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Professional Administrative Staff Council

The Professional Administrative Staff Council (PASC) was established in 1986 to advise the University on matters relevant to its constituents and to participate in University governance. It is the mission of the Council to advocate for and to provide a systematic means for professional staff to communicate with the various elements of the University community, as well as with other professional administrative staff.


PASC and CSC recognize Employees

Congratulations to all of our service milestones, retirees and our 2018 PASC Employee of the Year, Alta Herndon. Staff were recognized at the annual Employee Recognition Banquet, a joint event hosted by Professional Administrative Staff Council and Classified Staff Council. 

5 Year Service Awardees

10 Year Service Awardees

15 Year Service Awardees

20 Year Service Awardees

30 Year Service Awardees


Classified Staff Employee of the Year Nominees with winner

Professional Administrative Staff Employee of the Year Nominees

Transportation Open house 

The University of Northern Colorado is updating the Transportation, Parking, and Circulation components of its Campus Facilities Master Plan.

Continued enrollment growth and the construction of the Campus Commons has created new parking and circulation challenges for the Campus. In this update, the University is evaluating:

1) Parking supply, demand, and management alternatives;
2) Traffic circulation;
3) Pedestrian and bicycle circulation;
4) Transit service (Boomerang); and,
5) Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Technics.

The open house is Tuesday, April 17 from 11am - 2pm in the UC Panorama Room. 

Bear Pantry Food Drive March 26 to April 10 

From March 26 to April 10, PASC will collect non-perishable food and other household items for UNC's Bear Pantry, which supports UNC students who are struggling to buy food or other personal items. All employees are invited to contribute to students in need by placing donations in marked bins across campus. As an incentive, the side of campus that brings in the most donations will be acknowledged at a Roma’s pizza party upon completion of the drive.

The items most needed are: rice, pasta and pasta sauce, feminine hygiene products, toilet paper and toiletries.

Central Campus Drop-off Locations
Carter Hall, Kepner Hall, Gunter Hall, Frasier Hall, University Center (make sure you put your items in the Central Campus box)

West Campus Drop-off Locations
Michener Library, Ross Hall, Candelaria Hall, Campus Recreation Center, University Center (make sure you put your items in the West Campus box)

The winner will be determined by weight, with monetary donations counted at $1 = 1 pound.

You can make a monetary donation to the Bear Pantry here

Contact Us

For additional information regarding PASC, contact a member of the Executive Council: