Comptroller's Office

The Office of the Comptroller, headed by the Comptroller, is responsible for monitoring, recording and reporting the university's financial activity in accordance with university policy and procedures, external audit requirements, generally accepted accounting principles, and governmental rules and regulations.

The Office of the Comptroller directs the university's financial services to include Financial Accounting, Accounts Payable, Payroll Operations and Post-Award Grant Accounting and Student Accounts.

The Office of the Comptroller is also responsible for oversight of the Budget & Planning Committee, cash and investment management of university funds, long-term debt management, and endowment management. In addition, the office issues routine financial reports for curators and external constituents and publishes annual audited financial statements.

Annual Financial Reports

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