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    •New webpages are up for the Facilities unit

    •Members of Business Affairs participated at UNCG’s Habitat for Humanity housing project
  • UNCG received “Best Commuter Workplace” designation
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Business Affairs
Reade Taylor
Vice Chancellor of Business Affairs

With a spirit of collaboration and creativity, Business Affairs helps UNCG achieve its mission, adhere to its values, and meet its goals by providing sustainable professional human resource, safety, financial, facilities, auxiliary and risk management services for its stakeholders.
Campus Enterprises
Michael T. Byers
Associate Vice Chancellor for Campus Enterprises


Campus Enterprises is a unique, synergistic organization of innovative university business endeavors and services committed to offering to the campus community the highest possible quality of life and opportunity to excel, with consideration for efficiency, effectiveness, affordability and sustainability. Using creative approaches to fulfill this commitment, we understand that the quality of the UNCG experience for our students, faculty, staff and environment is dependent, in part, on our success at meeting their needs and exceeding their expectations.
Enterprise Admin Applications
Laura R. Young
Associate Vice Chancellor for Enterprise Administrative Applications


The Mission of Enterprise Administrative Applications is to engage University leadership to determine priorities for enterprise-level administrative systems; to facilitate prioritization, planning, analysis, design, implementation, and maintenance to administrative systems from the business perspective at the direction of the University’s executive team, and to ensure that appropriate governance groups exist and participate in decision-making processes that impact these systems. Enterprise Administrative Applications works in partnership with Information Technology Services to leverage the knowledge base in functional business units to represent and advocate for the user community’s interests in campus-wide administrative systems.
Facilities
Jorge Quintal
Associate Vice Chancellor for Facilities


Facilities Management at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro is a diverse, environmentally conscious, and effective organization comprised of innovative professionals whose mission is to deliver remarkable customer service in the planning, design, construction, maintenance and operations of university facilities, grounds and infrastructure.

In carrying out this mission, Facilities Management brings together the efforts of two related offices:

Facilities Design and Construction proactively manages the university’s capital improvement program including campus master planning, and design and construction of projects, in order to minimize financial risk and achieve the best possible results in meeting program requirements, budget and schedule.

Facilities Operations provides support services for day to day campus operations including grounds maintenance, utilities, energy management, waste reduction and recycling, preventive and corrective maintenance, custodial services and implementation minor renovation projects.
Finance
Steven W. Rhew
Associate Vice Chancellor for Finance


The Mission of Financial Services is to record, report, and safeguard the fiscal assets of the University. In carrying out this mission, Financial Services performs the following functions: Accounting Services, or the coordination and planning of all University accounting functions including state and non-state current funds, loans, endowment, physical plant, and agency funds; Financial Planning and Budgets, or long and short term planning, budgeting and financial analysis; Bursar Operations, or the cash management of all student accounts receivables and loans; Contracts and Grants, or fiscal support activities for research and sponsored programs; and Systems & Procedures, or the planning, design, implementation, and maintenance of computer systems and administrative procedures for all areas of Business Affairs; and Business Affairs Technology, or the leadership and management of systems and technology infrastructure, and related administrative systems training programs for Business Affairs.

In supporting the academic mission of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Financial Services provides fiscal management that ensures appropriate internal controls and fair representation of the financial position of the University.
Foundation Finance
Jill K. Hillyer
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Foundation Finance


The mission of Foundation Finance is to record, report, and safeguard the fiscal assets of six entities that are related to the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In carrying out this mission, Foundation Finance performs the accounts payable, accounts receivable, accounting and investment directives of the entities.

In supporting the academic mission of the University, Foundation Finance provides fiscal management that ensures appropriate internal controls and fair representation of the financial position of the University related entities.
Human Resources
Edna Chun
Associate Vice Chancellor for Human Resources


The Department of Human Resource Services at the University of North Carolina Greensboro is dedicated to providing professional-level, customer-service oriented expertise, advice, and support to all University stake holders through innovative, future-focused human resource related services.

In order to attain the HRS vision for UNCG, the following are considered key elements in providing optimal customer service and professional expertise. These key elements include, but are not limited to:

Technology Based Elements: Implementation and robust use of integrated electronic HR systems and related subsystems and components Development and maintenance of a single electronic point of entry through integrated website Expansion of appropriate access to and ability to upgrade human resources data by departments and employees through use of web-based and other electronic interfaces.

Human Based Elements: Adequate staffing of the HR function Continued professional development of HR employees HR Support, Advisory, and Liaison activities supported by campus constituents Assist the Chancellor and Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs and UNCG Administrative Staff in unleashing the human potential of those who serve the university community.

Regulatory Based Elements: Knowledge of state, federal, UNC and UNCG policies procedures, statutes and administrative regulations and ability to explain and promote in an understandable methodology to University stakeholders. Ensure the university and its stakeholder’s human resource interests are protected in the federal and state regulatory arenas through consistent application of policies and procedures.

Service Based Elements: Provide customer service that is balanced and focused on positive outcomes Assist the UNCG Administration in creating a culture of growth, high performance, and quality of work/life that is consistent with the Universities' vision for the next five years (2009 - 2014): "The University of North Carolina at Greensboro will redefine the public research university for the 21st century as an inclusive, collaborative, and responsive institution making a difference in the lives of students and the communities it serves.
Safety and Risk Management
Rollin R. Donelson
Associate Vice Chancellor for Safety and Risk Management


The mission of the Office of Safety and Risk Management is to create a safe and secure environment for the faculty, staff, students and visitors to pursue a positive work and educational experience at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

The Office of Safety and Risk Management is a service oriented organization dedicated to support the university’s overall mission by inspiring a cultural environment of shared responsibility. Our mandate is to conduct our business with the highest ethical standards to maintain public confidence.

Our goal is to meet this challenge with a commitment to excellence and proactive professional service. We will continue to grow as a unit in finding innovative ways in which to serve our campus community through our Police department, Office of Safety, Office Emergency Management and Enterprises Risk Management services.
Exec Assistant
Donna Honeycutt
Executive Assistant






 
Office of Business Affairs
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
254 Mossman Building
Greensboro, NC 27402-6170
VOICE 336.334.5200
FAX 336.334.4754