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Offices

Office of Business and Auxiliary Services

The Office of Business and Auxiliary Services oversees the administrative and management activities for major auxiliary service contracts and campus auxiliary services at the College of Charleston including those listed below, as well as: CARTA and campus vending. Additionally, the department is responsible for administering campus insurance, leases, lease outs, and the Spoleto contract.

Office of Fiscal Services

The Office of Fiscal Services provides leadership and direction in planning and developing goals and strategies for the most efficient use of institutional funds and other resources, enabling the College to pursue its broader mission. Personnel in this office advise and assist the Executive Vice President for Business Affairs on matters related to the business management of the College. This office also coordinates and manages the College’s financial matters, including general operation, capital projects, grants and contracts, fixed-asset accounting, accounts payable, billing of all charges and receipting of all income, collection of delinquent accounts, and payroll functions.

Office of Government Relations

The Office of Government Relations is responsible for communicating the needs of the College to the political leaders at the local, state, and federal levels as well as community partners.

Office of Human Resources

The Office of Human Resources provides resources to College employees, hiring managers, and prospective employees. The Office is responsible for coordinating benefits, compensation, classification, and training and development for College personnel.

Office of the Internal Auditor

The Office of the Internal Auditor assists the administration and members of the College of Charleston Board of Trustees in the effective discharge of their responsibilities by furnishing them with analyses, appraisals, recommendations and information concerning activities reviewed.

Office of Procurement and Supply Services

The Office of Procurement and Supply Services  ensures that all transactions by faculty, administrators and staff, including purchases, leases and rentals of goods or services, are conducted in compliance with state regulations. In addition, this office manages the College’s inventory and supervises the purchasing card system.