The university’s central finance and budget team is comprised of three units: the Business Affairs Office, responsible for ensuring that the institution applies sound and responsive business practices while adhering to all regulations, policies, procedures, and industry standards; Budget and Resource Planning, which is tasked with developing and implementing the university’s budget processes, policies and practices in alignment with the institution’s resources, mission and objectives; and Institutional Research, which provides information and analytical support to the university's decision makers.
Campus Planning and Facilities Management is comprised of five units—Facilities Services, Utilities and Energy, Campus Planning, Design and Construction, and the Office of Sustainability. We are the creative problem solvers for issues around space, design, and operations. We work together in a collaborative and communicative way to serve the greater campus community.
The offices of Human Resources and Afirmative Action aim to strategically partner with the university community as a comprehensive, innovative, and results-oriented resource modeled on the very best human resources practices; deliver a variety of services and programs which underscore a commitment to inclusiveness, respect, fairness, and accountability; and strive to be to be proactive, consultative partners meeting the needs of employees and operations across the institution. Retirement Plans Management, a part of the HR team, administers the retirement plans for Oregon's public universities.
Safety and Risk Services (SRS) collaborates with students, staff, faculty, visitors, and the surrounding community, to safeguard life and health and mitigate threats to the university’s core mission of academics, research, and public service. SRS provides professional services, technical assistance and planning, education, and regulatory oversight. SRS is comprised of emergency management and fire prevention, environmental health and safety, campus geographic information systems, risk management, and the UO Police Department.
The VPFA’s administrative services group is comprised of four units, two that support the university by providing essential services to the campus community—the Department of Parking and Transportation and Printing and Mailing Services—and two that provide administrative support to units within and outside of the VPFA portfolio—Finance and Administration Shared Services and VPFA IT Services.