Derrick Magee Appointed NCCU’s Associate Vice Chancellor of Campus Enterprises

Posted June 20, 2022, 6:17PM

North Carolina Central University (NCCU) has named Mr. Derrick Magee as the associate vice chancellor of Campus Enterprises, effective June 1, 2022.

Magee will continue to provide leadership, vision and management support to Campus Enterprises, formerly Business and Auxiliary Services. He previously served as interim director, Business and Auxiliary Services. Magee’s responsibilities include the following operations: Dining Services, University Bookstore, Eagle Card Office, Mail Services, Ticket Office, Eagle Copy, Central Graphics, Passport Services, Marketing, Concession and Vending. He will also interact daily with members of the department, administration, contract representatives and all management levels at the university. Additionally, Magee will interact with students, student organizations, faculty, alumni, parents, contractors and vendors. 

Magee joined NCCU in October 2015 as associate athletics director for Finance and was named senior associate athletics director for Finance and Administration in 2017.

Prior to NCCU, Magee was the senior associate athletics director for Business Affairs and director of Auxiliary Enterprises at Alabama State University (ASU). In this role with the ASU Athletics Department, he served as the chief financial officer, overseeing the day-to-day operations of the department, including business services, facility operations, legal affairs, ticket operations, marketing/development, and serving as the direct liaison to human resources. Under his leadership, Magee helped develop more than $80 million in new athletics facilities and create the ASU Athletics Business Office. He also held roles as deputy Title IX coordinator for the university, member of the executive vice president/chief operation officer and vice president/business and finance management teams, and supervised the men’s football, men’s baseball, women’s basketball, and the men’s and women’s track & field/cross country programs.

Magee’s leadership experience also includes roles as associate athletics director and chief business officer at the University of Cincinnati, managing a $40 million operating budget and $120 million in-debt service for the Bearcat Athletics Department. He also served as assistant athletics director for Internal Operations and director of Finance at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, Calif., where he managed all internal operations of the department and supervised the sports of men’s and women’s water polo and swimming and diving.

Magee earned his MBA from California State University and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Business Administration degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.


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