The Auxiliary Operations division is responsible for the revenue generating units, which serve as key contributors to the hospitality and customer service experienced on campus. Led by Dave Harr, the division includes Food Services, Hammes Notre Dame Bookstore, the Morris Inn and Notre Dame Conference Center, University Licensing, St. Michael’s Laundry, Cedar Grove Cemetery, ND Marketplace, and Concessions.
The Campus Safety division is responsible for providing a safe campus environment, and includes Notre Dame Security Police, Notre Dame Fire Department, Risk Management & Safety, Emergency Preparedness, and Game Day Operations. The division is led by Mike Seamon.
The Campus Services division is responsible for providing services used campus wide. Led by Sarah Misener, the division includes Custodial and Landscape Services, Work Control Center, Central Receiving, General Services, Mail Distribution, Recycling, Surplus, Transportation, Warehouse, International Facility Management, Continuous Improvement, and Sustainability.
Facilities Design and Operations
The Facilities Design and Operations division is responsible for planning, building, updating, and maintaining facilities and utilities. Led by Doug Marsh, the division includes Architects, Sign Shop, Construction and Quality Assurance, Maintenance, and Utilities.
The Finance Division works to further the mission of the University by providing important financial services to many constituencies, including students, faculty and staff. These services are provided through the following three main areas reporting to John Sejdinaj: Controller’s Group, Office of Budget and Planning, and Office of Treasury Services.
The Office of Human Resources is responsible for employees services, including benefits, compensation, employee relations, recruiting, employment, and training and development. The division is led by Bob McQuade.
The Office of Information Technologies is the central agency that supports enterprise-wide computing on campus. It provides the products and services that faculty, administrators, and staff use every day to complete tasks related to their studies and their jobs. The division is led by Ron Kraemer.
The University of Notre Dame Investment Office is responsible for managing the University’s financial assets in accord with policies established by the Investment Committee of the Board of Trustees. These assets include pension and working capital assets, charitable trusts, and the largest component, the Notre Dame Endowment. The Endowment supports many aspects of academic life at Notre Dame, including financial aid for students, professorships, academic programs and libraries. The division is led by Scott C. Malpass.