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Academic Affairs

Richard J. Helldobler, Ph.D., Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
The Provost is responsible for instruction, academic programs and academic support services.  Academic programs are offered through the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Education, College of Business and Management and the Graduate College.  Instructional support services are provided by the Library.  In addition, Academic Affairs is administratively responsible for the Jacob Carruthers Center for Inner City studies, El Centro, The Center for Teaching and Learning, Center for Academic Writing, and for the Offices of Enrollment Services, Assessment, Institutional Research, Sponsored Programs, and Weekend Institute. 

FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

Michael Pierick, MBA, Vice President for Finance and Administration
The Vice President is the University’s chief financial officer and treasurer, with fiduciary responsibility for annual operating and capital budget requests, as well as the University’s investments, financial reserves, and indebtedness. Finance and Administration oversees the daily operations of the University to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in a wide range of areas. Finance and Administration units are: Business Services including Bursar, Controller, and Human Resources and Payroll; Budget Office; Police Services; Technology Services including Applications, Networking, Operations, Enterprise Resource Planning, Systems Management, Telecommunications, and Media Services; Facilities Management including Physical Plant, Buildings and Grounds maintenance, Safety, and Planning and Construction; Procurement and Support Services including Purchasing, Risk Management, Mailing, Shipping, Receiving, Property Control, and Auxiliaries like Child Care Center, Motor Pool, Parking, Bookstore, and Vending.

Student Affairs

Frank E. Ross, Ph.D, Vice President for Student Affairs
The Division of Student Affairs at Northeastern Illinois University actively supports and engages its diverse community of learners through excellent programs and services that enhance students’ personal development, leadership skills, and intercultural competencies to engage in a dynamic global society.  The Division will be a national leader in urban higher education and among Hispanic Serving Institutions through its promising practices to support student success. Student Affairs embraces the University’s core values and contributes to success through: holistic support, experiential learning, civic leadership, and social justice. The Division houses multiple departments devoted to student growth and success.

Institutional Advancement

Melba Rodriguez, B.A., Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Executive Director of the Notheastern Illinois University Foundation
Institutional Advancement is responsible for strengthening and advancing Northeastern through strategic initiatives, programs and campaigns executed by the unit's Offices of Alumni Relations, Development, Marketing and Public Relations; raising awareness for and building and enhancing the University’s reputation within the community, across the nation and around the world.  Operations of the NEIU Foundation are directed by Institutional Advancement in collaboration with the Foundations' board of directors.  Included in this area are the raising and provision of scholarships and other student aid processed through the Office of Financial Aid, as well as the building of a University endowment.

 

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