The following departments comprise the Division of Finance and Administration at Davidson College. For more information please visit their websites.
Auxiliary Services is comprised of the College Store, the Laundry, the Guest House, Conference Services (which includes Summer Programs), CatCard Services, and Dining Services (which includes Vail Commons, the Davis Café, the Wildcat Den, and Much Ado Catering Services). Each of these operations is self-supporting and returns net revenue to the general college budget each year. All Auxiliary operations are self-operated.
The Controller's Office is responsible for accounting, banking, budgeting, copying, the contract post office, purchasing, and other financial operations of the college. The Controller's Office is dedicated to maintaining and enhancing the efficiency of Davidson's financial, purchasing, postal, and copying operations by anticipating and responding to the needs of our constituents.
College Investments works closely with the vice president and the Trustee Investment Committee to manage the endowment investments of Davidson College in such a way as to provide financial support for the college now and in the future. College Investments also manages the debt portfolio of the college in support of capital projects.
The Physical Plant is responsible for the construction, adaptation, and maintenance of the college facilities, equipment, and grounds. It accomplishes this with a facility maintenance division, a custodial maintenance division, a grounds maintenance division, a project management division, and an administrative unit responsible for various facility-related business operations.
Project Management Office
Project Manager & Business Analyst
The Project Management Office (PMO) is responsible for managing a portfolio of initiatives sponsored by senior leadership that serve to improve college-wide processes and practices and increase efficiency. Ensuring projects are aligned with the college’s mission, the PMO manages the prioritization process and works in partnership with departments to support optimal change management and service delivery to Davidson stakeholders. The PMO also serves as an internal business consultancy to promote project management methodologies and industry best practices.
Public Safety & Campus Police
The Sustainability Office uses sustainability-related programming, communications, project management, assessment, and public reporting to strategically bridge and guide the efforts of students, faculty, staff, and the greater community towards collective, significant impact.