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The Finance and Administration Division contributes to the enrichment of the students’ educational experience.  In a nut-shell, the division helps support all functional units of the University to change lives!

The primary responsibility of Finance and Administration is to ensure a clean, safe, productive campus environment while providing the highest quality service in support of academic excellence through thoughtful stewardship of financial, technological, infrastructure and human resources.

The Division has a team of talented professionals that are committed to providing the most efficient and cost effective business support to the Delaware State University community.  The functional areas have distinct responsibilities in providing the services necessary to carry out the mission of the University.

  • The Finance area works very closely with the Vice President for Finance and Administration to keep the office apprised of the financial status and health of all units of the University.
  • Planning, Budgeting and Systems provides the University key decision makers with information that allows them to make fact-based decisions with the ability to measure the anticipated impact of those decisions by creating current and long-range budget plans.
  • Human Resources serves as a partner with the University community by providing customer service and progressive initiatives to attract, retain and motivate a highly-talented, committed and diverse workforce.
  • Institutional Research provides historical, current and projected long-range information which allows the University to provide for current students as well as preparing for student enrollment and housing needs before they arise.

Division of Finance

Budget Office

Controller

Accounting Department

Fixed Assets and Inventory Management Department

Payroll Department

Purchasing Department

Student Accounts Office

Facilities and Physical Plant

Planning and System

Information Technology

Human Resources

Institutional Research

Housing Foundation

Institutional Research and Analysis

Enterprise Risk Management

  • Insurance

International Affairs

Auxiliary and Dining Services

 Finance and Administration Policies