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
The University’s policy on Student Employment sets certain requirements, restrictions, and guidelines for the employment of UCCS students utilizing any University of Colorado financial source (i.e., fund, speedtype) regardless of whether the student is engaged in work on campus or off campus. This policy is in compliance with the Internal Revenue Service which considers the University of Colorado, which includes the Anschutz, Boulder, Denver, and Colorado Springs campuses as well as the CU system office as one employer. Additional procedures regarding student employment are available in the UCCS Student Employment Handbook located on the Student Employment website.
The purpose of this policy is to outline the UCCS campus practice and process for completion of five-year comprehensive evaluations of the performance of vice chancellors, deans of schools, colleges and libraries, vice provosts and associate vice chancellors by the Chancellor or supervising authority, as applicable.
The purpose of this policy is to establish a procedure for eligible vice chancellors and associate vice chancellors to receive a title change. This policy does not apply to a promotion of a vice chancellor or associate vice chancellor because of a permanent change in job duties or responsibilities resulting in a pay increase, but is intended as recognition for meritorious service. This policy only applies to employees holding an Associate Vice Chancellor or Vice Chancellor title.
The purpose of this policy is to define compensation principles for faculty.
The purpose of this policy is to establish and determine compensation strategies for Officers and University Staff as outlined in Regent Policy 11.
Below are select links pertaining to Professional Exempt and Faculty Employment at UCCS. For additional information, please visit the Human Resources webpage: http://www.uccs.edu/hr
Annual Performance Ratings for Exempt Professionals/University Staff:
Annual Performance Ratings for Faculty:
Below are select links pertaining to Classified Employment at UCCS. For additional information, please visit the Human Resources webpage: http://www.uccs.edu/hr
Responsible Party: Human Resources Office, 719-255-3372 or email@example.com
Office of Institutional Equity (formerly Office of Discrimination and Harassment)
The office investigates allegations of discrimination, harassment and related retaliation based upon an individual’s Protected Class. This office does not have the authority to impose discipline. The appointing authority is the disciplinary authority for an employee respondent. The Office of the Dean of Students is the disciplinary authority for student respondents (719-255-3091).
For the UCCS campus, the OIE Officers are appointed by the Chancellor. All allegations of harassment or discrimination by faculty, staff or students are investigated by the Office of Insitutional Equity. The Officers may appoint an investigator to conduct the investigations. Contact the Office of Institutional Equity to schedule an appointment at 719-255-4324 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Office of Institutional Equity is located in the Academic Office Building in Room 528 and 530.
UCCS Department of Public Safety: http://www.uccs.edu/asr/sexual-harassment-policy.html
University of Colorado Regent Policy: