|Facilities Services Department (719-255-3313)|
One stop location for anything related to Facilities Services Department. Information and links for Planning, Master Plan, Physical Plant, Mail & Shipping. Links to the Construction Gateway, maps and floor plans of campus, update form for facilities work request/facility management database, and work request web site.
|Faculty Assembly (719-255-4334)|
Faculty assembly information, and links.
|Faculty Grading (719-255-3361)|
What's new with grading? Help with using CUSIS and doing online grading.
|Faculty Minority Affairs Committee (719-255-3817)|
The FMAC Faculty Minority Affairs Committee is a standing committee of the Faculty Assembly dediicated to social justice issues and institutional change.
|Faculty Page |
Informational page for faculty and staff.
|Faculty Records Manager (719-255-3628)|
FACULTY & PROFESSIONAL EXEMPT PERSONNEL INFORMATION
|Faculty Resource Center (FRC) (719-255-4872)|
The mission of the Faculty Resource Center is to provide faculty with the instructional resources and support to explore and implement innovative teaching practices. The Center provides consultation, programs, training, and support.
|Family Development Center (719-255-3483)|
Family Development Center offers quality early childhood programs for children of university students, faculty, staff, and the community at large.
|Finals Schedule : (719-255-3380)|
Final Exam Schedule
|Finals Schedule : Spring 2008 |
|Finance 470 (Prism) |
Student Investment Fund
|Finance Degree - College of Business |
Encompassing both the science and the art of managing money and investments. The finance curriculum covers three primary areas: financial management, financial markets and institutions and investments.
|Financial Aid (719-255-3460)|
UCCS Office of Financial Aid/Student Employment
|Financial Services for Students (719-255-3391)|
|First Year Experience (719-255-3688)|
Are your grades what you hoped they would be this semester? What can you do to improve your grades?
This website is designed to answer those questions. Use the links to find resources to help you earn the grades you want.
|Freshman Seminar |
Freshman Seminar at UCCS helps prepare entering students for an exciting and successful college experience. ID 101 is an innovative, three credit, multidisciplinary course that helps students succeed in college by refining their speaking, writing, and technology skills, build relationships with faculty and other students, and integrating into academic life.
|Friends & Donors Page |
Informational page for donors and friends
|Fundamentals of Computer and Network Security |
CS591 class web site. Include class info, class lesson material, homework assignments, related resource/references.
|Fundraising - Dr. Barbara Swaby Endowed Professorship (719-538-4480)|
Dr. Barbara Swaby is a national advocate for reading and literacy. She has been changing lives one child at a time. For more than 30 years, she has worked with thousands of children through her free reading evaluations and her free reading clinics. Her contributions and accomplishments span the local, state, national, and international levels. Dr. Swaby is the author of several articles, two college textbooks, two teacher workbooks, and a set of whole language readers and children\'s books. She has helped to develop Functional and Critical Reading and Reading Comprehension Subtests for National Assessment Testing. She serves on numerous committees, including Education Grievance, Seach Committees, and Evaluation and Admissions.