Inventory Control & Surplus Property

UNC Charlotte Inventory Control & Surplus Property is part of Materials Management and is located on the north side of campus (building 93).

Mission Statement:

Inventory Control & Surplus Property is designed to function as the property control focal point of University of North Carolina Charlotte.  Inventory Control & Surplus Property is committed to providing means for the accurate documentation of newly purchased items in the University's inventory control system having a value of $5,000 or greater, the deletion of declared surplus items for disposition in accordance with University and North Carolina State regulations.

Inventory Control & Surplus Property also performs the recycling of surplus electronic components as required by University and North Carolina State laws.


Cashion, John
Stock Supervisor
Phone: 704‑687‑0374
Schulte, Dan
Stock Clerk
Phone: 704‑451-2618

Fanning, Bill
Stock Clerk
Phone: 704-687-0372


Departments are expected to maintain accurate records relating to assets  belonging to and surplused from their department. Although ICSP makes every effort to keep accurate and up to date files on surplus assets, the ultimate responsibility lies with departments to have an asset record on hand, or approved paperwork verifying it was transferred to ICSP.  If faculty and staff have concerns or questions regarding proper procedures and policies, please contact John Cashion at 704-687-0374.   

Available Surplus Inventory
Every Thursday from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM is open house for faculty and staff to view and request surplus inventory for departmental use.  If you have any questions or would like to view an item contact Dan Schulte at 704-451-2618.


The Vision of Inventory Control & Surplus Property is to maintain correct and current information of University property, and to conduct annual departmental inventories of all items with a purchase price of $5, 000 and above.  All new equipment meeting the $5,000 threshold is tagged upon arrival to departments.  ICSP strives to account for, re-use, and remove equipment in the most cost-effective and efficient means possible in a manner that provides the most benefit to the University.