The Executive Vice President and University Treasurer, Alan Brangman (Interim), has responsibility for the offices listed below.
The University’s Budget Office leads the development and management of the University’s All Funds Budget, four-year financial plan and all related reporting. The budget office supports leadership and the pursuit of the University’s mission and highest priorities with financial and policy analysis.
Campus & Public Safety
Campus & Public Safety is committed to enhancing the quality of life for the entire University of Delaware community by maintaining a secure and open environment where the safety of everyone is our primary goal and responsibility. The Department strives to accomplish its mission while adhering to its core values of Excellence, Professionalism, and Quality Service.
Economic Innovation & Partnerships
Economic Innovation & Partnerships seeks to establish the University as a recognized center of invention, innovation, entrepreneurship, partnering and economic development.
The Gateway enables outside entities to access the University’s knowledge-based assets and provides UD personnel support to form partnerships outside the University.
Facilities, Real Estate & Auxiliary Services
The Facilities, Real Estate and Auxiliary Services (FREAS) unit consists of Facilities Administration, Facilities Management and the Offices of Real Estate & Real Estate Development, Auxiliary Services and Planning and Project Delivery. FREAS is responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the University’s physical plant, which includes all academics, administrative, residential and conference facilities; the main auxiliary units (Dining Services, Conference Services, Housing Services, Parking & Transportation Services, University Printing and the UD Bookstore); as well as oversees all minor and major renovations and construction projects on campus.
The Vice President for Finance and Deputy Treasurer provides leadership, planning and coordination for the University’s financial operations and has direct oversight of treasury services, financial analysis and reporting, general accounting, tax planning and reporting, federal cost accounting, procurement and risk management.
The Office of Human Resources supports the academic mission of the University of Delaware by promoting and supporting an environment of excellence, respect, diversity and inclusiveness, where all faculty, staff and students can thrive and excel. As a strategic partner with the University community, we deliver valuable and innovative services that will attract, develop, reward and engage the institution’s most valuable asset-its people. The office is comprised of the following units: Compensation & Benefits, Employee Development & Wellbeing, Equity & Inclusion, Employee Relations, HR Systems and Recruitment.
Information Technologies is responsible for instructional, research, and administrative information technologies and services. The primary service departments are Academic Technology Services, Client Support & Services, Management Information Services, Network and Systems Services, University Media Services, Web Development, and the IT Support Center.
Internal auditing results in analyses, appraisals, recommendations, counsel, and information concerning activities reviewed. The Internal Audit Department assists the Board of Trustees Audit Visiting Committee and University management in determining that financial resources are being properly managed and accounted for and that the University departments comply with institutional policies, accounting standards, and applicable regulations.
Director: Kirk Die
The University of Delaware’s Investments Office is responsible for investing and overseeing the University’s $1.5 billion in endowment and other long-term funds. Managed by the University’s Chief Investment Officer, the Investments Office will seek to maximize long-term total returns consistent with a reasonable protection of principal and in accordance with the Board of Trustees investment policies and objectives. The investment policies of the endowment are designed to balance the needs of current University of Delaware students with the needs of future generations of students.