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DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE

james Bartlett

Raymond Bartlett

Senior Vice Chancellor and Senior Vice President

Welcome to the Division of Administration and Finance at the University of Houston, comprised of more than 1,100 employees within eight business units reporting to the Senior Vice President for Administration and Finance.

As an integral foundation with a Commitment to Service Excellence, the Mission of the Division of Administration and Finance is to provide a platform for nationally competitive and internationally recognized opportunities of learning, discovery, and engagement for a diverse student population in a real-world setting by leading, supporting and enabling Strategic Goals of institutional effectiveness for the University of Houston and the University of Houston System.

For all the news and highlights from across the Division of A&F, check out the latest issue of the A&F S.P.I.R.I.T. Newsletter. The newsletter is sent to all Division Staff.

 

ICYMI: News You Can Use

Highlights

  • Pay with your Digital Cougar Card

    Pay with your Digital Cougar Card

    Exciting news from Cougar Card! You can now pay for your meals at Cougar Woods with your digital Cougar Card. It’s easy. Open your digital cougar card in the UH Go app. Use the QR code for meal swipe, Cougar Cash and ShastaBucks transactions!
  • Delivery Services is here for you!

    Delivery Services is here for you!

    We are here for all you mail and shipping needs. We are located accross campus on Elgin accross from Architecture in the Genral Services Building. We have convienent parking and the UH shuttle passes right by. Make an appointment to drop off your package with us. Click Here
  • Priority Parking Permits for Students

    Priority Parking Permits for Students

    Priority renewal is for students who currently have a parking permit and want to keep the same permit for the coming year. It is not for students who want a different permit.
  • You can mail your taxes with us!

    You can mail your taxes with us!

    Please drop all of your tax documents at our main office. This will ensure that they get to the IRS in a timely manner. We are located accross campus on Elgin accross from Architecture in the Genral Services Building. We have convienent parking and the UH shuttle passes right by. Make an appointment to drop off your package with us. Click Here
  • Parking and Transportation Virtual Townhall

    Parking and Transportation Virtual Townhall

    During the upcoming spring town halls, we plan to discuss numerous positive changes regarding campus parking that will be in effect for the start of the fall 2021 semester.

    If you have a question, you can submit it to us by fill out this short form. We will try to answer each and every one of them.

    Meeting for Faculty and Staff
    Wednesday, April 21
    11 a.m.-noon

    Meeting for Students
    Thursday, April 22
    1-2 p.m.

     

     

  • Spring Semester

    What's New in UH Dining

    To explore our plan for keeping you safe, sign up for a meal plan, and view the Spring 2021 hours of operation, visit us online for more information.

    DIY: Grow Kits | Virtual Event: April 21 | 8 am - 4 pm
    Earth Day Lunch | April 22 | 10 am - 2 pm
    Teaching Kitchen: Kale Salads with Chia Seeds Dressing April 28 | 3 - 2:30 pm

    Be sure to follow @uhfoodie on social media!

  • UH Bike Registration

    UH Bike Registration

    Students, faculty and staff who have a bicycle on campus are required to register it. Registration takes only minutes to complete and is free. A registration sticker will be provided and should be placed on the bicycle.

    If the bicycle is ever lost or stolen, the University will have the serial number and other identifying information. If the bicycle is recovered, this information makes it much easier to return the bicycle to its rightful owner. Log in to your myParking account through AccessUH to register.
  • Summer and Fall Textbook Adoptions

    Summer and Fall Textbook Adoptions

    The Campus Store is accepting textbook adoptions!

    The deadline for Summer and Fall 2021 is April 15, 2021.

    If you need assistance in researching options for your upcoming courses, we are happy to help!

    Submitting adoption information on time is crucial to contributing to course materials affordability for our students.

    The earlier adoptions are received by the campus store, the more time we have to perform in-depth sourcing for used and rental inventory. This in turn can translate to significant savings for your students, which is why on-time submissions are so important!

    You may also watch a Follett Discover demo video to learn more: https://www.follett.com/discover/training.cfm.

  • Color Tallks

    Color Tallks

    Public Art UHS presents Color Talks, a series of live conversations featuring the artists of Color Field and special guests.

    Color Talks with Sam Falls | Apr 27, 2021

    Color Talks with Spencer Finch | May 25 2021

    Self-Guided Tours | Through the end of May

    Public Art of the University of Houston System is pleased to offer self-guided tours of the University of Houston’s outdoor sculptures and the Temporary Public Art exhibition, Color Field, in fall 2020. For your safety and wellbeing, and that of the campus community, the University is requesting that you make advanced reservations for free self-guided tours, that you limit group size to 10 or fewer people, and that you follow the University’s COVID-19 protocols for visitors. Register to visit.

  • Office of Administration 2020 Annual Highlights

    Office of Administration 2020 Annual Highlights

    With a steadfast commitment to the A&F S.P.I.R.I.T. of “Customer Service Excellence,” the Office of Administration includes an exemplary portfolio of on-campus services among the program areas of Auxiliary Services, and University Services.

  • A&F Highlights Innovative Technology

    A&F Highlights Innovative Technology

    It's an exciting time as we continue to enhance and improve the many services provided from across the Division through innovative technology to the UH community.  Read about the latest highlights of all things technology focused in this issue of the A&F S.P.I.R.I.T. Newsletter

  • NACAS features Dr. Emily Messa

    NACAS features Dr. Emily Messa

    Dr. Emily Messa discusses the importance of benchmarking with National Association of College Auxiliary Services members in a brief video.

  • Final Four gear hits shelves at UH campus bookstore

    Final Four gear hits shelves at UH campus bookstore

    The bookstore received 22 boxes of shirts Tuesday morning, and more are on the way, including the same shirts worn by the team after Monday's win.

    The University of Houston Campus Bookstore was the place to be Tuesday. It had a constant crowd of fans stopping by to get their hands on the store’s newest T-shirt -- the one that says Final Four, of course.

    From students to staff and even alumni, Cougar fans of all kinds were getting their paws on the university’s newest product.

  • A&F Resilience and Responsiveness Kicks off 2021

    A&F Resilience and Responsiveness Kicks off 2021

    After a year of anxiety, what can we expect from the year of the ox in 2021?
    Click here to view the latest issue of the A&F Division Newsletter to learn more.

  • Cougar Card Available in the UH Go App!

    Cougar Card Available in the UH Go App!

    Use your cougar card on the UH Go App for remote exams, on and off campus perks, plus much more!
  • Free COVID-19 Testing

    Free COVID-19 Testing

    The University of Houston is partnering with the well-known testing company Curative to provide a free, walk-up kiosk on campus where faculty, students, and staff can be tested regardless of whether they have symptoms. By appointment only, the testing service will begin on Jan. 20 in front of the UH Student Center South from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  • UPHD and Stay Cougar Safe Continues to Serve the UH Community

    UPHD and Stay Cougar Safe Continues to Serve the UH Community

    Though COVID-19 has limited many physical interactions, UHPD and Stay Cougar Safe, an ongoing outreach and engagement safety initiative across the UH community, have both continued to serve the UH community virtually and on campus. 

    Call Markenna Pharr (713) 743-0270 or send an email to mpharr@central.uh.edu for more details on how to schedule Chief Moore for your next virtual meeting. 

  • Learn More About the A&F Student Ambassadors

    Learn More About the A&F Student Ambassadors

    A&F Student Ambassadors are focused on supporting our divisional services. This semester, the student ambassadors are connecting with departments on opportunities to increase engagement with the larger student body. Please submit a service request form to request assistance from the A&F student ambassadors. 
  • Department Appointment Portal

    Department Appointment Portal

    So much to do and not enough time to stand in line!? Don’t worry, you can get in line remotely! We will text you when you’ve reached the front of the line.
  • UHPD Made the Grade

    UHPD Made the Grade!

    UHPD was ranked among the top 500 power-players by Security Magazine. Only two Texas schools made the list. We are the only public Texas school highlighted.

  • Follow us on Twitter!

    Follow us on Twitter!

    Stay Cougar Safe The headquarters for all things safety!
  • UH Pride Face Coverings

    UH Pride Face Coverings

    Shop unique University face masks and covers at the Campus Store.

  • Zoom Backgrounds

    Zoom Backgrounds

    We have created a few backgrounds for you to use for your Zoom or Team meetings.
  • Houston Public Media's Response to COVID-19

    Houston Public Media's Response to COVID-19

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  • HR Virtual Training

    HR Virtual Training

    To meet the training needs of our UH community, Human Resources is offering live virtual training programs covering a variety of topics. These programs will include training from Talent Acquisition and Management, the Human Resources Business Partners, and Talent Development.

    Take a tour of our training offerings to get started on your personal development journey today!
    Click here for more information.

ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE AT A GLANCE

  • 77trees planted last year
  • 1 MILLION# of meals per year in the 2 dining commons
  • Nearly 700UH System Collection Artworks
  • $1.5 BILLIONinvested in facilities
  • 4,000# of COAST participants

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