The Division of Research & Innovation, Research Foundation, and Tower Foundation have jointly published guidelines for cash payments to research subjects. While cash payments cannot be drawn or reimbursed from state funds, they can be made from competitive and non-competitive awards from federal or private sources, philanthropic grants and awards, and donations managed by the Research Foundation and Tower Foundation. Please reference the guidelines for the scope, process, and contact information.
This guide can be found on the Hub under Tools and Resources in Faculty Toolkit and Budget & Finance.
Join ABSO in April for an opportunity to learn the basics of budget management. This workshop series offers an overview of the commonly used fund types, expense tracking, and reconciliation. Come and learn how to track all of your financial details on one spreadsheet! This workshop series will take place virtually over three days – April 14, 21, and 28 between 10 – 11 am.
All department admins new to Academic Affairs or interested in getting a refresher are encouraged to attend. Please register before 04/14/2023 using the link provided below.
This message is for all departments that make deposits at Window 1, in the Bursar’s Office.
Please note that all revenue deposits (cash/checks) collected or received by the department need to be deposited into a revenue account when making deposits at Window 1, in the Bursar’s Office. Deposits posted to non-revenue accounts, such as supplies or salary accounts, create abnormal fund balances for Accounting Services. When this happens, the departments will be asked to reclassify the funds into the appropriate revenue account by filling out an Accounting Journal Upload Template (include a Data Warehouse report as backup documentation), and emailing the template to firstname.lastname@example.org, with “JE-OTHER: Accounting Upload Template” in the subject line.
To ensure that department deposits are done correctly from the beginning, please use one of the two revenue accounts listed below when filling out the Department Deposit cover page:
580020 – Sales & Serv Educ Activities (use when providing educational activities)
580090 – Revenue Others
If you have questions please contact our office or reach out to Accounting Services.
Academic department schedulers, please mark your calendars – Academic Scheduling has open labs via Zoom to answer fall 2023 schedule building questions.
Round 1 cycle – Feb. 20 – Mar. 1, 2023
- Feb. 22, 2023, 2pm-3pm
- Feb. 24, 2023, 11am-12pm
- Feb. 28, 2023, 2pm-3pm
Round 1.5 cycle – Mar. 8 – Mar. 16, 2023
- Mar. 10, 2023, 11am-12pm
- Mar. 14, 2023, 2pm-3pm
To attend any of these open labs, please email email@example.com with the specific date(s) and you will receive an invitation.
For the complete fall 2023 production dates, please check with your college’s Academic Scheduling Users Group (ASUG) representative for college dates and deadlines.
The Database and Assigned Time System are both back up.
As a reminder for technical issues, please contact IR directly at, firstname.lastname@example.org.
For other questions and concerns, please contact email@example.com