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Accounting & Financial Reporting

University Accounting & Financial Reporting

The accounting office supports general ledger, property accounting, and financial reporting needs of university and system office units. This includes monitoring the integrity of property and general ledger system data, helping units address accounting transactional and operational needs, and issuing annual audited financial statements. It is comprised of the following sections:

University Accounting Services (UAS) supports the accounting and business functions related to activity recorded in state, institutional, self-supporting, gift, endowment income, practice plan, loan, and agency (including student organization) funds. Its primary responsibilities include Banner CFOAPAL and attribute maintenance, assisting units with accounting questions and issues, data control functions, reconciliation of diverse transactions and general ledger balances, analytical reviews, and fulfillment of various internal and external reporting requirements. 

Equipment Management provides personalized support for unit accounting needs related to capital assets. It supports the accounting and business functions related to activity recorded in the plant funds.  It also supports units' efforts to administer records associated with the acquisition, usage, and disposal of equipment that are held in their custody.

Administrative Accounting & Financial Reporting supports accounting functions for investments, debt, and unclaimed property. It also prepares system-wide, University Hospital, and other bondholder financial reports, along with administering the budgeting operations for system units.

Education & Information Services provides personalized support for unit accounting needs through help desk services, training sessions, and ad-hoc report generation. It provides this support by verifying monthly reports, testing systems, conducting training in Finance, General Ledger, and Property Accounting, maintaining the UAFR and Equipment Management websites, generating new EDDIE reports, and maintaining security to accounting data.

For more information about UAFR Unit Structure, please see the University Accounting & Financial Reporting Org Chart.

Last Updated: May 24, 2019

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