The mission of the Controller's Office is to provide timely and accurate employment, accounting and business services to the campus community in a proactive and courteous manner. In addition to its role in accounting and institutional financial management, the Controller's Office handles accounts payable, accounts receivable, grants and cash management, payroll, employment and student accounting service functions.
Financial Reporting Services maintains and provides financial information for the University, including monthly management reporting (Self Service Budget Selection) and maintenance of the University's General Ledger.
The Payroll Department provides a number of services to the campus community, including UltraTime and web-time entry, payroll processing and all payroll-related taxation. The Payroll department is responsible for adhering to federal guidelines for paying international citizens for work performed.
The primary mission of Payable Accounting is to ensure that vendors, staff, University departments and others are paid timely and accurately, and in accordance with applicable laws, regulations and University requirements.
The Grant Accounting Services is primarily responsible for establishing an effective contract and grant management system to monitor compliance with fiscal and reporting requirements as established by Federal and State law, agency regulations, University policies, procedures and generally accepted accounting principles for all sponsored projects and grants awarded to Saginaw Valley State University.
Contact Sponsored Programs for additional information on the development of proposals for research, academic support for internal and external funding and with the administration of public /private grants and sponsored project agreements.
Campus Financial Services Center (CFSC) can accept tuition & other payments, assist you throughout the financial aid process, answer questions on student account charges, refunds and more.