Student Employment

Student Employment (300-020)

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.


Five-Year Comprehensive Evaluations

Five-Year Comprehensive Evaluations (300-019)

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.

Working Title Changes for Vice Chancellors and Associate Vice Chancellors

Working Title Changes for Vice Chancellors and Associate Vice Chancellors (300-018)

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.

Affirmative Action

The University of Colorado ensures equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants for employment at the University of Colorado.

 In accordance with applicable federal and state law, and Article 10 of the Laws of the Regents, the University of Colorado does not engage in employment discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, creed, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

The University of Colorado Colorado Springs educational programs, activities, and services offered to students and/or employees are nondiscriminatory and consistent with State affirmative action guidelines, as well as with Federal laws and orders.

In addition, the University of Colorado takes affirmative action to employ and advance in employment qualified women, people of color, individuals with disabilities, and veterans. The University of Colorado takes affirmative action pursuant to its obligations as a federal contractor under the following federal laws and regulations: Executive Order 11246, the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, as amended, Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and the federal regulations found at 41 CFR §§ 60-2, 60-250, 60-300 and 60-741.

For information about the UCCS Strategic Plan for Diversity and for training in this area, contact the office of the Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity at 719-255-3203. For a copy of the Affirmative Action Plan, please visit:


Regent Policy 10A: Discrimination/Affirmative Action–General Policy Statement and Long-Range Goals

Professional Exempt Staff and Faculty

Below are select links pertaining to Professional Exempt and Faculty Employment at UCCS. For additional information, please visit the Human Resources webpage:

Search and Hire Procedures

Annual Performance Ratings for Exempt Professionals/University Staff:

Annual Performance Ratings for Faculty:

Classified Staff

Below are select links pertaining to Classified Employment at UCCS. For additional information, please visit the Human Resources webpage:

Responsible Party: Human Resources Office, 719-255-3372 or


Related policies:


Classified Staff Compensation Policy 300-001

Classified Staff Layoff Policy 300-015

Outside Employment

From the State Personnel System Employee Handbook (PDF):

I.D.4: Outside Employment

It is expected that your state job will be your principal employment. Outside employment, either with another state department or an employer other than the state, or other activity (business transactions or ownership, volunteer positions, etc.) that is or could be perceived as incompatible with the duties and responsibilities of your state position is prohibited. You must get advance written approval from your appointing authority before engaging in outside employment. Failure to obtain approval before beginning outside employment may result in corrective or disciplinary action.

Primary Contact: Human Resources, 719-255-3372 or


Outside Employment, Request for Approval (Classified and University Staff) (Word)

Outside Employment, Request for Approval of Additional Remuneration (for full time faculty in accordance with the One-Sixth Rule) (Word)