July 23, 2020
The UNC System Board of Governors on Thursday affirmed its policy that tuition and fees charged at state universities will not be adjusted should schools now planning to resume on-campus classes in a few weeks...Read More
July 23, 2020
The president of the UNC System could have stronger input into the selection of chancellors of the state’s universities if the system Board of Governors approves a policy on chancellor searches presented Wednesday by incoming...Read More
Jonathan Pruitt, vice chancellor for finance and operations, is leaving Carolina after two and a half years to return to the UNC System as chief operating officer, effective Aug. 1.
Pruitt joined the University in January 2018, he worked for the system for 11 years, including as senior vice president and chief financial officer.
At Carolina, Pruitt led campuswide financial planning and budgeting; treasury and risk management; facilities planning, construction and operations; real estate development; purchasing; public safety; campus enterprises; environment health and safety; and energy services.
Pruitt developed a new University budgeting process to improve financial transparency and decision-making. He was a member of the chancellor’s leadership team during one of UNC’s most challenging times, the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Information about the search to identify Pruitt’s successor is expected to be available soon.