XII. STAFF RESOURCES
At any time during your career with Colorado College, you may have the need for guidance and support related to your employment or related to personal circumstances. At such times, you are encouraged to contact any of the following resources.
Human Resources – HR is available to assist staff with concerns that are impacting their success at the college whether it is a need for clarification on a policy or assistance in dealing with challenging personalities in the workplace. HR staff can provide counsel on resolving conflict, effective communication strategies, and creating positive work relationships.
Title IX Coordinator – The Title IX Coordinator is a resource to staff who believe they have been discriminated against because of gender.
Staff Council – Comprised of representatives from across the college, Staff Council acts to promote the interests of all staff and advises the President and campus leadership on matters that impact staff.
Ombuds Office – The ombuds office provides a confidential resource for staff who wish to discuss concerns or obtain information about college policies and processes.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The EAP provides short term counseling, crisis services, and legal/financial services to staff, their spouses/domestic partners, and dependent children.
Chaplains’ Office – The chaplains’ office fosters the life of the spirit by inviting authentic spiritual exploration and meaningful religious commitment.