Division of Finance and Administration

Welcome to the Finance and Administration Division.  Our goal is to provide excellence in leadership and fiscal services in support of the Le Moyne College primary mission and the Strategic Master Plan.

The Vice President for Finance and Administration, Roger W. Stackpoole, CPA,  is committed to supporting students, faculty and staff, and all constituents of the College by providing high quality operational and administrative services.  Roger received his B.S. in Accounting from Le Moyne College in 1986. His professional background includes more than 20 years of technical, managerial, and leadership experience gained at organizations in both higher education and public accounting. He serves on the Board of Directors for both the Eastern and National Associations of College and University Business Officers. He is a driving force behind sustainability initiatives and strategic planning at Le Moyne College, applying expertise honed at Rochester Institute of Technology, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, St. Lawrence University, and Colgate University. Stackpoole is also charged with oversight of Athletics and Information Technology at Le Moyne. He supervises land use on the campus, as well as campus facilities master planning and major construction projects. Recent projects at Le Moyne include residence hall renewal, new parking and pedestrian walkways, new athletic turf field construction, retail plaza development, and construction of a new science complex.

Areas of responsibility within the division are:

  •     Strategic financial planning
  •     Budget development and control
  •     Investment management
  •     Stewardship of the College's assets
  •     Strong ethical standards in accounting principles
  •     Human Resource and Payroll administration
  •     Facilities management and master planning
  •     Campus technology infrastructure
  •     Risk management administration.

Financial Services

The Financial Services Office is responsible for policy implementation, internal controls, cash management, risk management, general ledger activity, budget implementation, financial analysis, preparation of internal and external financial reports and support for student organization and grant accounts.