Working at U of M Crookston

We are committed to attracting, retaining, and developing our talent. Every employee plan an important role in achieving the University's teaching, research and outreach mission.

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Angie Berlinger - is the Crookston Campus's New Health Coach

University Employee Self-Service

Union and Bargaining Unit Information

University Contracts

  • University Education Association
  • Civil Service Rules
  • Unit 3 - Teamsters Union Local 320 Agreement
  • Unit 6 - AFSCME Locals 3800 & 3801 Council 6, AFL-CIO Agreement
  • Unit 7 - AFSCME Locals 3937 & 3801 Council 6, AFL-CIO Agreement

Seniority Rosters

Graduate Assistants

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Professional Development Opportunities and Forms

Reporting Forms

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Anonymous Reporting Service for the University of Minnesota The University of Minnesota recognizes its obligation to its faculty, staff and the community to maintain the highest ethical standards. To facilitate this process the University has chosen Ethical Advocate to provide you with an anonymous way to report activities that may be violations of the University's policies or other laws, rules and regulations.

Learn More, Make A Report Or Follow Up On A Report

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - Mental Health

Mental Health Resources for Employees

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides confidential professional consultation and referral services to address any personal or work concern that may be affecting your wellbeing. You can receive up to eight sessions per issue at no cost.


EAP is available to all benefits-eligible employees on all system campuses. Your spouse and dependent children are also eligible for EAP services.

EAP counseling and consultation for work or personal concerns:

  • Job concerns and work productivity
  • Personal, interpersonal, and work relationships
  • Conflict resolution
  • Family issues
  • Adjustment to grief/loss or change
  • Coping with stress
  • Mental health
  • Chemical health

Scheduling an Appointment

Call 1-877-295-8939 to request services or visit

If you have an urgent need, please call Lyra at 1-877-295-8939 to speak with a member of the Care Navigation team for in-the-moment support. This is available 24/7.

Counseling and consultation services are available virtually, via telephone, or in-person with a professional counselor. You can schedule appointments with counselors at a location convenient for you across greater Minnesota.


Additional Resources

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