Finance & Accounting
The Office of Financial, Accounting, Cashiering and Purchasing Services provides timely, accurate and meaningful financial information and advice to the university community. Choose an option below for contact information, forms and other resources.
February 2015 Financial is closed on Wednesday, March 11th, 2015.FY 2015 Year-end Cut Off Dates Facilities Management Services FY 2015 Year-end Cut Off Dates
The Office of Accounting Services offers advice to support decision making and demonstrates fiscal responsibility, accountability and regulatory compliance to the university’s employees.
Disbursement, Accounts Payable & Travel
The Office of Disbursement Services reviews claims and demands against the university and makes payment on the university’s legally incurred obligations for travel, materials and services. The office also provides accounting and reporting on stewardship of property and restricted funds.
Financial Reporting & Asset Accounting
The Office of Financial Reporting and Asset Accounting Services is responsible for various financial reporting and recording duties as well as safeguarding university equipment and capital assets.
Revenue, Receivable and Cashiering Services (RRCS)
The Office of Revenue, Receivable and Cashiering Services (RRCS) provides accurate and timely reconciliations and financial reporting for student tuition, fees and financial aid programs along with administering university cashiering and credit card processing activities.
Inter Office MailNext to the Cashier Windows in Sparks Hall, for student payments of Check, Money Order, or Cashier’s check (no envelopes needed). No Cash Please.
Online Payment Methods
Enterprise Risk Management
The Office of Enterprise Risk Management is charged with leading the facilitation of a sustainable enterprise risk management process at Georgia State University that is consistent with the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia Risk Management Policy. Enterprise Risk Management is a process-driven tool that enables senior management to visualize, assess and manage significant risks that may adversely impact the attainment of key organizational objectives.
Technology Manager – Comptroller's Office
The Technology Manager – Comptroller’s Office develops technology solutions (hardware, software and data analysis) for the departments that report to the Comptroller’s Office, coordinates audit examinations, and assists in preparation of financial statements in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.