Additional information for student consumers may be found here: http://www.uccs.edu/about/consumer.html
From the University of Colorado Board of Regents:
“The Laws of the Regents Article 1, Part D, makes members of the university community responsible for understanding and upholding the highest standards of legal and ethical conduct. The Principles of Ethical Behavior as outlined are not intended to be a comprehensive catalogue of all university rules and policies. Rather, these principles set forth the underlying expectations regarding the conduct and activities of university employees.”
Mission of the Team: The Student Response Team will assess and coordinate responses to significant campus situations and events involving University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) students, which require intervention in order to assist the community and its members to return to a more balanced equilibrium. These events may include: death or significant trauma, problematic student situations involving medical or psychological concerns, and campus emergency situations that directly affect the well-being of students. The Student Response Team has the authority to respond and coordinate intervention to all student crisis incidents with the concurrence of the Chancellor.
Issues of inappropriate student conduct are referred to the Dean of Students. Allegations of criminal wrong doing will be referred to the campus police. Allegations of sexual harassment and/or discrimination shall be referred to the Office of Institutional Equity in accordance with university policy.
For Disability Access and Accommodation needs, please follow the appropriate link below:
STUDENTS: Disability Services: http://www.uccs.edu/dservice/index.html
STAFF: Human Resources: http://www.uccs.edu/hrcompliance/uccs-disability-access-and-accommodation.html
- Disability Access and Accommodation Policy (300-021)
- UCCS Department of Public Safety: Disabled Parking
- Policy 10.M: Commitment to Needs of Persons with Disabilities
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
- US Department of Education- Section 504: Protecting Students with Disabilities
This policy (and associated procedures) outlines the requirements for internal approval of all certificate programs; it does not supersede or replace external processes, compliance, or reporting beyond UCCS (e.g., CU Board of Regents, US Department of Education, Colorado Department of Higher Education, Higher Learning Commission, etc.).
This document establishes the framework for operation of the extended studies programs at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS). All units engaged in extended studies activities, as defined below, are governed by these policies and procedures.
It is the policy of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs Police Department (“UCCS PD”) to ensure the safety of the University through a system of warnings and exclusions. These warnings and exclusions are intended to provide reasonable protection to the University community as well as provide notice to those individuals accused of violating the Laws and Policies of the Regents, University rules, regulations, and policies, or local, state, and federal laws.
The University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS or University) has a vital interest in maintaining a safe, healthy and productive work and academic environment for its employees, students, and the public. As such, UCCS complies with the federal Drug Free Schools and Communities Act, the Drug Free Schools and Campuses Regulations, the Drug Free Workplace Act, the Controlled Substances Act, the drug and alcohol regulations mandated by the Federal Highway Administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation, and other applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations.
This policy applies to crowdfunding and/or crowdsourcing projects associated with the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (“UCCS” or “University”), whether through a University platform or through a third-party crowdfunding or crowdsourcing vendor, portal or service provider.
The University’s “General Policy regarding Computer and Electronics Disposal” sets certain guidelines and restrictions for the use and disposal of computers and electronics by any member of the university community be they faculty, retired faculty, administrator, professional exempt staff, classified staff, temporary employee, student, contractor or any individual or company using university property, equipment or resources.