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Office of Business Affairs

The Office of Business Affairs provides financial services to our students and University departments.  We are responsible for producing tuition billing statements for student accounts and coordinating with the Office of Student Financial Aid so that financial aid is applied to students' accounts.  The Office of Business Affairs also manages the repayment of the Federal Perkins Loans along with the billing and collection from third-party providers and the collection of delinquent accounts.  The cashier accepts and processes student tuition and fee payments, University departmental deposits, and petty cash payments.  All student account questions are handled at the cashier's window.  The department also offers free Notary Public and check cashing services.

Offices and Services

  1. Accounts Payable

    Accounts Payable is a service unit located within the Office of Business Affairs on the second floor of Beeghly Hall. The office's responsibility is to monitor, control, and process non-salary expense transactions of the University. These transactions include processing vendor invoices for payment of goods and services that have been requisitioned, processing and auditing student organization check requests, and processing and auditing employee travel expense reimbursements.

  2. AVI

    AVI Food Systems Inc., Mount Union’s tailored food service provider, provides a variety of options to satisfy a wide array of taste palates and nutritional needs. In addition to operating the Kresge Dining Commons, B & B Café, and KHIC Café, AVI offers catering options and meals to go.


  3. Cashier's Window

    The cashier's window is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. With proper identification, personal checks may be cashed up to a limit of $50. Any checks over $50, but not exceeding $500, can be approved by the cashier to be cashed at our local bank. A $40 fee will be charged for checks that are returned from your bank for non-sufficient funds. We do not accept third-party checks.

  4. Human Resources

    Consistent with the University’s mission, vision, and values, the Office of Human Resources actively supports faculty and staff in building an inclusive culture of excellence, empowerment, innovation, and commitment.  Throughout the employment life cycle, the Office of Human Resources engages staff and faculty in the administration of University policies, staff counseling and communications, training and development, wage and salary administration, benefits administration, and retirement administration.

    Tobacco-Free Campus

    Employment Opportunities

    United Way Campaign Pledge Form

    Ethics Point

  5. Information Technology

    The Office of Information Technology (IT) offers the University an organization of individuals with technically creative talents dedicated to the highest professional standards. IT supports the University's teaching and learning mission, the pursuit of effective business practices, and the practice of collaborating and partnering with the faculty, staff, and students of the University of Mount Union in applying information technology to achieve their goals. The IT staff is committed to the stewardship of the campus's information technology resources and to foster an environment where accountability, communication, and support are paramount across all aspects of their involvement with the campus community.

    Information Technology Forms

    University Policies

  6. Payroll

    The University of Mount Union Office of Payroll is a dedicated team of professionals committed to paying University employees on time and accurately, providing University employees with excellence in customer service, and supporting the University's efforts to achieve its mission. We will always support the University as it works to achieve its mission. We will provide leadership with respect to our professionalism and knowledge of payroll practices, making sure that the University stays in compliance with payroll and taxation issues. We will be receptive and responsive to the needs of employees and departments.

  7. Physical Plant

    Physical Plant is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the campus including water, plumbing, heating, electricity, grounds, snow removal, vehicle usage, vehicle registration, keys, and cleaning of all areas.

    Fleet Vehicle Policy

    Driver Application Form

    Guidelines for Commercial Drivers

    Vehicle Accident Report Form

    Vehicle Mileage Report Form

    Vehicle Request Form

  8. Print Shop

    The Print Shop, operated by Document Concepts Inc. and located in the basement of Beeghly Hall, offers full-service color and black and white capabilities.  

  9. Purchasing and Risk Management

    Reporting to the University Controller, the Office of Purchasing and Risk Management administers the University’s risk management program while also directing the selection and procurement of fixed assets, materials, and services for the University. The department works with University departments to assist in identifying risks and developing an appropriate response to those risks, as well as overseeing the University’s purchasing program, including purchase orders and purchasing card system.

  10. Student Accounts

    The primary function of the Office of Students Accounts is to issue bills, receive payments, and provide information to help understand all aspects of the student account. We work closely with the Office of Student Financial Aid to ensure that all financial funds are disbursed timely to the student account.


  11. University Store

    The University Store at Mount Union is located in the Hoover-Price Campus Center Building on Simpson Street. The store carries a variety of merchandise in addition to student books and supplies, including adult and children's clothing, gift items, Greek merchandise, hats and more.

    Students may charge textbooks, supplies, and clothing on their Purple Plus card if previously arranged. The University Store also accepts Visa, MasterCard and Discover.