February 2023

1. Unclaimed Deposits
2. Finance Office – New Locations
3. Auxiliary Services News
4. Purchasing News

The Controller’s Office periodically receives checks and electronic deposits that go unidentified. A reminder that if you are expecting an electronic deposit you can complete a deposit transmittal noting a Deposit Type of “Electronic Funds Transfer”. This will route to Nate Seng, Treasury Analyst, as an expectation of receipt. He will approve once it comes in. Please check with Nate if you were expecting revenue that you have not received as we have some unclaimed items.

The Controller’s Office, including Accounts Payable and Payroll, has moved out of 291 Main Street and is in the process of moving to 55 High. Since 55 High is not quite ready, we are working mostly remote throughout the month of February. However, the Payroll Office will be in person to facilitate employment eligibility in the Usdan University Center. Members of the Payroll team can be found in the Usdan/Auxiliary Service Administration suite, Room 132.

Auxiliary Services Staff Changes: On January 13th we bid a fond farewell to Rachel Prehodka-Spindel, Associate Director for Auxiliary Service Operations when she left for a new adventure at Smith College. We wish her lots of success! We are very excited to announce that Kyle Beaudette, Assistant Director for Aux. Service Operations has been promoted to the Associate Director role effective February 1st! The operations team continues to fill vacant positions and are very happy to announce that Anthony Frosolone, currently a member of the Campus Store team, will be transitioning to the Coordinator of Aux. Service operations in mid-February. Lastly, Frank Marsilli of Davenport and Usdan fame, retired since March 2019, has temporarily joined the Aux. Services team while we fill our remaining vacancies. Please stop by and visit an old friend!

We are also thrilled to announce that the Reservations & Conference Team has hired a new Assistant Director, MaKail Crawford, who will be starting in February. Many may remember MaKail as a student. He graduated in 2020 and has been with Americorps in Boston.

WesStation news: beginning in February, WesSation will expand their services for lost packages and mail forwarding through ServiceNow. A link will appear in your WesPortal with specific instructions on how to submit a ticket if you have mail forwarding needs or need to report a lost package. Links will also be available on their ServiceNow page directing students who need repairs made to their campus mailboxes. If you have any questions while we transfer to this new suystem, please email packages@wesleyan.edu

Please see attached Purchasing News for information on WB Mason, Adorama, and rental cars.