Adjunct employment resources

Employee ID
All employees of the university must carry their university ID while on campus. Please visit VCUCard Online for information on how to receive your ID.

In addition to receiving your VCU ID, it is important to make sure you have building access to any facility where you will be teaching or meeting. After hours building access is done by programming your VCU ID. Please contact your respective department for access to classroom and departmental facilities. For building access to ALC, please contact Enoch Hale at with any questions.

Employee email
Your respective department should provide you with the necessary access to email services, but each faculty member, staff member and student at VCU receives a email address, which is the official address for communication. Please visit for more information.

Teaching Evaluation
Individual departments manage and define the evaluation protocol and processes for all faculty. Additionally, contact the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence to explore supplemental teaching evaluation opportunities.

VCU Technology Services provides assistance with all technological needs. Technology Services also offers consultation, orientation and training for teaching with Blackboard and other teaching tools. ALT Lab offers weekly workshops for online teaching. The ALT Lab also offers consultations for technologically enhanced active learning.

Meeting/office space
Adjunct meeting and office space is available in the Academic Learning Commons at 1000 Floyd Ave, Suite 4102. These offices are available on a first come first serve basis. It is a place to quietly work or meet with students. Please contact Enoch Hale at with any questions.

The VCU Division of Student Affairs provides information about campus safety and distressed students here

For VCU Police and immediate assistance, please call (804) 828-1234. You may also visit the VCU Police webpage.

For VCU Counseling, please visit the University Counseling Services webpage. University Counseling Services also offers critical training for VCU faculty and staff called “At-Risk.” This valuable training provides faculty with information and techniques for approaching and motivating their students. 

Title IX
All VCU faculty members are considered responsible employees and required to know and adhere by the Sexual Misconduct/Violence and Sex/Gender Discrimination policy. Faculty members are also required to undergo mandatory Title IX training. Please visit the Equity and Access Services for more information on the policy, reporting incidents, resources and process.

Students with disabilities
Please visit Disability Support Services for more information about accommodating students with disabilities.

Military students
Please visit Military Student Services for information about services available to students serving in the military and veterans.