Office of Administration
The Office of Administration oversees the business and administrative operations of the College, including coordination of legal affairs.
The Vice President for Administration reports to the President and provides leadership for the various operations that serve faculty, staff, students, alumni, visitors and friends of the College, including:
Human Resources - Responsible for non-faculty personnel recruitment; administering the classification and compensation structure for all non-faculty positions; managing the fringe benefit program for College employees; employee relations; planning and implementing in-house training programs; College personnel policies and procedures; coordinating all-campus employee events and recognition.
Facilities Management - Responsible for planning, design, construction, renovation, repair, maintenance, operation and general housekeeping of all College administrative, academic, residential and athletic properties; maintaining the grounds of the campus (including athletic fields); employee and workplace environmental health and safety; implementation of the Master Plan; implementing sound contract and procurement business practices; coordinating environmental compliance and conservation programs; motor vehicle fleet management.
Dining Services - Responsible for providing board plan dining services to students; a la carte food services for students, faculty, staff and visitors; campus vending services; staff development in food and quality service management.
Office of Events and Catering - Responsible for managing, planning and implementing all campus events; managing in-house catering operations; overseeing the College's outside conference and event business; campus space scheduling; providing coordination between campus service providers and the departments and organizations holding events on campus. The Office of Events and Catering works closely with senior administrators and the President's office to ensure that major events, including Commencement, Convocation and honorary degree ceremonies reflect the values and priorities of the College.
Campus Safety - Responsible for the security of the campus community and property; developing and implementing safety policies and procedures; parking management; emergency response coordination and training; public safety liaison with outside agencies.
Camel Card Office - Responsible for all aspects of the College identification card (“Camel Card”) program which is used for access to facilities, dining services (including board plan and a la carte services), library privileges, printing and photocopying, etc. This office also provides vehicle registration and student laundry cards.
Print Shop and Mailing Services - Responsible for providing printing and photocopying services; managing multifunction printers located throughout campus; bulk mailing services.
Post Office - Responsible for providing mailbox and counter service to campus postal patrons.
Contracted Operations - Includes the College bookshop and Jazzman’s Café and Bakery at Ruane’s Den.
Office of Administration
270 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320