In addition to providing a variety of resources and support for students, many departments within the Division of Student Affairs have services available for faculty and staff.
Faculty or staff employed at least half time on the Boulder campus are eligible for Rec Center membership, including their spouse, partner and/or dependents, as well as access to other Rec resources.
Wardenburg Health Services offers a number of services to staff and faculty for a fee, including injury/overuse screenings, physical therapy, massage, acupuncture, the Bike Fit Program and more.
CU Events Planning & Catering is your full-service planning resource for various campus or group events. Highly qualified event planners will help produce your ideal event, whether you're planning a lunch meeting, reception or graduation event.
Faculty and staff can search for and list available rentals on Ralphie’s List, CU Boulder's rental database managed by Off-Campus Housing & Neighborhood Relations. CU also offers university apartment options to faculty and staff with or without families.
The Office of Victim Assistance offers free confidential counseling, advocacy and support to all CU Boulder staff, faculty and their significant others impacted by traumatic and disruptive life events.
The Environmental Center provides the Green Office Program for faculty and staff. This educational program integrates many of CU Boulder’s campus sustainability initiatives, including transportation, purchasing, recycling and energy.
Exploring Student Affairs is a series for discovering the roles of Student Affairs on campus as a resource not only for students but also faculty and staff. Read more from Exploring Student Affairs: "Supporting students and colleagues through traumatic events," "Supporting student resiliency," "Helping students get involved," "Talking about alcohol, other drugs," "Recognizing and responding to stress," "Resources to create an inclusive learning environment," De-escalating conflict