Your Skycard is your Employee ID, your Library card, as well as your ticket into athletic events. Advantages include significant discounts to the Durango Transit bus service and 20% discount at the FLC Skystore (except textbooks). Should you take advantage of an employee meal plan, Campus Dining website, Student Life Center membership or Outdoor Pursuits membership, you will need to present your SkyCard to access those services.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Fort Lewis College offers two Employee Assistance Programs to all regular employees. The program is also available to dependents of eligible employees. This service provides up to 6-8 free counseling sessions per employee/dependent, per fiscal year. If the participating employee/dependents need to have more counseling sessions, they will be required to pay for extra services personally. Employees can feel secure in knowing that their identities are kept confidential, no person at Fort Lewis College will know they participated in the program. Other work/life benefits provided through EAP include financial information and coaching, childcare or eldercare consultation and referrals, interpersonal skills with co-workers or family, consultation for legal problems not related to employment and unlimited access to information.  

Off-Campus appointments are available at Mercy Medical Center through Profile EAP. To make an appointment call 970-764-3760 or visit the Profile EAP website.  Employees will have to present college IDs or a pay stub to verify employment and eligibility for the benefit.

Another Employee Assistance Program is available through the state of Colorado. On-Campus appointments are available by calling The State of Colorado Program (C-SEAP) at 800-821-8154 or visit the C-SEAP website.

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On-Campus Child and Family Center

The Campbell Child and Family Center is an early care and education program with high quality staff. Employees who have children ages 1 year to 5 years of age can enroll their children in this on-campus childcare program. For pricing and more information, contact the Campbell Center at 970-247-7679.

Tuition Discounts

A tuition waiver is provided for benefited employees (non-temporary working at least 50%). Employees may take up to 8 hours of credits at FLC (per calendar year) tuition free.

Download Tuition Waiver

A reduction in tuition is available for Eligible Employee's spouse AND children.

Download Reduced Tuition Application

Work Out on Campus

The Student Life Center is a great place for employees to work out. Options include a variety of classes, including aerobics, Pilates and kickboxing - class schedules are e-mailed to campus faculty and staff at the beginning of every semester. You'll also find an impressive variety of state-of-the-art workout equipment and free weights. Punch passes or payroll deduction are available - contact the Student Life Center today for more information. Fort Lewis College also has an active Wellness Committee that provides opportunities for healthy lifestyle practices and education. For more information, visit the Student Life Center website.

Concert and Performance Discounts

Your Community Concert Hall offers a 10% employee discount to all Concert Hall produced performances. Discounts are also given to seniors (age 65 & above), students (with current ID), and children. View the available seating and make and purchase online or visit the Ticket Office located in the Durango Welcome Center at 802 Main Avenue in historic downtown Durango. Patrons who purchase 3 or more CCH produced events on one (1) sale will automatically receive an additional 15% discount. Groups of 10 or more can receive a 15% discount by calling the Ticket Office. The Concert Hall Box Office is open one (1) hours prior to curtain time.

Special Discounts for State Employees

The state of Colorado Human Resources department has worked with numerous companies across the state to bring special discounts to state employees. Please visit the login page on the State of Colorado's website.

Family Responsive Employment Policies and Programs

To learn more about Fort Lewis College's commitment to family, please review specific policies. The Work-Life Wellness Committee serves as an on-campus advocate and advisory group for work-life policies and programs, including those which support a healthy balance between work and family. The State of Colorado's website also offers work-life balance programs.