VCU Human Resources forms
Forms for VCU employees are listed by category below. VCU managers and HR administrators can search internal or management forms on insidehr.vcu.edu. For assistance accessing or completing these forms, please contact VCU Human Resources.
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The following forms may be used to report an illness or injury for workers’ compensation.
Accident Report Form Accident Report Form (DocuSign Version)
Physician Selection Form Physician Selection Form (DocuSign version)
Use the checklists below for help with the workers' compensation process. For questions regarding the process, enter an HR support request ticket at https://go.vcu.edu/hrsupport or contact the VCU Human Resources Workers’ Compensation office at email@example.com or (804) 828-1533.
For secondary faculty and adjunct assignments, please contact your HR professional to receive the appropriate form through DocuSign.
VCU managers and HR administrators can search internal or management forms on insidehr.vcu.edu. Forms in this section include employee recognition forms (a.k.a Spot Awards), compensation action forms, employee relations forms, and other resources for managers and HR administrators.
For assistance accessing or completing forms, please contact VCU Human Resources.
Looking for the salary reduction agreement form? Click on the payroll dropdown box.
Visit the Safety and Risk Management website to learn more about safety at VCU and access safety forms for employees.
One of the benefits of working at a university is the access to pursuing or continuing your own education. VCU offers a tuition benefit to Faculty, Adjunct Faculty, University and Academic Professionals, and Classified employees. The benefit may be used for academic credit in a VCU undergraduate, graduate or first-professional degree course. The tuition benefit covers standard undergraduate and graduate tuition, university fee, student activity fee, student government fee, technology fee and capital outlay fee. VCU employees are encouraged to reach out directly to the degree program they are considering to confirm tuition rates. The tuition benefit covers only VCU courses. For information about tuition reimbursement for courses taken at another institution, refer to the Tuition Benefits, Educational and Training Opportunities Policy. Visit the Student Accounting website for a list of current tuition and fees.