Finance and Administration

The Office of Finance and Administration:

Acts as the steward of the University’s financial resources

  • Oversees non-academic human resources
  • Oversees campus space, services and IT
  • Supports finance, audit and facilities committees

 

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Anthony D. DeCocinis
Vice President for Finance and Administration
[email protected]

Anthony DeCocinis is Vice President for Finance and Administration. Previously, as Chief Financial Officer of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, he led major improvements in the processes and financial viability of a tuition-dependent institution. Tony’s undergraduate degree is from La Salle University, he received his MBA from Colorado State University, and he is currently pursuing a doctorate in higher education at Northeastern University.


Business Services

Business Services is responsible for the financial administration of all student billing related to tuition and fees, room and board, and for the processing of refunds. The department also provides central support to the campus community in the areas of accounting, budget reporting, contracts and audits.

Events and Conference Services

The Events and Conference Services department offers a variety of support services including calendar management, space reservations, facilities rentals and scheduling and coordination of summer camps, conferences, weddings, and other special events.

Facilities Services

The Facilities Services team creates and maintains the campus environment that enables students, faculty, and staff to engage in the Dominican values of study, reflection, community, and service.

Human Resources

The Human Resources Office provides expertise to the Dominican campus community by serving as a strategic partner and resource in the areas of recruitment, employment, benefits and wellness, training and development, performance management, employee recognition and retention, and risk management.

Information and Technology Services

Information and Technology Services (ITS) provides access, infrastructure, and support services to members of the campus community. The department provides a secure, reliable and effective information technology environment in order to support the pursuit of the University’s mission and strategic goals.