Resource Administration

Resource Administration is dedicated to providing high quality assistance and information to Academic Affairs units in a timely and effective manner. We are committed to providing exceptional customer service and empowering the divisions and departments of Academic Affairs to perform at the highest level possible. The goals of the units within resource Administration are as follows:

Budget and Financial

To develop and implement outstanding administrative processes for the distribution and management of General Campus financial resources. To participate in analyses of Campus resource needs and allocation strategies.

EVC Business Office

To support and serve EVC and VC EDI units by managing operational functions, including budget and financial, policy and procedure development, interpretation and implementation, human resources, payroll, internal control and risk management, space and facilities, health and safety and computing. To provide consultation and guidance in support of travel and entertainment approvals for direct reports to the Executive Vice Chancellor.

Staff Human Resources

To provide expertise and assistance to the General Campus in the interpretation and implementation of staff related human resource programs and initiatives, including, but not limited to those associated with compensation, classification, training and development and diversity. To participate meaningfully in the development of policies affecting staff personnel and payroll programs.

Space and Facilities

To provide expert assistance to all units developing short and long-term strategies related to the effective management of space and facility utilization. To serve as representative of EVC to other campus units involved in the planning, budgeting, design, construction and outfitting of facilities. To serve as liaison to Academic Affairs units with respect to a wide variety of space planning and facility use issues.

Faculty Housing Assistance Programs

To support the recruitment and retention of a world-class, diverse faculty and senior management group by providing effective advice and assistance in obtaining convenient and affordable housing. To manage the campus allocation of Mortgage Origination Program (MOP) funds to ensure that loan allocations are adequate to allow faculty to purchase suitable homes.

Academic Affairs Collaboration Policy

Academic Affairs encourages collaborative development of new campus-wide policies, business processes and tools that represent and serve faculty, staff and students in all divisions, departments and units. Through cooperative, collegial efforts, we are able to create a business framework that serves our collective goals.