Business Operations works with the campus community to purchase goods and services while maintaining good internal controls to insure accountability, compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations, and responsible stewardship of university's resources. In addition to procurement and contracting activities, business operations oversees the following auxiliary services: Dining Operations, Barnes & Noble bookstore, Print Shop and Mailroom.
The Bursar's Office provides financial services support to students, parents, faculty, staff, deans, department heads and administration.
The Finance Office provides financial services to all University students, faculty and staff. The office encompasses the Bursar’s Office, Treasury, Accounts Payable, Financial Reporting, Budget and Analysis, General Accounting and Finance Projects.
The Department of Facilities includes the Office of Campus Support Services and Capital Projects & Planning.
Capital Projects and Planning division oversees the long-term campus master plan, building renovations and new construction. CPP is also responsible for our Preventative Maintenance Program, which is designed to "satisfy and minimize" by scheduling and coordinating predictable replacements to minimize interruptions in service and control costs in an effort to satisfy the campus needs.
Campus Support Services is committed to serve and protect Wilkes University. These folks are everywhere; they are our service center representatives, custodial staff, landscapers, shuttle drivers, contract services, food service and bookstore. If you haven't encountered one of these smiling faces, you must be hibernating.
The Department of Public Safety is responsible for all campus safety and security matters. Our dedicated staff of patrol officers traverse the campus and its perimeter 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Student Financial Services office can help you receive the support you need to attend Wilkes University. In fact, annually we provided millions of dollars in aid to our students. You can afford to attend Wilkes University. The key is to apply for financial aid. Even if you don't think you qualify, give it a chance.
The Human Resources office comprises customer-focused professionals who offer innovative ideas and solutions that meet the needs and challenges of the University. We will act as a catalyst to foster collaboration, lifelong learning, open communications, understanding, job satisfaction and excellence. We will proactively provide direction to achieve the vision of Wilkes University to be a nationally recognized, independent university.
New and enhanced Information Technology Services and support are available to all students.
The Institutional Research Office serves as the official source for institutional information and analysis for the University community and relevant external decision-makers.
The Office of Marketing Communications works to bring greater visibility and recognition to Wilkes University as both a leader in higher education throughout the northeastern United States and as a university dedicated to academic excellence through mentoring and hands-on learning.
The Registrar's Office provide services related to the creation and maintenance of academic records and oversee many academic functions of the University, including student enrollment and registration, degree and enrollment verifications, maintenance of academic transcripts, posting of grade reports, assignment of classroom space, Veterans Services and more.
Risk & Compliance Management is committed to strengthening accountability and regulatory compliance through the development and administration of policies, procedures and standards in support of a University-wide risk management process, which includes managing the insurance program, minimizing legal liabilities and supporting compliance with all federal and statutory regulations.
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs assists Wilkes University and its faculty in securing external funding for research and sponsored programs, including grants, contracts, and cooperative arrangements.
Title IX Administration is committed to providing a safe, inclusive community that is free of gender discrimination. The Title IX coordinator is responsible for compliance with all federal and statutory regulations; providing overview for the investigations of complaints involving gender discrimination, including sexual harassment and sexual violence; and providing education and training to raise awareness surrounding sexual misconduct.