The Comptroller’s Office is comprised of the Bursar/Cashier’s Office, Accounts Payable Office, Travel Office, Grants & Contracts, and the Accounting Office. The primary mission of the Comptroller’s Office is to control and safeguard all University assets by:
- Collecting all monies due the university.
- Providing financial services to the university community and its customers and constituents
- Properly accounting for all transactions and ensuring that they are reflected in the university’s financial records.
- Coordinating independent audits and reviews of university finances and operations.
- Monitoring internal controls and making recommendations for improvements
- Preparing financial statements according to the Governmental Accounting Standards Board