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The Financial Operations group supports the receipt and disbursement of funds on behalf of the University. Receipts are managed through our Accounts Receivable/Cashiers' Office and Student Receivables departments and disbursements are managed through our Accounts Payable department. Financial Operations also manages Payroll Accounting and Payroll Operations. Please visit each of our units for information, forms, procedures, and handbooks.
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Units in Financial Operations
- Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable facilitates payment to suppliers and various expense reimbursement activities for staff, faculty and non-employees.
- Accounts Receivable / Cashiers' Office
Accounts Receivable invoices third party organizations for commercial, research and sponsorship activities, plays a key role with cash controls campus wide and manages student financial accounts, including preparation of T2202A’s. The Cashier’s Office manages all deposits from the University’s retail operations as well as float distribution.
Payroll’s primary role is to provide employees with accurate payment for services on a consistent and timely basis while complying with more than 190 Federal and Provincial regulatory requirements. Payroll is also responsible for all scholarship payments to our students.
- Payroll Accounting & Financial Operations Analysis
Payroll Accounting & Financial Operations Analysis provides consultative, operational, analytical, reporting, and technical accounting support to Payroll, Accounts Payable, and Accounts Receivable.This area is responsible for facilitating accurate and timely HCM data processing to the General Ledger, benefit provider remittances, account reconciliation and analysis for all Financial Operations departments.