The University General Accounting & Financial Reporting Office is responsible for the integrity and reliability of the University's financial records, for ensuring that the transactions entered into the University's accounting system are recorded in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and accounting policies of the University, for preparing annual financial statements and other financial reports in an accurate and timely manner, and for providing guidance to all areas of the University as it pertains to accounting and internal control functions.
The General Accounting area is responsible for financial data integrity within the University's enterprise information system, Banner.
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The Financial Reporting area is responsible for preparing the University's annual audited financial statements, cost studies, and various other reports and surveys as required by institution management, state and federal agencies, and other external parties in accordance with prescribed guidelines. This area also works with the Auditor of Public Accounts (APA) on all audit matters, oversees the University's compliance with internal controls, is responsible for due diligence efforts with respect to unclaimed property, and establishes chart elements within the Banner finance system, to include the maintenance of reporting attributes.