University of Connecticut, Vice President & Chief Financial Office Records
Scope and Content
The collections contains documents, reports, studies and correspondence pertaining to the finances of the institution from 1999 to the present. Earlier materials can be found in the Records of the VP&COO, particularly in Series VIII. A 2015 transfer documents the planning and development of Storrs Center.
- undated, 1999-2009
The collection is open and available for research.
Restrictions on Use
Permission to publish from these Papers must be obtained in writing from both the University of Connecticut Libraries and the owner(s) of the copyright.
The Vice President and Chief Financial Officer is responsible for coordinating the development of financial plans, implementing the annual budget, financial reporting, accounting and debt management.On par with Provost and Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, the VP&CFO reports to the President.
Finance and Administration separated into two departments in 1988 and reunited in 1991. The responsibilities were again separated in 2000 with the appointment of Lorraine Aronson. Records documenting the finances of the institution dated prior to 1999 can be found in the Records of the VP&COO.
Chief Clerk and Purchasing Agent, Treasurer, Comptroller
Raymond I. Longley, 1916-1943
Leonard C. Riccio, 1943-1958/9
Vice President for Finance and Administration
John M. Evans, 1960-1973
Richard J. DeHaan, 1973-1975
Harry J. Hartley1975-1978
C. Edward Hanna (acting), 1978-1979
Arthur L. Gillis, 1979-1984
Harry J. Hartley, 1984-1988
Wilbur R. Jones, 1991-1998
Vice President for Finance
Thomas R. Popplewell, (interim), 1988-1989
Wilbur R. Jones, 1989-1991
Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Lorraine Aronson, 2000-2008
Richard Gray, 2008-
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Language of Materials
The Vice President and Chief Financial Officer is responsible for coordinating the development of financial plans, implementing the annual budget, financial reporting, accounting and debt management.
The records were transferred to the Archives in late 2009. The Storrs Center materials were donated in 2015.
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- University of Connecticut, Vice President & Chief Financial Officer Records
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