The Office of the Controller is responsible for coordinating and executing the receipt, procurement, disbursement, accounting, and reporting of University financial transactions.  This office maintains custody and active stewardship of University's financial resources, including cash, investment and debt management, as well as provides oversight to ensure the financial integrity of University's systems and compliance with University's policies and external regulations. 

Our team is dedicated to supporting the overall mission of the University and providing outstanding financial services to the University, faculty, staff, students, donors, alumni, sponsors, and vendors. 

The Office of the Controller consists of the following divisions: General Accounting, Procurement and Payment Services, Sponsored Programs, Tax Compliance, and Treasury Services.

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    General Accounting

    General Accounting serves as the financial gateway of all transactions for appropriate accounting, reconciliation and financial reporting as well as coordinates the enforcement of the university's fiscal policies and procedures through the financial close, reporting, and external audit processes.

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    Procurement and Payment Services

    Procurements and Payment Services supports the University in the purchase and payment of goods and services from vendors and reimbursements of expenses to employees and students.
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    Sponsored Accounting

    The Office of Sponsored Accounting is charged with managing and facilitating the administrative and financial policies and processes of the University's federal and private grant portfolio.
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    Tax Compliance

    Tax Compliance manages federal and state tax compliance and serves as a resource to the university community for tax matters and policy.
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    Treasury Services

    Treasury Services manages the University's cash, investment and debt portfolio and supports the University leadership in short-term and long-term financial planning. Treasury Services also serves as the primary lead in banking, investment, and credit agency relationships.