About Us

Financial Services, as a division of Administration and Finance, provides centralized accounting and budgeting services for the university and its financial affiliates, including its foundations and related entities. The service units in Financial Services are the Controller’s Office, Systems Coordination, Foundations, Enterprise Risk Management and Accounts Receivable. Please use the links below to find contact information for each of our individual units, the Financial Services main line is 252-737-1133, emails can be sent to financialservices@ecu.edu.

Vincent Falvo, MBA, CPA
Associate Vice Chancellor for Financial Services

Controller’s Office

The Controller’s Office provides centralized support and oversight for accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, business process management, financial reporting, payroll, travel and other business payments and reimbursements.

Systems Coordination

Systems Coordination provides end user support for Ellucian Banner Finance modules, addresses financial reporting needs for the University, and participates in university wide technology initiatives. The office also coordinates with other Banner modules and systems to maximize functionality. The Office also manages security for Banner financial systems and has a leadership role in data governance for the university.


Foundations financial services is responsible for proper financial reporting and management for each of the 3 foundations associated with ECU (including their affiliates and subsidiaries), as well as for the ECU Alumni Association. As each entity is its own nonprofit corporation, all financial reporting is performed in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America (GAAP). These entities provide services and resources to students, student athletes, faculty, staff, alumni, donors, and other “friends” of the University.

Enterprise Risk Management

Our mission is to provide leadership and management experience to better identify and manage the university’s strategic, financial, operational, regulatory compliance, and reputational risks holistically as an enterprise.

Accounts Receivable

The Accounts Receivable area is responsible for Non-Student and Non-Patient accounts, including, but not limited to, individuals, external organizations, businesses/vendors, and other state agencies. It is our intent to assist departments in developing policies and procedures for collection of accounts receivable that are consistent with statewide policies and procedures adopted by the State Controller. This area is also responsible for the quarterly and year-end reporting of University accounts receivable collections efforts as required by the Office of State Controller.