Bamberger Hall

Originally built in 1967 for administrative offices during the presidency of W. Fred Arbogast (1963 to 1968), Bamberger was named to recognize the contributions from the Ruth E. and John E. Bamberger Memorial Foundation.Renovated in 2002, Bamberger Hall is still home to the many campus administrative offices including Human Resources, Institutional Advancement, Accounting, Financial Aid and the President's Office.

ADA Compliancy

Accessible entrances: west
Automatic doors: 1, westBamberger
Elevator(s)/Lift(s): 1 (small)

Departments

Accounts Payable
Cashier
    -Parking permits
    -Tuition payments

Executive Vice President
Financial Aid
Human Resources
Institutional Advancement

Payroll
Plant Operations
President’s Office
Provost


Registrar’s Office
Student Account Services

 

 

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