This policy addresses the award of multi-year contracts and letters of intent for non-tenure-track faculty (NTTF) in compliance with the University of Colorado APS 5053 and Colorado House Bills 12-1144 and HB 14-1256.
This policy addresses the assignment of space for academic purposes at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS). This Policy is subordinate to UCCS Policy 400-001 Scheduling & Use of University Facilities & Physical Space.
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.
Consistent with the Laws of the Regents and University of Colorado Administrative Policy Statements, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has adopted a Student Academic Ethics Code and a campus policy and procedures designed to provide appropriate implementation and due process for those accused of violating the Code.
The purpose of the Campus Class attendance guidelines is to provide guidelines for faculty and students regarding class attendance at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs.
Consistent with University of Colorado Administrative Policy Statements, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has adopted campus policies and procedures designed to provide a framework for colleges’ efforts to insure that untenured faculty have access to appropriate mentoring.
Tenure is granted with the expectation of continued professional growth and ongoing productivity in teaching, research/creative work, clinical activity, and service. Thus, every tenured faculty member has a duty to maintain professional competence. The purposes of post-tenure review (PTR) are: (1) to facilitate continued faculty development, consistent with the academic needs and goals of the University and the most effective use of institutional resources; and (2) to ensure professional accountability by a regular, comprehensive evaluation of every tenured faculty member’s performance.
This policy is to codify the Faculty Assembly relationship with the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS) Administration. For the purposes of this policy, the term “Faculty Assembly” is the faculty governing body of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and it includes faculty who have at least a 50% faculty appointment, the Faculty Assembly Officers, and the Faculty Assembly Representatives from each college and the library as defined by the University of Colorado Faculty Assembly Constitution and Bylaws. This policy will be reviewed every three years.
The Board of Regents may decide to discontinue an academic program for educational, strategic, and/or financial reasons. This policy sets forth the process for making recommendations to the Board of Regents for program discontinuance in conjunction with the System Administrative Policy Statement entitled: “Program Discontinuance Policies as Adopted by the Board of Regents and Administrative Guidelines for Implementing Program Discontinuance Policies.”