Business and Finance
Welcome to the Business and Finance division home page. Business and Finance, as stewards of St. Norbert College, will optimize human, financial and physical resources to provide exemplary service in support of the college’s mission in an environment that enables superior education in the Norbertine tradition.
Auxiliary Services provides campus support for the college community and is responsible for generating auxiliary revenues that helps support the college’s operating budget. Auxiliary Services areas include: Dining Services, Campus Card Services, Catering/Conferencing Services, Kress Inn, SNC Bookstore, SNC Online Store, Copy/Mail Services and the Continuing Education Institute.
The department of facilities is responsible for the maintenance and care of over 1.2 million square feet of campus buildings and 92 acres of land. Facilities personnel work hard to ensure a safe, clean, cost-effective and environmentally friendly atmosphere for everyone to enjoy.
The finance department includes general financial operations, Payroll, Bursar and Risk & Property Management. Broad objectives of the finance department are to generate and provide access to valid, accurate and timely financial data, reports and systems. The college’s financial systems support all areas of the college community and provide necessary information for various legal, regulatory, audit and administrative purposes.
Risk & Property Management is responsible for managing the liability, commercial property, auto, foreign travel insurance policies and claims, analyzing and providing direction in the college's various risks and losses, overseeing property sales, acquisition, tax payments and exemption status, and maintaining the Walk-To-Work program.
St. Norbert College believes that people are its greatest asset. Human Resources provides the highest quality professional services and information to all employees of the college in the areas of staff employment and development, benefits, compensation and employee relations.
Investment Management is focused on providing investment results and financing strategies that support the current and long-term educational and capital needs of the college. Returns from the endowment are used to provide financial aid and support academic programs, while capital fund investments are a resource for the improvement and maintenance of college facilities.