CU Anschutz Medical Campus leadership is committed to providing a vibrant work environment that not only meets our business needs but also provides flexible work options.
This page provides information about faculty, staff, and student employee flexible work arrangements, including applicable policies, support guides, and resources for managing hybrid/remote arrangements.
The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Alternate Work Arrangements policy was recently revised and approved. This policy replaces the old Alternative Work Arrangements policy. The new electronic process replaces the former paper Flexplace Participation form. The policy was effective effective September 7, 2021, for the Anschutz Medical Campus and Consolidated Units. After September 1, 2021, documentation for employee remote work arrangements as provided for under that policy is required. To comply with the policy, employees need to submit new remote work requests using the Remote Work Participation Agreement Form.
If you are submitting this form as part of an accommodation request under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), you must first contact HR.ADAcoordinator@cuanschutz.edu
For additional questions, please reach out to your department's Human Resources Business Partner.
Please note: The decision on 12-month Faculty for CU Anschutz was made together between the leadership of the schools and administration.
Submission of these forms will aid in university space planning and will ensure the university has documentation of all employees who are working remotely on a regular basis.
Following is an outline of the actions required by Supervisors and Department Approvers/Unit Human Resources Business Partners to either approve, deny, or revoke/terminate a remote work request.
Technology, services, and resources you need to work from home or on campusRemote, Hybrid, and On-Campus Working
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To be submitted by Employees
To be submitted by Supervisors or Department Approvers/Unit Human Resources Business Partners.