A new consolidated University Policy Library website (policy.wfu.edu) has been launched to make Wake Forest administrative policies more accessible to the campus community. All administrative policies and supporting documents from departments within Finance & Administration – which includes Budget & Financial Planning, Environmental Health & Safety, Facilities & Campus Services, Financial Services, Hospitality & Auxiliary Services, Human Resources and Information Systems – can be viewed on this website, as well as on each corresponding departmental webpage.
These administrative policies provide guidance for the everyday activities of the campus community, clarify the University’s expectations of its individual members, reduce institutional risk, increase efficiency and support the University’s compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations.
Filters are available to refine your search and if you are unsure of the document name, use the A – Z Index feature to view based on keywords.
Additional policy content will be added over time.
Muchane, who currently serves as CIO and Executive Director of Information Technology (IT) Services at Davidson College in Davidson, N.C., is known for his creative leadership in exploring opportunities for managing campus needs through advances in technology.
In addition to improving transparency, service levels and responsiveness in IT Services, Muchane re-shaped the IT landscape at Davidson and expanded the sense of what to expect from this field. He led the effort to upgrade the campus to a fiber optic network, providing the capacity and performance necessary to meet Davidson’s rapidly growing needs of voice, video, data, high-end research and collaboration. He also helped forge Davidson’s partnership with edX — joining universities such as Harvard, University of Chicago, MIT and Georgetown — to produce a series of online courses and high school Advanced Placement online modules.
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At the invitation of the Faculty Senate, Hof Milam will present his annual address to the University on April 23 from 4 to 5 p.m. in Pugh Auditorium, Benson University Center. Milam, senior vice president for administration and finance, will speak on the University’s budget for next year, as well as the financial challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
Staff, faculty and students are invited to the presentation.
Please join Provost Rogan Kersh and senior vice president for Finance and Administration Hof Milam for Campus Connections, an opportunity for non-faculty staff to learn about, discuss and provide input about issues at Wake Forest. The event will be Thursday, Feb. 21, from 8:45-10 a.m. in Benson 401, and it will feature a light breakfast.
This month’s Campus Connections will feature Kersh, who will discuss Generation Y (ages 11 to 29), contrasting them with the Gen X, Baby Boomer and Greatest Generation groups, as well as exploring their readiness to be leaders.
Two of Wake Forest University’s senior administrators, Rogan Kersh and Hof Milam, will speak on the University’s Strategic Resource Initiative (SRI) at the Jan. 22 meeting of the Staff Advisory Council. Kersh serves as the University’s provost, Milam as senior vice president of finance and administration.
The meeting will be held from 9:30-11 a.m. at the Worrell Professional Center in the Law Auditorium (Room 1312). It is open to Wake Forest staff.
At about 10:15 a.m., Kersh and Milam will report on the SRI, on which they have provided occasional updates by email to faculty and staff. The most recent message was distributed Jan. 7. They are leading the steering committee for the initiative, which was established by President Nathan O. Hatch last year. Hatch announced at the time that the SRI will focus on assessing opportunities to capture funds through greater efficiency, collaboration and practical solutions.