About F & A
The purpose of the strategic planning project, which began in Spring 2001, was to chart the course for Finance and Administration (F&A) over a five-year period. In order to chart this course, however, it was necessary for Divisional staff from all levels to gain a clear perspective of the forces driving demand for F&A services now and in the future. In turn, this perspective makes it possible to formulate goals, plans, and activities that will bring F&A closer to its mission, and thus enhance its value and contributions to the University.
Take the time to view the entire Strategic Plan and see what is in store for Florida State University in the next five years.
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The FSUCard Center is Temporarily Relocating
The FSUCard center will close its doors at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, October 10, 2014 for renovations. While contractors are busy re-structuring the center, the staff will be housed at the Bookstore. Students, faculty and staff can look forward to the same efficient and easy service the Card Center has provided in the past, just in a new location.
On January 5, 2015 the Card Center will be moving back into its old location, along with the staff from Transportation Services. Students and employees will now be able to purchase a parking pass and their FSUID from the same location.
The employees at the FSU Card Center look forward to serving you from their new location!
New Director for Parking and Transportation Services
The Division of Finance and Administration welcomes Matthew Inman as director of Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS). Boldly stepping into his new position on the first day of the Fall 2014 semester, the busiest week of the year, Inman is already seeking to make a difference.
Inman comes to FSU with over 22 years in transportation-related projects and studies across North America. He has been responsible for developing parking and transportation master plans, conducting parking supply/demand assessments, reviewing parking policies and procedures, assessing revenue control procedures, conducting parking-related technology assessments, reviewing financial performance, and developing budgets for both private and educational parking organizations.
He now brings his considerable experience to FSU and is carefully watching our bus routes and parking situations, looking to expand and enhance transportation opportunities here on campus.