Major office functions include:
Use their A-Z Information Guide for information on the above items.
(ARSC) College of Arts & Sciences
(BUSN) Leeds School of Business - Personnel information can be accessed by faculty on the Leeds Intranet link. For further questions contact your department Chair or the Leeds Manger of Faculty Support Services.
(CMCI) College of Media, Communication, and Information – Faculty should contact the Department Chair and/or review department bylaws for specific processes related to these items. For additional questions, faculty should contact the CMCI Director of Operations.
(EDUC) School of Education
(LAWS) Colorado Law School – The Law School Rules provide governing principles for a range of matters involving faculty governance, faculty hiring and promotion, curriculum, student admissions, and graduation requirements.
Resources regarding these issues outside your department include:
Faculty Relations - The position of director of faculty relations was established in 2007 in recognition of the need to provide services to faculty members and academic administrators to help develop and maintain working relationships that are positive and productive. These services include individual consultation, mediation, assessment of unit dynamics, and investigations of allegations of unprofessional behavior as defined in the PRD (Professional Rights and Duties of Faculty Members.)
Ombuds Office - The Ombuds office assists all CU Boulder students, staff, and faculty with any university-related dispute or concern. The Ombuds Office is a safe, credible, accessible and voluntary resource. Services are offered free of charge and are kept in strict confidence.
Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance (OIEC) - The Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance (OIEC) is responsible for three policies at the University of Colorado Boulder: Sexual Misconduct, Protected Class Discrimination and Harassment, and Conflict of Interest in Amorous Relationships. If you have a need to report an incident or have a question about your responsiblity to report, please contact them directly. They are happy to assist you.
The PRD (Professional Rights and Duties of Faculty Members & the roles and Professional Duties of Departmental Chairs) is a document that sets out in broad terms the privileges and responsibilities, as well as the standards of professional conduct of the faculty at CU Boulder.
The BFA Grievance Advisory Committee. "The Committee shall advise faculty members on the appropriate venue and procedure for hearing their grievances, on requirements for initiating a grievance, and on campus resources available to resolve concerns informally." For complete committee information see the BFA Standing Rules; Article V; Section N. Contact the BFA Office for more information.
Under special circumstances faculty may be entitled to use the Provost’s Grievance Procedure.
CU Privilege and Tenure Committee - The mission of the CU P&T is to provide Faculty Senate members a hearing for grievances involving perceived violations of rights and privileges. That is, P&T is the due-process vehicle for Faculty Senate members. This is a System level committee and eligible CU Boulder faculty should contact the Boulder Campus Chair for more information.
*The BFA recommends that all units, schools and colleges establish grievance procedures. Faculty Affairs has a model for these.
There are a wide variety of System and Campus policies at the University of Colorado. The CU Policies website gives links to these in the following categories (Items listed under each topic are examples only. See the above website for full list of policies):
Additional CU Student Scholarship Information – visit the CU Scholarship Services Website.