Statement on Work/Life Flexibility
It is a constant challenge to balance the many facets of our lives. The University of Connecticut is committed to providing an educational and working environment for students, faculty, and staff that recognizes the demands of study, work, and personal life, and promotes flexibility in meeting these demands. read more
Work/Life Oversight Committee
The Work/Life Oversight Committee's mission is to promote a culture of balanced work and life for University of Connecticut faculty, staff, and students, through the review, development and implementation of policies and programs. The Committee reports to the President's Office, Rachel Rubin, President's Chief of Staff, and meets twice a semester. read more
Caring About "U"Conn
A program that delivers seminars and workshops on topics of personal interest to faculty and staff. Learn about the upcoming events in the Organization and Staff Development (OSD) Caring About "U" page.
The University of Connecticut Work/Life Connections page is meant to serve as a resource guide providing a number of useful links. These links do not constitute an endorsement of these organizations or their programs by the university. The University of Connecticut is not responsible for the content of the individual web pages found at these external links.