This summer, colleges, schools, and administrative units have started a soft return to the office to prepare for on-campus operations during the fall 2021 semester. Faculty are welcome to resume most on-campus research and creative activities at any time, though it is understood many members of faculty are not under contract during the summer months.
For faculty who have questions about teaching different types of course formats in the fall, several campus partners are hosting academic technology trainings. For additional technology help, you can schedule a time to meet with an expert. If you have access or enrollment questions or need help from a Canvas expert, contact the OIT Service Desk 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday.
Further information regarding faculty's return to campus for the fall 2021 semester will be communicated in the weeks ahead.
Under the latest health guidance, there are no longer physical distancing requirements. Daily safety protocols differ depending on your vaccination status. All individuals vaccinated or not must wear face coverings in classrooms, elevators, restrooms, and residence halls.
June and July: The CU Building and Business School garages both offer free parking on a first-come-first-serve basis. During this time, permit holders will not have assigned spaces, but will have access to spaces in either garage. The Lawrence Street Center garage will remain reserved parking, with space numbers assigned to each permit holder; however, there is currently a waitlist for available spots. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the waitlist.
August: Parking fees for all garages will resume on August 1, 2021. Monthly parking deductions will be made in arrears instead of in advance of the month, and the first billing date will be August 31. A new, part-time rate of $85 per month will allow for up to 10 days per month of parking. If you canceled your parking at the CU Building and Business School garages, you will need to resubmit the CU Denver Parking Agreement for your permit to be reinstated.
Overflow Parking: Visit the Auraria Campus Parking website for additional parking options, rates, and the AHEC parking map.
For research and creative activities (RCA), faculty must follow all posted requirements in RCA spaces, such as laboratories or studios. Any questions or concerns can be directed to each school or college's RCA coordinator: