APPROVAL - Get direct approval from ColoradoSPH Associate Dean Christine Gillen for the specific date(s) you need to be on campus.
TRAINING - Complete the Return to Campus training course in Skillsoft accessible through the employee portal (the training can be accessed by clicking on CU Denver | Anschutz trainings from the Skillsoft main screen).
IDENTIFICATION - Check that your employee badge is not expired; take a moment to review the expiration date on your badge which is needed to enter the building (all buildings are locked).
HEALTH SCREENING - Anyone on campus must also check in daily at one of the designated check-in points. You must complete the daily health questionnaire within one hour prior to arrival and have your confirmation email in-hand before arriving at the checkpoint. Information for specific checkpoint locations and hours is included in the daily health questionnaire once you sign in with your university credentials.
Please note: It is recommended that you have the health questionnaire website pulled up on your phone web browser; this form must be filled out prior to arriving at the checkpoint. The health screening form website is: https://covidcheckpoint.cuanschutz.edu/.
ColoradoSPH at CU Anschutz employees who are working remotely are required to register on our remote workforce site.
Fall 2020 announcement: Continuation of remote/online teaching at CU Anschutz and ColoradoSPH at UNC; CSU to resume in-person classesEmployees whose home campus is CU Anschutz can access additional resources and services, such as 1:1 consultations, to transition to remote instruction. These services are offered by the Office of Digital Education, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, and Thinq Studio. Check the remote teaching resource hub for more information and updates.
Online Webinars & Workshops for Enhanced Online/Remote Instruction
ColoradoSPH Faculty Senate approved the adoption of an optional Pass/No Pass Policy for Spring 2020 that aligns with a policy released recently through the Provost’s Office. After students receive their letter grades for the semester, they will have the option to switch to P+/P/NP through June 5, 2020. The P+/P/NP grades will not be calculated into the GPA. See the full policy here.