text messages with Lil Mamma, one of which explicitly detailed how she and her husband would sexually assault their daughter.Other texts detail how she and her husband were grooming the little girl to perform other sexual acts, according to court documents.Without other offers, or a current position, you have limited leverage to force their hand.I suggest you simply ask when the start date is and if it is flexible.Of course, whether your request can actually be made to work is an entirely separate issue (and has to do with whether they have already budgeted you to teach, and whether they have the flexibility to replace you for a semester).But at the very least, they're not likely going to think that your request is totally frivolous -- go ahead, and ask.So I think that you exploring whether it is possible to delay starting there is an entirely reasonable thing to do, and the department head will see whether that is possible.Their goal is to get you long term and for you to be a happy member of the department; a single semester deferral is a small price for them to pay for that.This would be the number one thing for me to take the job. Would I say A is number one thing I need, then B, then C etc? Should I e-mail where I can cleanly layout reasons for each desire?In regards to the deferral request, how do you envision the school to respond?