While the division of Student Affairs is primarily tasked with supporting students, many of its programs address faculty and staff needs as well. If you are unsure how to advise a student in need of support or suggestions of any kind, call the Office of the Dean of Students at 303-492-8476 for help and referrals.
Student Support & Case Management can help faculty and staff identify, assess, and mitigate risks associated with students exhibiting concerning behaviors.
Help students make connections between their classroom and on-campus employment experiences. On-campus student employment has been shown to be an effective way to engage students in campus life, help students make connections with peers and professional staff, and foster a stronger sense of identity with CU.
Violations of the university’s Honor Code academic integrity policy are handled by the Honor Code Council. Learn more about the policy or report a suspected violation.
The Student Conduct Code is designed to make the campus community a place where people are treated, and treat one another, with respect and courtesy. Violations of the code are handled by the Office of Student Conduct.
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The Campus Alcohol Agent can help you understand the university’s alcohol service policies and guide you through the event approval process.
Housing and Dining Services has a limited number of affordable apartments located near campus available to CU faculty and staff.
Wardenburg offers a number of services to staff and faculty (for a fee). These services include, among others, travel vaccinations, musculoskeletal injury clinic, physical therapy, massage therapy, acupuncture, chiropractic care and orthotics.
Community Health provides smoking cessation resources for students, staff & faculty.
Faculty or staff employed at least half time on the Boulder campus are eligible for Rec Center membership.
Some of the programs Career Services provides are also available to university faculty and staff.
Inconsistent or unusual student behavior could be a signal for help. CAPS offers 24/7 phone consultations to faculty and staff concerned about a student.
The Office of Victim Assistance offers free confidential information, counseling, advocacy and support to all University of Colorado Boulder students, staff, faculty and their significant others.