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Starbucks and the Food Court in the University Center re-opened Monday following completion of floor tile installation on the south end of the building. Members of the campus community should also be aware of the following information related to on-campus dining this summer.
Parking Services will be re-striping several parking lots in the upcoming weeks, beginning Thursday with I-Lot. Re-striping will require drivers to use alternate lots per the following schedule.
Please contact Parking Services at 970-351-1971 if you have any questions.
The University of Northern Colorado's Little Theatre of the will present the popular comedy Escanaba in da Moonlight beginning Thursday, June 27.
Written by Jeff Daniels and directed by LTR artistic director David Grapes, Escanaba in da Moonlight plays June 27-29, July 13 and July 24-26 at 7:30 p.m.; and June 30 and July 14 at 2 p.m. in the Norton Theatre in Gray Hall.
A funny take on family competition and the culture unique to the upper peninsula of Michigan, Escanaba in da Moonlight, follows the Soady family as they prepare for opening day of deer season, revealing hysterical moments of "too much information" and wacky methods of trying to bag a buck.
The play features guest artists Jason Clark, John Jankow and Noel Johnston.
The rest of the series' performances are:
For performance synopses, casts and ticket information, visit the LTR website.
In 2003, Senate Bill 03-197 moved the end-of-the-month payday for state employees for June to the first working day in July. Alert 198 from the state controller's office has moved the payday for employees paid semi-monthly back to the last business day of June.
If you have semi-monthly employees, please make them aware of this payday change.
If you have questions, please contact Payroll at 351-2700.
UNC's McNair Scholars will present the results of their recently conducted research projects during the McNair Research Colloquium from 9 a.m.-noon Thursday, June 27, in Butler-Hancock 0193. Faculty, staff and students are invited to stop by as schedules permit to support the scholars:You don't need to attend the entire colloquium Refreshments will be provided.
As the end of the fiscal year approaches, the volume of payments and reimbursements increases and there may be cases when payments will take a few extra days for processing either because of additional monitoring for year-end expenses or due to an increased volume of transactions.
To help avoid unnecessary delays, please review your payment requests and reimbursements, making sure all documentation, signatures and special approvals are attached before routing/sending to Accounts Payable.
Payments made by check request, purchase order or travel reimbursement for goods, services or travel received or completed by June 30 are due in Accounts Payable by noon on Friday, July 5.
Please be sure that items, services or travel to be paid have been received or completed on or before June 30 when submitting any payment requests for fiscal year 2012-13.
Since DPO's are no longer used, please use the rubber stamp "received by" in the description part of the check request or PO invoice when you are submitting payments through Xtender. If you are not using Xtender, you will need to write "received by, your name and the date the merchandise was received and send to AP.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact Terri Thomas at 351-1836 or Cristal Swain at 351-2472.
Friday, July 5, is the deadline for submitting check request, purchase order or travel reimbursement payments to Accounts Payable for fiscal year 2012-13 for goods, services and travel received by June 30. Please be sure that items, services or travel to be paid have been received or completed on or before June 30 when submitting any payment requests for fiscal year 2012-13.
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