As a result of the COVID-19 outbreak and campus response, the Environmental Studies Program is operating fully remotely and the building is restricted to critical personnel only. ENVS personnel are available via email and Microsoft Teams Chat. Please view our directory for contact information and continue to contact individual staff members for assistance.

OIT has provided information for remote teaching resources and remote work resources, as well as remote learning resources during this ongoing situation.

 

 

Building Access

At this time, all campus buildings are locked and access is only available using a BuffOne Card. Faculty, staff and researchers should work remotely as of Wednesday, March 18, 2020 unless given approval from the program director. 

The most up-to-date information on building access and campus restrictions can be found on the Campus Building Access site. Please be sure to check the FAQ section on that page to see if your access questions have already been answered.

According to University policies and procedure, critical employees who are on campus are encouraged to take the following precautions:

  • Limit your time on campus to working as needed (e.g., remote teaching/critical research functions).
  • Remember that you should still practice social distancing (e.g., use your own office and do not congregate).
  • Be mindful that you may be responsible for cleaning your office and area (e.g., custodial work is not prioritizing your space).

Mail Distribution

With campus operations scaling down in most campus buildings due to COVID-19, the Distribution Center will also be modifying operations for distribution of mail and packages, including UPS packages. We are making these changes due to campus efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19 through social distancing and remote work arrangements, including reduced staff working onsite in our own operations. 

Last updated March 25th

  • All mail and packages, including UPS packages will be staged and sorted by UCB number at the Distribution Center, 3300 Walnut St., Unit B, with some exceptions noted below. 
    • Exceptions -- and deliveries -- will be made for critical research items that are time-sensitive or have a short shelf-life. Please call the Distribution Center at 303-492-6524 to discuss arrangements for such deliveries. 
    • The Distribution Center will be open for pickups Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Entry to the parking lot is off of 33rd Street
      • We prefer that each department designate someone to pick up mail and packages for their entire department weekly.
      • When arriving at the Distribution Center, wait in your vehicle outside, call our main number and your mail and packages will be brought out to your vehicle. 
      • Please call our main number at 303-492-6524 in advance of your arrival with your last name, UCB Number and time you plan on picking up your items. 
  • For outbound mail and packages, please drop off items at the Distribution Center, calling our main number in advance. 
  • As noted above, exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis. Please call to discuss any special arrangements that need to be made. 
  • For packages, you can check on our tracking webpage to see whether the Distribution Center has received your packages. 
  • Fed-Ex, DHL and other packages are also now being delivered to the Distribution Center.  Please call ahead as noted above for pickups. 

Parking

Faculty and staff can cancel their permits or put them on hold. If they cancel their permit, they are not guaranteed a spot in their previous parking lot when they return. If they put the permit on hold, it is on hold for a minimum of one month and their parking lot is reserved when they return. To do this, visit the parking permits web page.

Students can email Parking Services at parking@colorado.edu to request a cancellation and a refund.