Problems viewing our site?
The University Human Resources site is designed to take advantage of the current best practices in “Web Standards”. These standards were developed and are continually updated so the Web will work better for everyone. New browsers and Web technologies generally support these standards; older browsers typically do not.
If you are having difficulty viewing the site,usually it is because you are using an old version of your browser. Below are some suggested solutions:
- Are you using Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) or older versions as your browser?
Many users both within and outside the University of Virginia use Internet Explorer as their browser. The current Web Standards our site uses are not interpreted properly by Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 and older versions of the browser. You may be using a version which does not take advantage of the latest design and security features available.
We suggest downloading the latest version of Internet Explorer if you have the ability to do so. Upgrading your browser will give you a higher level of security and better protect your personal information. In addition, it will improve your web experience, enabling you to use and view our site and others as intended.
If you are using the GE Centricity Enterprise application also known as Carecast, your workstation must run the IE6 browser. If your workstation does not have Carecast, Medical Center Computing Services (MCSS) will automatically update managed workstations to IE 8 by 06/18/2010. MCCS apologizes for this inconvenience, and will update all managed workstations to IE8 post Epic replacement of Carecast in September 2010.
In addition to Internet Explorer, other browsers that are tested and supported on our site include the latest versions of Firefox, Chrome, and Safari.
If you still have problems after trying these quick fixes, please let us know.