Thank you to all of our faculty and staff who have continued to deliver the high quality work that makes CU Denver exceptional. While the world around us has changed dramatically, your commitment to your colleagues, to students, and to the community remains unparalleled.
Through careful planning, we have enabled a limited return to campus consistent with guidelines from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and the Colorado Department of Higher Education. We have put in place comprehensive safety protocols for on-campus operations, particularly for the nearly 700 classes that have components of on-campus instruction. Schools/colleges, student services and resource units, and central administrative units will operate according to approved Unit Safe Return Plans that minimize the spread of COVID-19 while allowing the unit to appropriately serve its constituencies.
Many of our faculty and staff will continue to work remotely for the time being. If you are planning to return to campus, please follow these steps:
For information including employee resources, websites, and forms, visit Human Resources and scroll to COVID-19 Resources. For employees with concerns about returning to campus due to underlying medical conditions that either they have, or someone in their household has, fill out a workplace adjustment form.
Remember, if you have been diagnosed with COVID-19, are experiencing symptoms, or have been recently exposed to someone with COVID-19, please stay home. Find more information on the university’s COVID-19 website.
We are striving to make our parking garages more accessible to employees who need to be on campus, while also being considerate of cost and availability for employees only working part-time on campus. Find information on active, new, or cancelling parking permits, parking garage options and rates, and daily parking on Auraria campus.
The Teaching and Learning Implementation Team created a guide for faculty that centralizes information and resources. The guide offers learning resources, information for returning to campus, technology support, compliance and safety protocols, information to share with students, and more.
Limited research and creative activities are authorized to be on campus or in the field/off-campus following approval from the campus RCA Return Committee.
If you require access to space or equipment on campus or need to apply to conduct travel related to critical university research and creative activities, contact your school or college RCA Return Coordinator, complete the appropriate application, and follow the guidelines provided.
University-related international and domestic travel is currently suspended. To conduct field and off-campus work supporting critical research and creative activities under university coverage, you must complete the following application and appropriate approvals before any travel begins.
Before completing the application, review details on application and approval processes, administrative requirements, and safety protocols.