The Department of Environmental Health and Safety at the University of Colorado Boulder works with the campus community as well as local, state, and federal agencies to ensure that all environmental health and safety hazards are appropriately addressed. Through training and consultation with campus personnel and local officials, the department commits itself to the safety of the university campus and the surrounding Boulder community.
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.
OIEC 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.
University Counsel provides legal advice to the four campuses of the University of Colorado, the Board of Regents and system administration. Additionally, the Litigation Unit provides comprehensive legal defense to the university.
We exist to create success through others as we all strive to achieve the goals and fulfill the mission of CU Boulder. We contribute leadership, ideas, and services that allow each person – whether an individual contributor or manager; a member of the faculty or staff – to do what they do…better.
Our vision is to be a strategic partner to the people we serve. Through that partnership we will achieve Campus goals, contribute to the transformative role our faculty and staff play in the future of our students, our community, and the world; and maximize the potential of every individual to be exceptional at what they do.
The mission of the Office of Compliance Services is to promote the knowledge of, and adherence to, NCAA, Pac-12, and institutional rules in the CU community, amongst University and Athletics Department staff, and also with student-athletes. Further, the Office of Compliance Services monitors such regulations, thereby reducing infractions that may otherwise occur.