Administration & Finance
Welcome to the website of the Administration and Finance Division of Arkansas Tech University! The Division of the Administration and Finance provides key services to help accomplish the university’s strategic plan and the university’s mission dedicated to student success, access, and excellence. The Administration and Finance team operate with service excellence and demonstrate core values of accountability, integrity, honesty, and transparency while striving to support every student, faculty and staff at Arkansas Tech University.
We promote efficiencies and effectiveness while partnering with the campus community to solve problems, create synergy, cost containment, and encourage innovation. Through this website, I am pleased to provide information that may be helpful regarding the work we do and the policies we follow.
Vice President of Administration & Finance
Bernadette Hinkle is the Vice President of Administration and Finance and Chief Fiscal Officer responsible for the leadership and management of the division. The Vice President serves on the Executive Council as the strategic adviser to the President and Executive Council on all university financial matters. The Vice President provides oversight to the departments of Administrative Services, Budget, Construction Management, Controller, Facilities Management, Human Resources, Student Accounts, Payroll, Procurement Services, and Lake Point Conference Center.
- Administrative Services
- Construction Management
- Food Services
- Human Resources
- Lake Point Conference Center
- Facilities Management
- Procurement & Risk Management Services
- Student Accounts
- Travel Services
ATU commissioned an Energy Audit in 2017-18. The audit identified 30 different energy conservations options. The projects were prioritized and in October 2018, ATU contracted with Performance Services Inc. to implement Phase I of an energy savings project. This first phase includes LED lighting retrofit of all interior and exterior lighting, building automation integration, new lab fume hood and kitchen hood retrofit plus safety projects, and a new energy leadership program. Phase I is underway and should be completed by May 2019.
Arkansas Tech University embarked on an exciting new chapter in its history with the adoption of its strategic plan in 2016. The master planning process was started shortly after the completion of the strategic plan and was influenced significantly by that and other recent planning efforts. The intention of this campus master plan was clear: to take stock of the institution and chart a path forward. The outcome is a visionary 20-year master plan with phased priorities in the near term and a catalogue of long term potential projects that form a strong framework but also allow for flexible implementation based on predicted enrollment.
The focus for the master plan was to prioritize near term needs that directly align with the academic mission, and mission support (which is critical to recruitment and retention), while identifying opportunities for longer term facilities that leave the university in a state of financial, facility, and environmental health.
Master Plan Executive Summary
Campus Master Plan Consultant Team:
Contact the Vice President of
Administration and Finance
Phone: (479) 968-0300