Administration and Finance

About Us

Welcome to the North Carolina Central University Division of Administration and Finance (A&F). The Division of Administration and Finance strives to be student-centered while maintaining fiscal integrity and providing quality support services to faculty, staff and external customers.  From auxiliary enterprises, budgets and capital planning to groundskeeping, maintenance and student accounting, Administration and Finance provides the resources and services to keep our campus moving.


Office of Budgets and Financial Planning

The Office of Budgets and Financial Planning (OBFP) is a department in the division of Administration and Finance. The purpose of the OBFP is to provide effective fiscal leadership and stewardship of university financial resources by compiling and disseminating information for planning and budgeting. The goals of the office are to direct the annual planning and budgeting cycle, to provide information for internal planning and decision-making processes, to facilitate the reporting requirements of the university and to provide budgetary support services to the university community.

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Campus Enterprises

The Office of Campus Enterprises is here to efficiently manage operations vital to campus while maintaining professionalism in customer service. Our managers oversee the University Bookstore, Food Services, the Eagle Card Office, Central Graphics and the Eagle Copy Center, the NCCU Ticket Office, the Mail Center, campus risk management and workers’ compensation. Meeting the needs of the NCCU community that we serve each day is our ultimate goal.

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The Office of the Comptroller is comprised of seven units. We are responsible for accounting and billing for student transactions, cashiering, collecting student loan payments, paying invoices for goods and services purchased, managing debt payments, investing donor gifts, capitalizing capital assets, paying personnel, processing travel requests and reimbursements, reporting all financial transactions monthly to state authorities and preparing annual financial statements. The comptroller reports to the vice chancellor for Administration and Finance.

Capital Assets

The Capital Asset Office reports to the Office of the Comptroller. The Capital Asset Office has been delegated the following responsibilities:

  • Recording all property transactions
  • Accounting for the University's personal property by monitoring the attaching of barcodes, as well as validating with each department annually
  • Making an analysis of equipment records for fiscal-year audits
  • Documenting location and book values in the event of fire loss
  • Maintaining inventory of all University historic properties, including furniture, portraits and other objects of art
  • Evaluating year-end physical inventory procedures for expendable inventory items for all University units
  • Verifying computations and approving adjustments to expendable inventory for fiscal years
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Facilities Management

The Facilities Management department is responsible for directing all aspects of facilities, including Facilities Operations, Facilities Planning, Design and Construction and Real Estate/Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB).  We provide oversight of master planning, property acquisition/disposition, landscape planning, engineering design, contract development, project construction, renovation planning, energy conservation planning, sustainability policy, the Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB) program and facilities maintenance and operations.


Environmental Health and Safety

The NCCU Department of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) helps facilitate the University’s mission of research, teaching and service by ensuring health, safety and regulatory compliance.

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Welcome from the North Carolina Central University (NCCU) Purchasing Department. We aim to establish a convenient mechanism for those on and off our campus to access the latest and best information concerning the purchasing process as established for our University and as mandated by the State of North Carolina.

Policies, Forms and Documents

Administration and Finance Financial Rules

This document introduces general procedures and practices to make financial transactions more transparent and trouble free.

North Carolina Central University Spending Guidelines

These guidelines are provided to ensure that faculty and staff can carry out the university’s mission effectively while ensuring that fiscally responsible and legal spending practices are followed.

University General Records Retention and Disposition Schedule

This document lists records commonly found in University offices and assesses their value by indicating when (and if) those records should be destroyed.

Mobile Communications Device (MCD) Allowance/University-Requested Device Justification Form

This form is used to provide justification supporting the allowance of a University-provided mobile communications device.

North Carolina General Contract Terms and Conditions

This document contains the guidelines and provisions that parties must adhere to in general contracts.

NCCU Purchase Order (PO) General Terms and Conditions

This document contains the conditions of purchase set forth by the NCCU Purchasing department.

Banner Access Form

This form is used to request Banner access. It must be completed electronically and routed for digital signatures via email to the appropriate persons.

Budget Transfer Form

The Budget Transfer and Special Responsibility Form (General Funds Only) is used for modifications to the original budget.

Contact Us


Matherson, Akua

CFO and Vice Chancellor for Administration & Finance

Administration and Finance

location icon Shepard Administration Building, Room 113

email icon [email protected]

phone icon 919-530-6204

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White, Nikki

Executive Assistant

Administration and Finance

location icon Shepard Administration Building, Room 113

email icon[email protected]

phone icon 919-530-6204