The Division of Finance and Administration strives to provide excellent business, financial, facilities, and technological support services necessary for the University to meet its overall mission. The departments that comprise this Division include:
Responsible for developing the University’s annual operating budget, monitoring revenue and expenditures, providing accurate information to facilitate effective decision making and ensuring that funds are allocated in accordance with legislative mandates and regulations.
Responsible for offering a variety of services that offer conveniences to students, faculty, staff, alumni and visitors. These services include University Bookstore, Copy Center, Dining Services, Meal Plan Program, Rattler Card, Post Office, Beverage and Snack Vending, Laundry Services and Parking Services.
Responsible for managing the University’s facilities planning, design and construction operations; overseeing the construction of buildings, maintaining and repairing the infrastructure throughout campus; and developing, overseeing and managing environmental health and safety programs. Facilities Planning and Construction, Environmental Health and Safety, Plant Operations & Maintenance and Venue Management
The Office of Information Technology Services (ITS) is the primary information technology provider for Florida A&M University and is responsible for network access and maintenance, e-mail services, telecommunications, network and data security, software and hardware support, PC computing, wireless networking, webcast services, virus protection, and development, maintenance and support of the iRattler/PeopleSoft system. ITS also develops and supports the university website in conjunction with the Division of Communications and External Relations. ITS oversees the activities of the Center for Public Computing and Workforce Development (CPCWD) which offers public broadband access, workforce development training and video conferencing services. The mission of ITS is to provide innovative, reliable, cost effective technological services to the University community and stakeholders in support of the University’s operations and mission.
Responsible for establishing and implementing policies and procedures that are necessary to ensure the proper and efficient use of the University’s financial resources. This includes monitoring and reporting in compliance with appropriate State and Federal regulations, financial and tax laws.
Responsible for providing human resources and personnel related services to the University, which include employee recruitment, employee appointments and status changes, payroll operations, employee benefits, records management and workforce administration.
The Office of Operational Effectiveness and Procurement Services is responsible for Institutional Business Operations and Process Improvement, Fiscal Innovation, Centralized Business Operations, Public-Private Partnerships (P3’s), as well as the Procurement of Goods and Services in support of the University’s Mission and Vision.