The mission of Finance & Administration is to provide services that support and enhance the University’s ability to achieve its mission. This is accomplished by providing fiscal leadership, safeguarding university assets (both financial and physical) and providing a safe, attractive and comfortable physical environment. These services are delivered in a timely and efficient fashion to both internal and external customers.
Oregon University System Financial Concerns Hotline: For reporting fiscal concerns or irregularities.
If you wish to report suspected fiscal irregularities to someone internally to EOU, please use the following contact information:
Acting Vice President for Finance & Administration
Eastern Oregon University
One University Blvd La Grande, OR 97850
Ethics and Conflict of Interest Policies:
ORS Chapter 244, which codifies ethics and conflict of interest policies that university officials are required to follow as they conduct business: Oregon Government Ethics Law
EOU & OUS Information Security Policies:
The EOU and OUS information security policies that sets forth your responsibilities relating to security of electronic information systems and confidentiality of data: EOU IT Policies
State Laws, Rules, Higher Education Board and OUS Policies:
A comprehensive list of state laws and rules as well as state board and OUS policies that guide our operations: OUS Policies & Procedures
EOU Background Check Policy:
Eastern Oregon University has implemented a criminal background check policy for all new employees. This policy has been approved by the university cabinet and a link to this policy will be provided soon.
News & Announcements:
Child Care Task Force:
A child care task force has been created and has started researching child care opportunities for EOU students. A Child Care Website has been constructed where full details are available.
Capital Projects at EOU:
A series of major construction projects are underway on the Eastern Oregon University campus beginning summer 2011 and concluding in 2013. The majority of these upgrades are being funded as capital construction approved by the Oregon Legislature, benefiting EOU and the region it serves. For more information, view the Capital Projects page.