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Staff Council Nominations Now Open - Nominate someone today

Jan. 24, 2022

We are accepting nominations for 2022-2023 Staff Council now through February 11th. Benefits of serving on Staff Council include: Professional development, networking with staff and administration from all over the University, opportunities to make a real impact on the lives of over 4,000 staff and gaining a better understanding of University functions, benefits, and organization

Letter To Staff Community Regarding Marshall and Middle Fork Fires

Jan. 3, 2022

We hope this message finds you and your family healthy and safe during this difficult time. The Marshall and Middlefork fires have forced tens of thousands to evacuate, while destroying hundreds of homes in its path. As chairs of Staff Council, we would like to express our support and offer our assistance and advocacy to our staff community who have been impacted by the fire.

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Buffs Together - A Letter from Your New Chairs!

Aug. 23, 2021

Welcome to Fall semester! This past year was like no other. As we look ahead to another academic year, we are preparing ourselves and working to drive the university forward. We would like to reiterate our commitment to helping shape CU Boulder to be a better place for all staff everyday.

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HR Answers Your Winter Break Questions

June 1, 2021

What will Winter Break look like this year? Winter break will run from Dec. 25 through Jan. 1. This includes three university holidays on three of the five weekdays during the break. The remaining two days of the break will require using two days of personal leave (vacation, comp time,...

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Campus Winter Break - A Letter from HR and Staff Council

June 1, 2021

Dear Staff, Human Resources and Staff Council have received inquiries and comments about the recently announced winter break. Some have expressed gratitude and others have expressed concern about the intention and implications of offering a weeklong break at the end of the year. For those who expressed concern, we want...

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Staff Council Election Results, Meet Your New 2021 Representatives

June 1, 2021

The candidates made their cases and staff cast their ballots. The Elections Committee verified the outcomes and presented them to the full Council for a vote of approval. The results are now official. Staff Council is proud to announce the winners for each of the open positions for the 2021-2022...

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Staff Council Statement About the King Soopers Shooting

April 14, 2021

We mourn the lives lost from our community on March 22nd. The impacts of this violence extend beyond those who lost their lives that day. All of us in the CU, Boulder, and greater Front Range communities have been affected. We are each still grieving. Our community is still grieving. It’s going to take a long time to work through this grief. You matter on this campus; in a time when it feels challenging to take a break away from your day-to-day responsibilities, this is a reminder we have resources and a community of staff to support you at any time.

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Leadership Transitions on CU Boulder Staff Council

March 9, 2021

As we continue to push forward in our transparency and open conversation, we want to bring to light the following individuals who have transitioned to new officer roles to support Staff Council initiatives for the remainder of the 2020-2021 academic year.


Vote for your Staff Council representatives today - voting ends March 23rd!

March 9, 2021

Boulder Campus Staff Council elections are officially in progress! Every spring you have the opportunity to elect CU Boulder staff members interested in representing your voice. Voting for Staff Council is one way to ensure you are well-represented.

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Family Care: Staff Council Survey Results

Jan. 27, 2021

Child care is foundational to our economy. Without it, many parents cannot work or reach their career potential. As child care programs rapidly closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, the degree to which work is enabled by child care became obvious, particularly for the large percentage of employees parenting a child while working remotely.