2 ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION

2-1 HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA

In North Carolina, all the public educational institutions that grant baccalaureate degrees are part of the University of North Carolina. The University of North Carolina at Pembroke is one of 16 constituent institutions of the multi-campus state university.

The University of North Carolina, chartered by the N.C. General Assembly in 1789, was the first public university in the United States to open its doors and the only one to graduate students in the eighteenth century. The first class was admitted in Chapel Hill in 1795. For the next 136 years, the only campus of the University of North Carolina was at Chapel Hill.

In 1877, the N.C. General Assembly began sponsoring additional institutions of higher education, diverse in origin and purpose. Five were historically Black institutions, and another was founded to educate American Indians. Several were created to prepare teachers for the public schools. Others had a technological emphasis. One is a training school for performing artists.

In 1931, the N.C. General Assembly redefined the University of North Carolina to include three state-supported institutions: the campus at Chapel Hill (now the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), North Carolina State College (now North Carolina State University at Raleigh), and Woman's College (now the University of North Carolina at Greensboro). The new multi-campus University operated with one board of trustees and one president. By 1969, three additional campuses had joined the University through legislative action: the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, the University of North Carolina at Asheville, and the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.

In 1971, the General Assembly passed legislation bringing into the University of North Carolina the state's ten remaining public senior institutions, each of which had until then been legally separate: Appalachian State University, East Carolina University, Elizabeth City State University, Fayetteville State University, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, North Carolina Central University, the North Carolina School of the Arts, Pembroke State University (now The University of North Carolina at Pembroke), Western Carolina University, and Winston-Salem State University. This action created the current 16-campus University. (In 1985, the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, a residential high school for gifted students, was declared an affiliated school of the University.) In 1996, Pembroke State University was redesignated The University of North Carolina at Pembroke by the General Assembly.

The UNC Board of Governors is the policy-making body legally charged with "the general determinations, control, supervision, management, and governance of all affairs ofthe constituent institutions." It elects the president, who administers the University. The 32 voting members of the Board of Governors are elected by the General Assembly for four-year terms. Former board chairmen and board members who are former governors of North Carolina may continue to serve for limited periods as non-voting members emeriti. The president of the UNC Association of Student Governments, or the student's designee, is also a non-voting member.

Each of the 16 constituent institutions is headed by a chancellor, who is chosen by the Board of Governors on the president's nomination and is responsible to the president. Each institution has a board of trustees, consisting of eight members elected by the Board of Governors, four appointed by the governor, and the president of the student body, who serves ex officio. (The NC School of the Arts has two additional ex officio members.) Each board of trustees holds extensive powers over academic and other operations of its institution on delegation from the Board of Governors.

2-2 GENERAL ORGANIZATION

The General Statutes of North Carolina as enacted by the 1971 session of the North Carolina General Assembly established the Board of Governors of The University of North Carolina as the single state-level governing authority under which the following state-supported institutions of higher education are organized for administration. These statutes also designate them as constituent institutions of The University of North Carolina:

Appalachian State University

East Carolina University

Elizabeth City State University

Fayetteville State University

N. C. Agricultural and Technical State University

North Carolina Central University

North Carolina School of the Arts

North Carolina State University

University of North Carolina at Pembroke

University of North Carolina at Asheville

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

University of North Carolina at Greensboro

University of North Carolina at Wilmington

Western Carolina University

Winston-Salem State University

The Board of Governors of The University of North Carolina is responsible for the general determination, control, supervision, management, and governance of all affairs of the constituent institutions. The President of The University of North Carolina is the chief administrative and executive officer and is responsible for the administration of The University. The President has established the General Administration to assist with this responsibility. The chief administrative officer for each constituent institution is the Chancellor, and a Board of Trustees has been established for each institution. The Chancellor determines the organization and administration for his campus.

The State Board of Education is responsible for public school education in North Carolina. The State Department of Public Instruction is responsible to the State Board for the certification/licensure of public school educators. The State Department of Public Instruction is also responsible for the development of standards and guidelines for the use of institutions of higher education in preparing teacher education programs and for their approval by the State Board of Education and the Board of Governors of The University of North Carolina.

2-3 BOARD OF GOVERNORS

2-4 GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA
910 Raleigh Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27515-2688
(919) 962-1000

President Molly Corbett Broad

Vice President for Academic Affairs Roy Carroll

Vice President for Program Assessment and Public Service Gary T. Barnes

Vice President for University School Programs Charles R. Coble

Secretary of the University Rosalind Fuse-Hall

Vice President for Finance William O. McCoy

Vice President for Public Affairs and University Advancement J. B. Milliken

Vice President for Planning Judith P. Pulley

Vice President and General Counsel Richard C. Robinson, Jr.

2-5 BOARD OF TRUSTEES

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT PEMBROKE

Mr. Robert Bleecker (Robert & Judye) 1999
P. O. Box 26
Red Springs, NC 28377
Tel: Bus. 910/843-2141
Res. 910/484-2275
Fax. 910/843/8500

Mr. D. M. (Mac) Campbell, Jr. (Sylvia) 2001
P.O. Box 637
Elizabethtown, NC 28337
Tel: Bus. 910/862-4107
Res. 910/862-2585
Fax. 910/862-4344

Ms. Sybil Lowry Collins(Sybil & Jeff) 2001
Post Office Box 969 (V. Chairman)
Pembroke, NC 28372
Tel: Res. 910/521-3842
Fax. 910/521-0754

Mr. Robert E. Caton (Bob & Faye) 2001
P.O. Box 1286
Lumberton, NC 28359
Tel: Bus. 910/738-8165
Res. 910/738-9222
Fax. 910/671-0422

Mr. McDuffie Cummings (McDuffie&Delora) 1999
P.O. Box 479
Pembroke, NC 28372
Tel: Bus. 910/521-9758
Res. 910/521-9831
Fax. 910/521-0472

Mr. Fred George (Fred & Georgianna) 1999
5419 Scotch Meadow Drive
Laurinburg, NC 28352
Tel: Bus. 910/844-5631
Res. 910/276-5642
Fax: 910/844-5507

Mr. H. Thomas Jones, II (Thomas) 2001
314 Edgewood Circle
Whiteville, NC 28472
Tel: Bus. 910/640-4301
Res. 910/642-9788
Fax. 910/640-4327

Mr. Henry G. Lewis (Henry & Gayle) 1999
P.O .Box 1048
Lumberton, NC 28359
Tel: Bus. 910/618-9924
Res. 910/738-7972
Fax. 910/618-9929

Dr. Cheryl Ransom Locklear(Cheryl) 1999
P.O. Box 1240
Pembroke, NC 28372
Tel: Bus. 910/843-4262
Res. 910/521-3329
Fax. 910/843-1238

Mr. Gervais (Gary) Oxendine(Olivia) 2001
133 James Creek Road
Southern Pines, NC 28387
Tel: Bus. 910/276-6210
Res. 910/692-6015
Fax.

Mr. Roger Oxendine (Roger &Bobbie) 1999
Route 2, Box 298-C
Rowland, NC 28383
Tel: Bus. 910/628-8667
Res. 910/628-6238
Fax. 910/628-8667

Ms. Sherry Dew Prince 2001
Soles, Phipps, Ray, Prince & Williford
Attorneys at Law
P.O. Box 631
Tabor City, NC 28453
Tel: Bus. 910/653-2015
Res.
Fax.

Ms. Katerina Vasilopoulos - 1997-98
President, Student Government Association
University Center
Pembroke, NC 28372
Tel: Bus. 910/521-6482

2-6 OFFICERS AND ADMINISTRATION OF

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT PEMBROKE

The Chancellor is the chief administrative and executive officer of the University. All university personnel are directly or indirectly responsible to the Chancellor. The Chancellor advises the Board of Trustees and the President of The University of North Carolina in the development of policies and regulations for the governance of the University; implements the policies and regulations of the Board of Governors and the Board of Trustees within the University; organizes for the administration of the University; and administers the University.

OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR

Joseph B. Oxendine, A.B., Ed.M., Ed.D. - Chancellor
Charles R. Jenkins, B.S., M.A.Ed., Ed.D. - Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
James B. Chavis, B.S., M.A.Ed., Ed.D. - Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
R. Neil Hawk, B.S. - Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs
Vacant- Vice Chancellor for Development and University Relations
Beth Carmical, A.S., B.A., M.S. - Special Assistant to the Chancellor
Dan Kenney, B.S., M.A.Ed. - Director of Athletics
Warren Baker, B.S., M.A.E., M.A., Ed.D. - Director of Planning/Institutional Research
David Helton, B.S. - Director of Police & Public Safety
Joanne Zukowski, B.S., M.Ed. - Director of Regional Center
Douglas Murray, B.A., J.D. - Legal Assistant to the Chancellor
Susan West, B.S., M.B.A., C.P.A. - Internal Auditor

2-6.1 Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

The Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs is the chief academic officer of the University and is responsible to the Chancellor for the development, implementation, and evaluation of all academic programs. The Provost is responsible for guiding faculty development; directing the Chancellor's Scholars Program; developing admissions policies; developing and supervising the academic budgets; maintaining accrediting procedures to meet the standards of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and other accrediting organizations accepted by the University; assuring the quality of the Library; supervising inter-institutional academic programs; and other duties assigned by the Chancellor.

Reporting directly to the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs are the Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, the Dean of Graduate Studies, the Director of Grants, the Director of Teacher Education, and the Director of University-School Services.

The Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs reports directly to the Chancellor.

2-6.2 Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

The Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs is responsible to the Chancellor of the University for the management and administration of the Office for Student Affairs and for the coordination of all co-curricular activities on campus. The Vice Chancellor's duties include: coordinating the work of the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, the Dean of Students, the Director of Student Activities, the Director of Counseling and Testing Center, the Director of Career Services Center, the Financial Aid Officer, the Executive Director of the Givens Performing Arts Center, the University Physician, and the Director of Student Health Services; cooperating with the medical staff in the operation of the infirmary; overseeing the function of the student campus organizations; exercising primary responsibility for student discipline; and exercising primary responsibility for the welfare of the student in all co-curricular activities while in attendance at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.

2-6.3 Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs

The Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs is responsible to the Chancellor for the sound financial management of the University. The Vice Chancellor is the principal financial advisor to the Chancellor and is responsible for supervising all expenditures for supplies, materials, equipment, construction, and plant development. The Vice Chancellor also oversees the business aspects of all auxiliary functions. The Vice Chancellor is directly responsible for advising and assisting the Chancellor in preparing and operating within the biennial budget for the University. The Vice Chancellor has the responsibility for the receipt and custody of, as well as the disbursement of, University funds.

Reporting directly to the Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs are the Director of Human Resources, the Director of Physical Plant, the Director of Business Services, the Manager of the Bookstore, and the Controller.

The Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs reports directly to the Chancellor.

2-6.4 Vice Chancellor for Development and University Relations

The Vice Chancellor for Development and University Relations is responsible for overseeing the design, development and implementation of a comprehensive program of resource development as well as the cultivation and communication of a positive image of the University to its various external constituents.

The Vice Chancellor, working in conjunction with all Directors, develops goals and plans on the University's long-range plan. He/she oversees the implementation of the plan as well as the meeting of goals. This administrator recruits, orients and encourages participation on the part of all stakeholders - volunteers, staff, faculty, students, donors and prospects - in the fund raising and university relations processes.

Serving as the Executive Director of the UNCP Foundation, Inc. and Assistant to the Chairman for Development Programs of the UNCP Endowment Fund, the Vice Chancellor coordinates the overall direction, planning and operation of Foundation and Endowment programs. In addition to codifying and carrying out all campus fund raising policies and procedures, the Vice Chancellor coordinates and approves all gift proposals prior to their submission. The Vice Chancellor coordinates the role of the Foundation, Endowment Trustees and University Trustees in the development process.

Working with the Director of University Relations and the Director of WNCP-TV, the Vice Chancellor is responsible for conveying the Chancellor's vision for the University to these directors and assessing that all plans and goals support this vision. In conjunction with the Director of Alumni Relations, the Vice Chancellor oversees the development of alumni programs which strengthen and deepen collegial ties with the increasing numbers of alumni.

Reporting to the Vice Chancellor for Development and University Relations are the Directors of the Alumni Relations, Telecommunications, University Relations and Development offices.

The Vice Chancellor for Development and University Relations reports directly to the Chancellor of the University.

2-6.5 Legal Assistant to the Chancellor

The Legal Assistant to the Chancellor is the University's legal advisor. The Legal Assistant is responsible for keeping the constituents of the institution informed concerning our commitment to Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employment and coordinates our Title IX (gender equity) efforts. The Legal Assistant may be required to teach in disciplines where appropriately qualified. The Legal Assistant will also assume special projects as assigned by the Chancellor.

2-6.6 Director of Athletics

The Director of Athletics administers the intercollegiate athletic program of the University, which includes the following activities: men's cross country, soccer, wrestling, basketball, baseball, track, and golf; and women's cross country, volleyball, basketball, track, softball, and tennis. The Director is responsible for the athletic budget and for the facilitiesused in the execution of the intercollegiate program. The Director supervises and directs all coaches and staff members of the intercollegiate athletics department.

The Director works in close relationship with the chair of the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation to assure that teaching assignments of coaches are coordinated with athletic assignments. The Director also ensures that budgetary and other support is evenly distributed over the total range of athletic teams. Although the recruitment of competent and academically able athletes is primarily the responsibility of each individual coach, the athletic director works with coaches to be sure that the number and quality of athletic recruits is sufficient to field excellent teams. The director, in conjunction with the Office of Development and University Relations, is responsible for raising funds from private sources to support athletic activities. The athletic director teaches three credit hours per semester in the Health, Physical Education and Recreation Department. The athletic director reports to the Chancellor.

2-6.7 Director of Planning and Institutional Research

The Director of Planning and Institutional Research is responsible to the Chancellor but also works closely with the Provostís office. In his role as University Planner, he is responsible for the integration of plans from all units of the University into a plan for the University as a whole. He is also responsible for leading institutional planning activities and assisting in the development of goals and objectives as well as providing creative leadership and vision in developing comprehensive plans and designing mechanisms by which these plans can be implemented and assessed. The Director works closely with the University Planning Council.

His primary responsibilities are to provide leadership in the area of assessment for institutional effectiveness; to develop, execute, and maintain institutional research for assessment; to collect and retain selected data relating to students, faculty, and instructional programs; to work effectively with the University Committee on Assessment/Institutional Effectiveness; to work effectively with the University Computing and Information Services Office; and to provide other services, including various institutional research projects, as these are requested by the Chancellor or by the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.

2-6.8 University Police

The University Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency, whose officers are trained professionals. The department is staffed by 10 full-time police officers and 3 full-time security officers, whose efforts are complemented by a support staff of student officers. The University Police have a Mutual Aid agreement with all law enforcement agencies within Robeson County and routinely share information, manpower, and equipment.

One police officer within the department has been assigned the responsibilities of Crime Prevention Officer. This officer provides the campus community with a full array of crime prevention programs, including but not limited to, engraving valuable property, drug and alcohol education, sexual assault prevention, and safety inspections.

2-6.9 Director of Regional Center for Economic, Community & Professional Development

The Director of the Regional Center for Economic, Community and Professional Development, is responsible to the Chancellor for the general administration of the office. Responsibilities of this position includes formulating policies and goals for the office which provides outreach to citizens of the region through innovative programs, partnerships with organizations, small business assistance, and a wide range of professional development opportunities. Services include research, planning, assessment, consulting, conference design, and customized training.

Working closely with a corporate advisory committee, the director oversees the professional development area of the Center which includes non-credit workshops leading to a certificate in Management Development with concentrated study in group dynamics, communications, quality, change, and organizational development. Other programs include mediation, conflict resolution, public forum moderator skills, leadership skills for educators, law enforcement professionals, and chambers of commerce members.

The director is also responsible for administration of the Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC), an inter-institutional program of The University of North Carolina which provides counseling free of charge to individuals seeking to start or expand a business.

2-6.10 Special Assistant to the Chancellor

The Special Assistant to the Chancellor is responsible for a wide variety of functions including policy advisement, data collection, and report writing. This person serves internal and liaison roles to the board of trustees, public officials, the administrative team, staff, faculty, and students and external constituencies. The Special Assistant manages administrative and specially assigned projects. In the absence of a full-time legal advisor, the Special Assistant will coordinate legal affairs.

2-6.11 Internal Auditor

The Internal Auditor provides assurances that internal controls are adequate and effective in promoting efficiency and protecting the assets of the University; that departments comply with internal and external policies, regulations, and procedures; and that financial statements and reports conform to University, and cognizant agencies policies, procedures, and generally accepted accounting principles.

2-7 OFFICE FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

DEPARTMENT CHAIRS

Aerospace Studies (AFROTC)
Linda Ellen Oxendine, B.A., M.Ed., Ph.D. - American Indian Studies
Paul Van Zandt, B.F.A., M.F.A. - Art
Bonnie A. Kelley, B.S., M.Ed., Ph.D. - Biology
Kenneth Clow, B.A., M.B.A., Ph.D. - Business Administration
Jose J. D'Arruda, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. - Chemistry and Physics
Thomas J. Leach, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. - Communicative Arts
Donald R. Little, B.A., M.Ed., Ed.D. - Education
Thomas E. Ross, B.A., M.S., Ph.D. - Geology and Geography
Thomas M. Thompson, B.S., M.A., D.A. - Health, Physical Education and Recreation
Robert W. Brown, B.A., M.A. Ph.D. - History
Douglas Norman, B.S., M.A., Ed.D. - Mass Communications
Gilbert L. Sampson, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. - Mathematics and Computer Science
Military Science (AROTC)
George R. Walter, B.S., M.M., Ph.D. - Music
Edward Russell, B.S.N, M.S.N, Ph.D. - Director, Nursing Program
Daniel G. Barbee, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. - Director, Organizational Leadership and Management Program
Ray K. Sutherland, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. - Philosophy and Religion

Robert O. Schneider, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. - Political Science
Elizabeth Denny, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. - Psychology & Counseling
John R. Bowman, B.A., M.S., Ph.D. - Sociology, Social Work and Criminal Justice

2-7.1 Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

The Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs is responsible to the Provost/Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. She provides leadership, direction, and assistance in three vital areas: planning and developing academic programs, serving as coordinator of General Education, and recruiting, developing, and evaluating full-time and part-time faculty. Department chairs are responsible to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. She is also responsible for monitoring departmental publications, class absences of instructional personnel, semester class schedules, faculty teaching loads, classroom and office assignments, and the Faculty Handbook. Additionally, she is responsible for monitoring external employment of faculty, final examinations exemption requests, and requests for courses by special arrangement and independent study. She performs other duties as assigned by the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.

2-7.2 Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

The Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs is responsible to the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. He provides leadership, direction, and coordination for the academic support areas and acts as liaison between these areas and other areas of the University. Reporting directly to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs are the Registrar, the Director of University Computing and Information Services, the Director of Admissions, the Director of Institutional Research, the Director of Library Services, the Director of Continuing Education and Summer Session, the Director/Curator of the Native American Resource Center, the Director of the Media Center, the Director of the College Opportunity Program, and the Director of Student Support Programs, the Director of North Carolina Health Career Program and the Director of HCOP. He performs other duties as assigned by the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.

2-7.3 Dean of Graduate Studies

The Office for Graduate Studies is organized and administered by the Dean of Graduate Studies, who is responsible to the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs for planning, implementation, development, supervision, and evaluation of all graduate programs. The Dean's duties include working with the Graduate Council to develop policy in admissions and registration; keeping academic records; assuring academic program standards; and developing program budgets.

2-7.4 Director of Teacher Education

The Director of Teacher Education is responsible for the coordination, development, and evaluation of all teacher education programs on a University-wide basis and reports directly to the Provost/Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. This administrative andprogram officer serves as chairman of the University-wide Teacher Education Committee and works with the chairs of all departments with teacher education programs to ensure quality teacher preparation and compliance with state and national accreditation standards. Specific duties include: serving as the University's Quality Assurance Program Officer; serving as chair of the Teacher Education Committee; coordinating admissions to all teacher education programs; serving as the University licensure officer; monitoring the progress of all teacher education majors admitted to candidacy; conducting appropriate follow-up studies of teacher education graduates; coordinating University efforts to improve NTE performance; and implementing other activities and projects as assigned by the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.

2-7.5 Director of University-School Services

The Director of University-School Services is responsible for providing leadership and coordination for the University's public school outreach programs, partnerships, and services and reports directly to the Provost/Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs in that role.

The Director works in conjunction with the faculty, staff, and Director of Teacher Education to carry out the University's commitment to assisting the public K-12 schools. His responsibilities include: facilitating the public service mission of UNC Pembroke by functioning as coordinator of school outreach programs, partnerships, and services; providing leadership in the development and implementation of university-school programs, partnerships, and services; collaborating with local education agencies in the recruitment of students into education careers and the recruitment of candidates for the ECU/UNCP Masters in School Administration program; representing the University at appropriate meetings and functions related to public school activities; providing the University with information and reports on the effectiveness of university-school programs, partnerships, and services; arranging and coordinating periodic meetings with University representatives and school officials in the UNCP region; pursuing sources of funding to enhance collaborative partnerships; and continuing leadership for such activities as the "First Friday" program. He also serves as chair of the University-School Services Advisory Committee.

Additionally, the Director is also responsible for coordinating and monitoring early field experiences, student teaching, school social work internship experiences, and graduate internship experiences. Other specific duties include: screening applicants for the professional semester; coordinating placements for student teachers, school social work interns, and graduate interns; monitoring the performance of student teachers; maintaining accurate records of student teaching and internship experiences; coordinating the Teacher Education Program admission interviews; implementing other activities and projects as assigned; and serving as a member of the Teacher Education Committee.

The Assistant Director of School Partnerships reports to the Director of University-School Services and assists the Director with carrying out the responsibilities and duties in school partnerships.

2-7.6 Director, Office of Grants

The Office of Grants functions under the auspices of Academic Affairs, and the Director reports to the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. The Office of Grants aligns with similar offices on the 16 campuses of The University of North Carolina. It reports all grant, contract and cooperative activities to the Research Division, The University of North Carolina General Administration. The Director is responsible for implementing and managing the University's grant, contract and cooperative agreement program. As the focal point for sponsored research and programs, staff provides technical assistance and other support services to faculty and staff members in proposal development. The Director is also responsible for developing grant proposals, maintaining sponsor databases, and alerting faculty and staff to potential sponsored program opportunities that are compatible with their interests. Sponsored programs must be consistent with the mission of the University. Examples of these include: applied and basic research, national research service awards, research career training, instructional, teaching awards, public service programs, student training programs, and economic development activities. Internal and external partnerships and collaborative arrangements are encouraged.

The university policy on developing and processing sponsored program proposals is delineated in the Guide for External Programs Support, Office of Development and University Relations, July 1, 1993.

2-7.7 Director of Continuing Education and Summer Session

The Director of Continuing Education and Summer Session is responsible to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs for the development, administration, and supervision of a program of continuing education and extension work for: (a) additional evening college and weekend degree credit opportunities, (b) additional off-campus, degree credit, and certificate-renewal credit inservice education classes for public school personnel, (c) off-campus credit and non-credit instructional services for the employees of public agencies and industries, and (d) special interest activities for students and for non-student adults in the University's service region. The Director is also responsible for the overall planning, management, and evaluation of the summer session program. He will beresponsible for working closely with all academic departments of the University in the development of specific course offerings and of sequences designed to complete major requirements of particular programs through primarily evening-hour attendance.

2-7.8 Director of Library Services

The Director of Library Services is responsible to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs for the building, balancing, and managing of the University's collections of educational media housed in the Sampson-Livermore Library. The Director performs the following duties: acts as the library officer for finance, personnel, public information, and security; coordinates reference, interlibrary loan, cataloging, circulation, periodicals, and other services through library supervisors; supports the University's instructional programs and cooperative programs with other libraries; performs routine and special research for the University administrative officers and the state and federal departments of education; and supervises the employment of students as library assistants.

2-7.9 Director of College Opportunity Program

The Director of College Opportunity Program is responsible for directing and coordinating the College Opportunity Program (COP). Included in her duties are supervision of the College Opportunity Program; coordination of placement testing for COP students; supervision of the instructional activities and freshman composition for the students identified in the College Opportunity Program; coordination and supervision of the advisement and counseling of these students; and supervision of the Learning Center. An additional major responsibility is the development of a system for the collection of data for evaluation purposes of COP. The Director is responsible to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.

2-7.10 Registrar

This officer is responsible to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. Her primary responsibilities are: registering students; maintaining all student academic records; checking hours and grade point averages for gradation; preparing the graduation list; maintaining all grade reports; supervising the preparation of various forms on individual students as required by federal, state and institutional agencies; and supervising the issuance of transcripts to appropriate individuals and agencies.

2-7.11 Director of Admissions

This officer is responsible to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. His primary responsibilities are (1) to provide high school counselors with adequateinformation regarding the University, its programs, and its admissions requirements and procedures; (2) to arrange visits to high schools in the State; (3) to evaluate records of applicants for admission or transfer to the University; (4) to supervise the admissions counselors and office staff; (5) to work with students, faculty, administrators, alumni, trustees and others to promote the University and to encourage qualified students to enroll; and (6) to prepare and distribute reports as may be required.

2-7.12 Director for Office of University Computing and Information Services

The Director for Office of University Computing and Information Services is responsible to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs for directing University computing, directing the NC-REN facility, administering networking systems, and the reporting of institutional data as required by General Administration. The responsibilities include programming support, faculty development, faculty and staff training for software and computer usage, academic and administrative computing, a local campus-wide data network, access to LINC NET, NCIH and INTERNET, and the compilation of University data required for submission to General Administration. In addition, the Director also works with directors of the appropriate offices on the adaptation of admissions, registration, financial records, personnel, purchasing, alumni, and the institutional advancement procedures to automated data processing procedures. The Director is also responsible for the collection of information and the compilation of statistical reports as required by the University.

2-7.13 Director of Student Support Programs

The Director of Student Support Programs is responsible to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs for the management and supervision of the Upward Bound/Special Services Program and North Carolina Health Manpower Development Program (NCHMDP). His duties include the planning, development, and implementation of the Student Support Services Program and the NCHMDP.

2-7.14 Director/Curator of the Native American Resource Center

The Director/Curator of the Native American Resource Center is responsible for the general administration of the Center and for the selection and acquisition of artifacts and materials for the collection. The responsibilities of this position include formulating policies and goals; short-range and long-range planning including space utilization and maintenance needs; storing, displaying, and cataloging the acquisitions; scheduling activities within the Center including establishing exhibits and organizing tours; supervising secretarial staff; managing the Center's finances; presenting lectures to community or special groups;promoting the Center; developing Center publications; helping to gain external funding to enhance the development of the Center; assisting with external funding in related areas of the University; and teaching interdisciplinary courses related to Native Americans. The Director/Curator is responsible to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.

2-7.15 Department Chairs

The Chairs of the academic departments are responsible to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. Their responsibilities include the general management and administration of their departments; providing leadership and example to their departments and the University in teaching and scholarly/professional activities; the recruitment of departmental staff and faculty; the preparation of class schedules; the assignment of teaching loads; the assignment of advisees; the preparation of departmental budget requests; the academic advisement of students; the assignment of office space; the scheduling of university facilities, including classrooms; the processing of travel requests; the establishment and maintenance of daily office hours by faculty members; the preparation and submission of requests by faculty members to be absent from class and/or absent from the University; academic planning; and preparation of evaluations and recommendations concerning members of their departments. Chairs of those departments offering teacher education programs work with the Director of Teacher Education to ensure quality teacher preparation and compliance with state and national accreditation standards. The Chairs work cooperatively with the academic officers of the University.

2-7.16 Director of Media Center

The Director of the Media Center is responsible to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs for the management of the Media Center. His duties include development and coordination of plans for the Media Center services to academic departments, to the testing center, to the library, and to other University units. He will also render community service and service to University students as directed by the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.

2-7.16 Director of School and Program Services

The Director of School and Program Services is responsible for coordinating University efforts to work with and serve area schools and for coordinating and monitoring all student teaching, school social work internship, and graduate internship experiences. The Director reports directly to the Director of Teacher Education and is a member of the Teacher Education Committee. Specific duties include: serving as chair of the School Services Advisory Committee; working with area schools/systems to develop and implement annual planned programs of service; screening all applicants for the professional semester; coordinating placements for all student teachers, school social work interns, and graduate interns; monitoring the performance of all student teachers; maintaining accurate records ofstudent teaching and internship experiences; coordinating the Teacher Education Program admission interviews; and implementing other teacher education administrative activities and projects as assigned by the Director of Teacher Education.

2-7.17 Director of School and Program Services

The Director of School and Program Services is responsible for coordinating University efforts to work with and serve area schools and for coordinating and monitoring all student teaching, school social work internship, and graduate internship experiences. The Director reports directly to the Director of Teacher Education and is a member of the Teacher Education Committee. Specific duties include: serving as chair of the School Services Advisory Committee; working with area schools/systems to develop and implement annual planned programs of service; screening all applicants for the professional semester; coordinating placements for all student teachers, school social work interns, and graduate interns; monitoring the performance of all student teachers; maintaining accurate records of student teaching and internship experiences; coordinating the Teacher Education Program admission interviews; and implementing other teacher education administrative activities and projects as assigned by the Director of Teacher Education.

2-7.18 Director of Instructional Technology (for Teacher Education)

The Director of Instructional Technology (for Teacher Education) is responsible for developing and providing instructional programs and activities for teacher education faculty and students. Reporting directly to the Director of Teacher Education, the Director's specific duties include: developing and implementing a program to assist teacher education faculty in using instructional technology; designing and implementing a program to assess the instructional technology skills of preservice and inservice educators (undergraduate and graduate students); designing and implementing a program to provide preservice and inservice educators enrolled at UNCP the skills needed to effectively utilize instructional technology in the classroom; working with the Office of School Services to design and implement instructional technology inservice training opportunities for area educators; and directing the Teacher Education Computer Laboratory.

2-7.19 Director of the Teaching Fellows Program

The Director of the Teaching Fellows Program is responsible for planning, implementing, and monitoring all aspects of the Teaching Fellows Program. Reporting to the Director of Teacher Education, the Director's specific responsibilities include: developing and implementing recruitment and program activities; working with appropriate offices and individuals on campus to promote the program, arrange for housing, arrange for special programs and activities, etc.; serving as academic advisor to the Teaching Fellows; monitoring the progress of Teaching Fellows; submitting all reports/information requested by the Public School Forum and/or Teaching Fellows Commission in a timely manner; and serving as a member of the Teaching Fellows Advisory Committee.

2-7.20 Coordinator of Freshman Seminar and Academic Advisement

The Coordinator of Freshman Seminar and Academic Advisement is responsible to the Title III Coordinator. His/her primary responsibilities are to increase retention by providing a more comprehensive and effective Freshman Seminar and Advisement program. Specifically, he is to: organize, staff, train, evaluate and teach in the Freshman Seminar course; coordinate and administer the College Student Inventory; develop and conduct student success workshops based on needs identified by the Inventory and other sources (students with less than a 1.5 QPA, students placed on probation, students identified through the Early Alert Program, etc.); train advisors to track student progress toward graduation through the use of ActionTrack; provide leadership for the University advisement program for all students during advisement periods, beginning with each freshman class; and develop and train departmental advisors on advisement techniques. A stipend is provided to ensurethat the above activities are ongoing during the summer months. Specifically, the Coordinator is responsible for the advisement activities during Summer Orientation, development of various faculty and student workshops, updating the University Advisement Manual, and working on other tasks as assigned by the Title III Coordinator and the Office for Academic Affairs.

2-7.21 Telephone Operator Supervisor

The Telephone Operator Supervisor is responsible for coordinating University telephone service, training new operators, and provides general University information to students, visitors, and staff. She reports to the Director of University Computing and Information Services.

2-8 OFFICE FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS

James B. Chavis, B.S., M.A.Ed., Ed.D. - Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Diane O. Jones, B.S., M.S., Ed.D. - Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Alec Price, B.A., M.A. - Dean of Students
Raymond Cummings, B.S., M.A.Ed. - Director of Student Activities
Abdul Ghaffar, B.S., M.A. - Assistant Director of Student Activities
Cynthia L. Oxendine, B.S., M.A.Ed. - Director of Chavis University Center
Gwen Simmons, B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. - Director of Counseling and Testing
George Gressman, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. - Assistant Director of Counseling and Testing
Lisa Schaeffer, B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. - Director of Career Services Center
Theresa DeCarlo - Director of Financial Aid
Sue A. Sims, B.A., M.Ed. - Assistant Director of Financial Aid
Holden Hansen, B.A., M.F.A. - Executive Director of Givens Performing Arts Center
David P. Thaggard, B.A. - Assistant Director of Givens Performing Arts Center
Frank Woriax, M.D. - University Physician
Geneva Sutton, B.S., R.N. - Director of Student Health Services

2-8.1 Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

Reporting directly to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs is responsible for providing leadership to and for the management of the following components of the Division of Student Affairs: Student Activities; University Center Operations; Career Services; and staff development for Student Affairs personnel. The Directors of Student Activities, University Center and Career Services report directly to this administrative officer. Special projects and activities are performed as assigned by the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs.

2-8.2 Dean of Students

In addition to assisting the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs in carrying out his total program, this officer is specifically responsible for the supervision of residence halls including housekeeping and maintenance, the assignment of on-campus student housing, and student judicial matters.

2-8.3 Director of Student Activities

The Director of Student Activities is responsible for the coordination, development, implementation and evaluation of campus programs and activities. Other primary responsibilities include, student leadership development, coordination of the student activities calendar, advising student organizations on campus, preparing student activity publications and monitoring the Student Government Association budget.

2-8.4 Director of University Center

The Director of the University Center is responsible for the overall management and supervision of the University Center operations; scheduling, supervising, and managing the gameroom, bowling lanes, lounge and conference areas, information/supply store, music listening room and TV viewing areas; supervising and coordinating the work of the Gameroom Manager, Information Supply Store Manager, part-time and student employees. Revenue from the service areas and budgetary fiscal reporting is also the responsibility of the Director of the University Center.

2-8.5 Director of Counseling and Testing Center

The Director is responsible to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs for the management and administration of the Counseling and Testing Center. The Director's duties include personal/social counseling services and testing services which are pertinent to the admission and course placement of students.

2-8.6 Director of Career Services

The primary function of the Director of Career Services is to assist students and alumni with career planning and the job search. The Director is available to assist students in deciding their major, assessing their skills and interests, exploring job information and graduate schools, critiquing resumes, developing interview skills and determining job-hunting strategies. The Director is responsible to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs.

2-8.7 Director of Financial Aid

This officer is responsible to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs for the following duties: meeting with prospective students to explain available programs and making analyses of their individual financial needs; screening and processing applications according to absolute need and availability of funds; preparing and submitting applications to the Office of Education for federal student aid funds; preparing and submitting annual, quarterly and monthly reports to federal, state and institutional funding agencies; workingwith Financial Aid Committee in allocating all funds; and coordinating the Work-Study program, including assigning students to the various work sites on campus.

The Financial Aid Officer is also responsible for counseling Veterans and Veteran Dependents concerning their educational benefits and for certifying to the Veterans Administration enrollment data necessary for these students to receive their monthly benefit checks.

2-8.8 Executive Director of Givens Performing Arts Center

The Executive Director of the Givens Performing Arts Center is responsible to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs for the management and supervision of THE SEASON, community and university programs, the university marshals, and the varied cultural programs scheduled in the Performing Arts Center.

2-8.9 University Physician

A nurse is on duty around the clock from 7:00 a.m. on Monday through 4:00 p.m. on Fridays. Physician hours for routine treatment will be posted at the Student Health Services.

2-8.10 Director of Student Health Services

The Director of Student Health Services is responsible for the operation of the Infirmary and the care and treatment of student patients.

2-8.11 Campus Minister

The campus minister provides opportunities for spiritual enrichment, social activities, and religious service. He seeks to help students integrate spiritual values, intellectual pursuits, and personal development.

2-9 OFFICE FOR BUSINESS AFFAIRS

R. Neil Hawk, B.B.A. - Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs

Vacant - Director of Business Services
Gloria Chavis - Central Stores Manager
Wilbert Chavis - Printing Department Manager
Ila Gray, B.S.A.S. - Controller
Kurt Hoffman - Director of Food Services
Bernard Locklear, B.B.A. - Director of Physical Plant
Carolyn H. Locklear, A.S. - Payroll Officer
Kate Locklear - Human Resources Director
Karen A. Swiney, B.A. - Bookstore Manager
Paulette Dial, B.S.A.S - Bursar/Systems Accountant
Ruby Smith, B.S. - Grants Accountant
Roger Killian, B.A., M.A. - Financial Planning & Budgets

2-9.1 Controller

The Controller is responsible for financial planning and budgets; all accounting functions for the University, including receipt, custody, and disbursement of funds; student accounts receivable; accounts payable; inventory records and reconciliation; student loans receivable; payroll; accounting for grants and contracts; and financial reporting.

2-9.2 Director of Financial Planning and Budgets

The Director is responsible for coordinating the financial planning process with the University planning process. Included within this task will be budget development, analysis, control, and reporting to University departments, as well as State and Federal agencies.

2-9.3 Director of Business Services

The Director oversees the general purchasing activities for all academic and administrative departments on campus. Duties include receiving requisitions from the departments, obtaining competitive bids, and placing purchase orders with vendors. He is also responsible for the sale of surplus property on campus and establishment of service contracts. The Business Services department consists of Purchasing, Central Stores, Central Receiving, Post Office, Fixed Assets, Print Shop, and Surplus Property.

2-9.4 Bookstore Manager

The University Bookstore is operated as an Auxiliary Enterprise under the direct supervision of the Bookstore Manager. The Bookstore is a part of the Business Affairs Division. They sell textbooks, school supplies, soft goods, and miscellaneous sundry items.

2-9.5 Director of Physical Plant

The Director of Physical Plant is responsible for management of the ongoing daily operations of building services, facilities maintenance services, grounds/landscape services, and the University Police. Further responsibilities include vehicle reservations, energy management, University recycling, and administration of University Key Policy. The Director oversees facilities planning, which includes new construction and renovations.

2-9.6 Director of Food Services

The University Cafeteria is operated under the general supervision of the Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs and is contracted out to the Marriott Corporation. Marriott provide students' meal plans, a sandwich snack shop, and catering services.

2-9.7 Printing Department Manager

The Manager is responsible for providing printing, copying, and reproduction services for all departments on campus.

2-9.8 Central Stores Manager

The Central Stores Manager is responsible for receiving, fixed asset inventory, and delivering purchased items on campus. Central Stores also maintains a supply of expendable items that are available to all institutional departments at a reasonable charge.

2-9.9 Payroll Officer

The office is responsible for the preparation of all permanent, temporary, and supplemental University payrolls.

2-9.10 Bursar/Systems Accountant

The Bursar is responsible for the receipt and custody of and accountability for all institutional revenues, student accounts, and security access to financial records.

2-9.11 Human Resources Director

The Human Resources Director is responsible for directing the University's SPA employment process, which includes preparation and processing of paperwork relating to new employees, promotions, salary increases, etc. The Director is also responsible for employee orientation, training, and exit interviews. The Human Resources Department manages all fringe-benefit programs for faculty and staff and administers the Equal Employment Opportunity program.

2-9.12 Grants Accountant

The Grants Accountant works with the Grants office and project directors on budget development and financial reporting.

2-10 OFFICE FOR DEVELOPMENT AND UNIVERSITY RELATIONS

Vacant - Vice Chancellor for Development and University Relations
Glen G. Burnette, Jr., B.A., M.Ed. - Director, Office of Alumni Relations
Vacant - Director, Office of Development
Vacant - Director, Office of Telecommunications
Doneal G. Gersh, B.A., M.A., A.P.R. - Director, Office of University Relations

2-10.1 Director, Office of Alumni Relations and Annual Fund

The Director of Alumni Relations is responsible to the Vice Chancellor for Development and University Relations for planning, coordinating and implementing a comprehensive program for alumni which continually involves them with the University. As Executive Director of the Alumni Association, this officer works closely with a diverse board of volunteers to develop such programs and to identify more volunteers. As principal liaison between the University and its alumni, the Director of Alumni Relations works to promote a cooperative and enthusiastic partnership between all alumni, the University and its representatives. As Director of the Annual Fund, this officer is responsible for direct mail solicitations, phonathons and volunteer recruitment.

2-10.2 Director, Office of Development

The Director of Development is responsible to the Vice Chancellor for Development and University Relations. The Director is responsible for the development and management of the resource development program which includes, but is not limited to, a program to identify, research, cultivate, solicit and perform stewardship for all donor/prospects, gift administration, membership administration, information systems, and fund stewardship in support of the educational and financial objectives of UNC Pembroke. The Director works cooperatively with faculty, staff and administrators in developing gift solicitations on behalf of their programs, as well as volunteers identifying, cultivating and soliciting gifts.

As Executive Director of the Chancellor's Club (organization for donors of $1,000 or more annually), the Director plans and implements the recruitment of new club members and works to insure the retention of current members.

The Director is responsible for the management of records, files and recognition programs for all cash, gifts-in-kind and deferred gifts from private sources (non-governmental) to the University. In addition, the Director oversees the stewardship of scholarships and all other gifts.

The Director assists the Vice Chancellor in serving as liaison to the UNCP Foundation, Inc. in developing and administering fund management and accounting.

2-10.3 Director, Office of Telecommunications

The Director of Telecommunications is responsible to the Vice Chancellor for Development and University Relations for the supervision and coordination of television facilities, staff and operations. The primary responsibilities of this position include: oversight of television production facilities and programming, supervising and teaching mass communications curricular offerings, supervision of campus to community electronic communications, production and distribution of University television public service announcements, liaison with advisory boards, and promotion of the communications facilities to assure broad public awareness of their availability. The Director also serves as general manager of WNCP-TV, executive producer of all television programs produced there, and as liaison with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and other state and federal agencies. The Director helps cultivate individuals of importance to the University through hospitality and tours of WNCP-TV.

2-10.4 Director, Office of University Relations

As a management function which serves The University of North Carolina at Pembroke community as well as the county, region, state and nation, the Office of University Relations has as its primary goal the positive linkage of the University to all of its publics. It also enhances the institution's image through a wide variety of services.

Responsible for selected internal and external communications and promotional campaigns, the Director also acts as the official spokesperson for the University and is the institution's representative to all media. As such, the Director and staff coordinate media coverage for the University and its people; design and implement public relations plans; write and distribute news releases and features; identify and photograph subjects for such coverage; and contribute a public relations perspective to these operations and other University policies and programs.

The University Publications Office is responsible for providing expertise to the University community in their publication needs such as: publication production, development of the University catalog, department brochures, and alumni publications.

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