Overview

As a CU Boulder employee, you have access to many resources on campus. The following list provides links to important resources available to you. For a complete list of CU Boulder departments, see the CU Boulder A to Z Directory.

Campus resources every employee should know about:

The Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance is committed to preventing and eliminating discrimination and harassment based on race, color, national origin, pregnancy, sex, age, disability, creed, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, political affiliation, or political philosophy at the University of Colorado Boulder.  

At the University of Colorado Boulder, individuals with disabilities are entitled to access, support, and when appropriate, reasonable accommodations.

The Office of Victim Assistance offers free and confidential information, consultation, support, advocacy, and short-term counseling to students, faculty, and staff at the University of Colorado Boulder.

The Faculty and Staff Assistance Program is dedicated to serving the emotional and psychological needs of the campus community. FSAP offers brief counseling, crisis support, and referral services to CU Boulder-campus faculty and staff members. Employee receive an intake session plus six counseling sessions.

The Ombuds Office is a confidential, impartial, informal and independent problem-solving and conflict resolution resource for all members of the University community.

The Office of Faculty Affairs coordinates a variety of activities associated with faculty life and academic programming on the Boulder campus.

Student Employment helps CU Boulder students find on- and off- campus jobs, and helps CU Boulder colleges and departments as well as local employers hire CU Boulder students.

The Vice Chancellor for Research provides the infrastructure and administrative support necessary to promote and sustain our highly productive faculty and research programs.

Staff Council represents staff employees of the Boulder campus by serving as a liaison to the UCB administration by recommending proposals designed to improve the status and protect the rights of staff employees and by fostering community engagement and enhancing employee morale.

The BFA is proactively building engagement by putting in place initiatives that provide every member of the faculty with the opportunity to have their voice heard and participate in building the CU community.

CU Boulder Today provides the latest university news, highlighted events and campus community information from university leadership and academic and administrative units across the campus.

  • News Email Blasts 

The CU Boulder Today is the campus email news digest. The faculty and staff edition is delivered daily via email to CU Boulder employees. 

Snapshot of CU Boulder Today Email Digest

You can play a vital role in helping to ensure CU Boulder is a safe place to live and work. Take a moment know and follow the university's safety policies and procedures.

Keep your emergency notification information up-to-date for real-time information about campus closures, extreme weather and other emergencies—sent straight to your mobile via our text messaging service. 

The academic calendar is the main resource for important dates and deadlines for all things related to the academic semesters.

The calendar of holidays that the campus is closed for. 

The events calendar is the main resource for all events taking place on the CU Boulder campus.

Parking and Transportation Services is responsible for the construction, maintenance, enforcement and administration of most of the university's existing and new parking facilities, customer service, business operations and providing staffing and traffic coordination plans for thousands of annual campus events.