Welcome to the Academic Affairs Faculty Resources web page. This page serves to provide new faculty with information about the UCCS campus, policies, and resources. While this page focuses on what new faculty need to know, we hope that all faculty will find this resource useful throughout their UCCS careers.
- Faculty Resource Center
- Excel Centers
Students at the University of Colorado have a network of five Project Excel Learning Centers available to help them succeed and excel in every aspect of their academic careers.
- First Year Experience & Transfer Student Connections
The Office of First Year Experience offers transitional, academic and student development support services to all freshmen and transfer students.
- Gateway Program Seminar
The Gateway Program Seminar helps prepare entering students for an exciting and successful college experience.
- The Graduate School
- Information Technology
- Kraemer Family Library
- Chancellor's Leadership Class
Selective undergraduate leadership development program.
- Online and Academic Outreach
Each Academic College at UCCS has an Extended Studies department that can offer a wide range of programs including online degrees, certificate programs, academic credit courses, non-credit courses, and a variety of other special programs.
- Education Abroad
Resource for faculty and students wanting to develop or participate in global ed programs.
- Honors Program
The UCCS Honors Program serves rigorously trained students who share a desire to become intentional learners.
- Diversity and Inclusiveness
- Department Organization Charts
- Faculty Records
- Institutional Research
Data analysis and demographic patterns among UCCS students and employees
- Parking and Transportation
- Public Safety
- University Advancement
To find help with marketing, graphic design, logos, public relations, governmental affairs, alumni relations or special events
- University Information Systems (CU)
- Ombuds Program
Serving students, faculty, staff and administration with informal, neutral, confidential problem resolution
- Admissions and Records
- Student Success
- Veteran and Military Student Affairs
- Dean of Students Office
The Office of the Dean of Students serves as a link between individual students, student government, and the various academic and administrative offices of the university. It is also responsible for student conduct and judicial affairs on campus.
- Mental Health Services
Assisting students with their academic success when personal matters may be interfering with or complicating students' efforts.
- Multicultural Office for Student Access, Inclusiveness & Community M.O.S.A.I.C
MOSAIC is a safe and inclusive hub that encourages and nurtures effective engagement across social identities, cultures, experiences, and viewpoints so all students can develop self-knowledge, understanding and appreciation of others, while achieving academic and personal growth.