Office of the CFO

Office of the Associate Vice President of Accounting and Finance, CFO

The mission of the Office of the Vice President and CFO is to advance and protect the capital, financial, technical, data and human resources of the university. In fidelity to the Catholic identity of the university, the office is committed to the advancement of human dignity through work for all university employees. The office espouses a climate of constant improvements in the quality of service provided by each of its components.

What we do:

The Office of the Vice President and CFO provides leadership over the financial and administrative components of the university. Its departments include:

 

Downloadable Strategic and Master Plan

Contacts:

Leonard Robertson, Associate Vice President Accounting and Finance, CFO

Roshana Fernando, Executive Administrative Assistant

The Office of the Vice President and CFO is located in Cardinal Farrell Hall, President’s Suite, Third Floor.

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