The Office of Faculty Affairs and Undergraduate Enrichment coordinates a variety of activities associated with faculty and academic-related processes on the UC Denver Downtown Denver Campus and Anschutz Medical Campus.
Faculty Affairs Services and Activities
Reappointment, Tenure and Promotion
The office of Faculty Affairs and Undergraduate Enrichment assists faculty and academic officers with evaluation procedures consistent with the CU Faculty Handbook and the Regents' laws and policies. The office coordinates the two Vice Chancellor's Advisory Committees for RTP which advise the Provost on matters of faculty promotion, tenure and comprehensive reviews on the Denver and Anschutz Medical Campuses.
Hires with Tenure
Outside hires with tenure processes are coordinated with the schools and colleges and the office of Faculty Affairs and Undergraduate Enrichment.
Post Tenure Review and Professional Plans
Post-tenure review (PTR) is required of all tenured faculty at five-year intervals. The reviews are conducted by primary units and PTR reports are submitted to the office of Faculty Affairs and Undergraduate Enrichment.
The office of Faculty Affairs and Undergraduate Enrichment assists with the completion and approval of sabbatical applications on both campuses.
Academic Agenda for Board of Regents
The office of Faculty Affairs and Undergraduate Enrichment prepares all academic-related items for submission to the Board of Regents.
Faculty Report of Professional Activities (FRPA)
The Faculty Report of Professional Activities (FRPA) describes the yearly accomplishments of faculty, on the Downtown Denver Campus.
The office of Faculty Affairs and Undergraduate Enrichment follows the Regent Policy 5-L on Approved Faculty Titles in requesting a designation of emeritus/emerita status for retired faculty members. All emeritus/emerita requests are approved by the Chancellor.
Maymester is offered May 17th through June 4th, 2010. Maymester is one of the summer terms and gives students and instructors the opportunity to focus intently on one subject at a time.