The following is a list of campus and system resources that will be of interest to women faculty, staff, and students.
Resources for Staff
CU-Women's Network: for staff women interested in networking, mentoring, and professional development.
Organizational and Employee Development: offers programs by University employees who are experienced and effective trainers in order for you to find the information and advice you need in regards to your employment at CU.
Staff Council: represents all staff with regard to their rights and professional fulfillment.
Resources for Faculty
Boulder Faculty Assembly Committee on Women: is concerned with issues affecting the status of and the issues affecting faculty women.
CU Faculty Council Women's Committee: exists to represent women faculty on the four campuses of the CU system, and to create and implement policy to address the issues facing women faculty.
Office of Faculty Affairs: coordinates a variety of activities associated with faculty life and academic programming. Resources for faculty can be found via their website.
Resources for Faculty, Staff, and Students
Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement : provides dedicated leadership to CU-Boulder's campus diversity efforts. The office fosters CU-Boulder's vision for a diverse campus climate and works with students, faculty and staff to implement the campus diversity plan. As a part of the office, the Department of Equal Opportunity is responsible for assuring equal education and employment opportunity on the Boulder campus.
Office of Discrimination and Harassment : The Office of Discrimination and Harassment is committed to preventing and eliminating discrimination and harassment based on race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation or veteran status at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Additionally we strive to prevent and eliminate false allegations of discrimination and harassment. To achieve these goals, we provide educational workshops for all members of the University community, including faculty, staff, and student employees. We conduct fair and unbiased investigations and provide equitable resolutions of allegations of discrimination and harassment. We treat all individuals who seek our assistance with respect and dignity.
Women's Resource Center: The center offers a variety of services for women and men in addition to referrals to campus and community resources. The WRC is a great place to connect with student groups, university services, and people interested in and committed to women's issues.
GLBT (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered) Resource Center: The GLBT Resource Center is an advocacy office for GLBT students, staff, faculty, and alumni. The office provides programs and services targeted towards the GLBT community as well as support the CU-Boulder community in its understanding of GLBT issues and concerns.
CU Cares: is designed to help families find quality childcare, eldercare, parenting information, and family services support. This site offers a wide array of links to university programs, city and county services, state of Colorado information, and a variety of related resources to make it easier for parents and caregivers to successfully balance school, work, and family responsibilities.
Women's Studies Program: offers a B.A. in Women's Studies, a minor, and a graduate certificate.
Counseling and Psychological Services: A Multicultural Center : individual and group counseling for University students, staff, and faculty; up to six sessions without charge.
Career Services: The mission of Career Services is to provide a centralized, comprehensive career center for students at CU. Career Services inspires and teaches students. to become active participants in their own career development through programs that help them 1) plan their careers, 2) find internships and 3) find postgraduate employment.
Department of Housing: offers a variety of different services in regards to Housing and Dining Services, Computing and Childcare Services for those living in campus housing, and Conference Services.
For questions, comments, or concerns about this site, please contact the Chancellor's Committee on Women at email@example.com.